This hilarious '12 Things You Don't Want to Hear in Surgery' infographic takes a look at the unfortunate things you just don't ever want your doctor or surgeon to say -- especially when under the knife.
Whether it's "Hand me that... thingie" or "oops...," you know that the procedure just isn't going as well as either of you would have hoped. Taking it a step further, the graph shows some more malicious things that you definitely hope your doctor won't say during the procedure like "Is the patient a Republican or Democrat?" and "Accept this sacrifice, O Lord of Great Darkness."
Luckily the satirical graph is of course a comedy, and doesn't depict actual sayings of surgeons, so don't worry if you've got an upcoming procedure.
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