Once upon a time the Internet was viewed as having great potential for great minds to collaborate upon great research.
Then Tim Berner-Lee created HTML and let all us yahoos have the web, and we started doing everything from kvetching about car troubles (verdict: timing, needs new belt and camshaft sensor, $500-600 range) to shopping for Overstocked (can you say Overrated?) goods to using surgical tools and Karo syrup bottles in ways in which they never were intended.
I wouldn’t know about this last bit if it weren’t for a certain unnamed middle sister with a penchant for forwarding the absurd, for which I thank her because as I clicked through Peep Surgery I laughed so hard I cried. Join the heroic Dr. Jim as he tries to separate these conjoined quintuplets and then repair the glycodermis. Be sure to check out the six phases of surgery, so you too can learn about Peep CPR.
It is a patent waste of time and I wish I’d thought of it.
This post originally appeared on ourMidland.com, the online home of the Midland (MI) Daily News. Republished with permission.