By Champignon - Belgium - Brasschaat
  Today, during dinner, my mom told my dad and me in great detail about the "awesome" new cosmetic surgery idea she just had: constructing earlobes for lobeless ears, using skin taken from women's labia. I was forced to sit through this until I finished my plate. FML
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  DocBastard  |  38

Because it has nothing to do with Halloween whatsoever.

When you get thumbed down, you have two choices: 1) accept it and move on, or 2) find all the people who thumbed you down and kill them. #2 can be tricky, so I'd advise you to go with #1.

  Jjimen1654  |  9

Yea 2 is right why take the labia which is attached and you have to wait for it to grow to take off extra. Any smart person would use the already readily available foreskin taken from circumcisions.

  Enslaved  |  36

You never know. If I was a burn victim or war veteran-- missing my ears, I would like the option to decide if I would be willing to have that procedure done.

There are a great number of women that are having labiaplasty surgeries. I guess due to a rise in porn, some women feel they need to have that pornstar look in order to feel sexy.

I think those are the women that would supply the "lobes". Waste not want not. :P

  perdix  |  29

#3, wouldn't you like the feeling of permanently streaking?

I guess that was a short-lived fad in the 70's, but Ray Stevens immortalized the craft.

  SaturnV  |  25

"Waste not want not" indeed, but unfortunately, the scenario of labiaplasty patients as skin graft donors might not be entirely practical (assuming the mom's idea would even work). Allogenic (meaning the donor is another person) skin grafts usually trigger an immune response from the host, thus making them highly susceptible to rejection. An autograft (skin taken from a healthy site on the patient's own body) would be a better long-term solution, but does not allow the patient to retain her intact labia AND have grafted ear lobes.

By  ViviMage  |  38

Hairy earlobes?! No thanks.