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Don't grow mushrooms in your blood

 
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https://www.insider.com/man-injected-with-mushrooms-grew-in-blood-caused-organ-failure-2021-1

But it's kinda cool that they grew, right? Terrible, terrible....but also FASCINATING
 
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Cool and scary.

I'm honestly amazed at the number of adults out there who believe ingestion and injection create similar results. Must give him props for trying to find an alternative but definitely needs guidance.
 
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Melonie Corder wrote:Cool and scary.

I'm honestly amazed at the number of adults out there who believe ingestion and injection create similar results. Must give him props for trying to find an alternative but definitely needs guidance.



Is it that many people?! I kept saying to myself "BUT WHY DID HE INJECT IT?" without answer, but I suppose maybe people think that if ingesting is good, injection must be better?
 
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Note, the mushroom spores evidently survived boiling and filtering to grow in an entirely foreign environment...

That there is  some bad ass fungus.
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