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Weyland-Yutani patents handy facehugger removal device

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The worst thing about summertime in Austin is the facehuggers. They’re more than just a nuisance; if you’re allergic to alien embryos, like I am, they can actually be quite dangerous. Plus there’s that whole chestbursting thing–inconvenient, embarrassing, and uncomfortable to say the least. I’ve gotten pretty good at removing them using the old two-sporks-and-a-defibrillator trick, but it’s terribly slow and, no matter how careful I am, I always seem to end up burning myself with molecular acid and having to stick those little bits of toilet paper to my face. Fortunately, thanks to space medic Ronald Renne, now there’s a better way. [via Gizmodo]

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4 thoughts on “Weyland-Yutani patents handy facehugger removal device

  1. Ridiculous! Everyone knows you have to take care of the tail first or it’ll strangle you while you tamper with the leggy bits.

  2. not good made… the printed ink on “the paper”, dont follow the natural old crumpled papers folds.. noob.

    would have been better if is was printed on a paper and then crumpled..

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