It’s the start of the Holiday season, and dessert is on most people’s minds….so Dr. Pimple Popper decided to grace us with a different style of chocolate pudding that really takes the cake.
“This pop was feeling a little gray, so it stopped by to say hi!” Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the video.
But, it is clear from the beginning, the good doctor knows a “chocolate pudding” is about to fire out of this thing so she calls it out right away.
After Dr. Pimple Popper is able to slice into this person’s body and prepare for this massive cyst’s release, a grey matter starts to leak out of the opening.
One person even compared it to a Wendy’s frosty. If you haven’t had one, go get one asap! We just suggest you wait a few hours after watching this video.
“looking like a chocolate frosty from Wendy’s,” one fan of the show commented.
In the video, Dr. Lee says this thing started out as a Vanilla cyst, but as you can see it turns dark very quickly…
Fans of the show all agree this pudding is of the chocolate variety, “Is like chocolate omg” one person said.
Interestingly, a discussion started about how in the world a substance like this could even be created in the human body.
“I need patient histories. What have you been eating for the past 20 years? What medications are you on? When were you last injected with cement? Normal questions you know?” a concerned fan asked.
Bottom line…we have to agree with this thought, “I bet that stinks something awful! this is honestly the worst/best one.”
Ladies and Gentlemen…This is a skin tag cherub!
Dr. Pimple Popper is reminding us today that not all zits and cysts are poppable. Our skin also grows what is commonly referred to as a skin tag.
“Some skin tags aka acrochordon, can grow to a pretty large size. This was attached by a very small stalk and is easily and quickly removed,” Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the video of this monster tag.
Like any cutting on the skin, the good doctor starts with numbing the area. A few fans didn’t like all the working being done for prep.
“The way she numbs people drives me crazy! So many needle pokes. The providers I work with never have to stick people that many times and don’t have a problem getting the area completely numb,” one fan posted.
Either way, it’s numb now let’s cut this baby off!
The popaholics are just as pumped about a skin tag as they are with massive zit pops.
“My sweet sweet skin tag…. yessssss grow… grow my precious… I love you,” an adoring fan posted.
But, the discussion is clear, if you have a skin tag that is growing, get it removed!
“If that was growing on me I would have taken care of it myself a long time ago,” one fan said.
Another pointed out, I’m always interested in knowing why folks don’t have benign skin tags removed when they’re small. One’s leg is almost in constant motion, wouldn’t that bother them?”