Dr. Pimple Popper tackles a new cyst that doesn’t look like much from on top of the skin, but when it finally pops it is massive.
“They say not to stick your neck into people’s business… you never know what you may find,” Dr. Sandra Lee captioned the new Instagram video.
As you can see…it doesn’t look like much, but when she gets to the core of this bad boy it looks like a huge batch of movie popcorn!
“No one ever said anything about sticking your business in people’s necks though,” one fan pointed out to the good doctor. Good point.
As most popaholics like to do…a few compared it to what food it resembles. “Looked like a piece of popcorn at first,” someone said.
“It’s like a mushy garlic clove,” another commented.
One very vigilant fan even said it looks like a “chewed up strawberry bubble gum.” Ok, we almost just lost lunch.
Now, this question has come up before…and in this clip, the same conversation has started…
“Ok, is this like, a twin?” a person commented on the video. “Because I’m still waiting for the one where I see you take a twin out,” they added.
Let’s be honest, we are not sure, but Dr. PP knows what she is doing and if she thought it was more than just a nice big zit she would say something. “Wow! I didn’t expect it to be so huge That was bigger than I thought it would be.”
One fan put it this way, “I just love your show, and those pimples are priceless, especially the lipomas, they’re so squeezable.”
Dr. Pimple Popper takes on not one, not two, but dozens of cysts on this one and it is a ton to handle.
In the video, you see the patient actually stays awake for the entire session, and we get to see her get through FOUR of them.
The best part is when the patient calls of them a little stinker, the fans went nuts! “Go on you little stinker! Love this one,” one fan said.
The video is nuts…
Many people are asking how does it ever get to this point. “How many?” one fan asked.” Another added, “Why does he have so many?”
Most fell bad for this gentleman based on the volume he has on his abdomen. “Poor fella, he was covered,” a popaholic commented.
So how does this happen? Others are asking the same question… “How does someone get so many? Are certain people more susceptible?” someone asked. Another added, “Did he get these from injury? I heard that lipomas can be caused by blunt force.”