#81 – Lick


29 thoughts on “#81 – Lick”

  1. Chryssta says:

    Uhm, Biff? You don’t gotta lick the paper box to close it…

  2. Warcrime says:

    And this is what happens when you buy self adhesive envelopes.

  3. colin says:

    and strangely enough… iv’e done that

  4. Nick says:

    He didn’t realize his tounge was stuck until he put the envelope in the box? Jeez….

  5. Malachite Dragon says:

    Thats because his recoil unit is still broken =D

  6. The Hebrew Hammer says:

    Deaf people can’t hear. Blind people can’t see. But what do they call it when you can’t feel pain…I know it’s a real medical disorder…I think Biff has it.

  7. Krutonman says:

    its called CIPA (congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis)
    there was an episode of House about it recently

  8. 66point6 says:

    *squeals* EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeee!

  9. Malachite Dragon says:

    I’m deaf, actually. =D I wear a cochlear implant. Google it, too much info to type up here.

  10. Darkpheonix XIII says:

    ……ummm, yeah, alot of people would find that long of a toungue usefule…

  11. DemonRex says:

    Seems like people with CIPA would do well in law enforcement or military… It would suck to have it though. You wouldn’t realize you had your hand on a hot plate unless someone told you so.

  12. Vincent says:

    Or that you had just stuck your hand in the meatgrinder….

  13. Andra says:

    Trust me, once you smell the burning meat without cooking anything you know it. Oo

  14. Vickster says:

    almost all people with CIPA die before theyre 25, and a large number dont make it past 3. It’s kinda unlikely Biff has it.

  15. Chester says:

    Uhm… yeah?
    He’s been cut in half by paper. I dont think Death is of any great importance to him.

  16. K says:

    It’s also possible to not really be aware of pain even without CIPA. I should know; I live in a state of chronic pain that I’ve adapted to by literally tuning out anything below a certain threshold. I’ll have people tell me I’m bleeding, and have to wonder when *that* happened, or get up at night to take some painkillers just because I can’t get to sleep because something’s hurting but it’s too ‘low’ to be consciously aware of the pain. It’s survivable, but not very fun sometimes.

  17. ~SyM~ says:

    Yeah, when Biff gets hurt he just looks kinda frustrated.

  18. Shiyiya says:

    Biff always looks frustrated. I don’t tihnk he has any other expression.

  19. unknowledge says:

    I think I have CIPA… the other day I was walking around barefoot and stepped on a piece of glass that sliced clean through my foot. I didn’t notice until someone pointed it out to me. I had an “oh really?” kind of reaction then pulled it out and went about my day.

  20. Moriarty Matherson says:

    Malachite Dragon Says:

    April 29th, 2007 at 7:08 pm
    I’m deaf, actually. =D I wear a cochlear implant. Google it, too much info to type up here.

    *looks pointedly at you*
    Cochlear is derived from the latin word for spoon…

    for example. Te odeo, interfice te cochleare.
    Translation: I hate you, go kill yourself with a spoon =P

  21. Creep says:

    I can think of worse things to do with a spoon.

  22. Deteramot says:

    If he has CIPA, He would probably be dead. But, I think it’s unlikely. More likely, he gets hurt so much on a daily basis that he just doesn’t notice when he’s in pain.

  23. Psymon says:

    Moriarty Matherson Says: Cochlear is derived from the Latin word for spoon…

    I had heard Cochlea was the Latin word for snail. Cochlear is a grammatically logical form of the same word.

  24. Deteramot says:

    A cochlear implant is a special type of hearing aid, usually used on small children who have never developed hearing, because it hear differently than the normal human ear. Obviously, they implant something into your head, then they put in a sort of hearing aid thing, which picks up and translates sounds. It’s a very cool piece of science.

  25. @Deteramot: You’re exactly right. Except I was a special case- I had already developed hearing, since they implanted it into the cochlea of my right ear at the age of 5 after I lost 100% of my natural hearing in both ears to spinal meningitus. Other then that, you’re spot on. And it works perfectly well for me-other then asking you to repeat yourself here and there you can carry on a conversation with me just fine. :3

  26. (and I’m 19 now if anyone cares.)

  27. corey says:

    gene simmons must have tongue envy

  28. mic says:

    strong adhesives seem to be the end of Biff

  29. Gug says:

    Why is the mailbox in the middle of the sidewalk?

    Also, this is simply wonderful.

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