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Operation Shock

Steady youself... ZZzzzzaaaapp
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I like the game Operation, it's fun, but I don't like the noise, so why not, instead of it giving off that noise, it gives you an electric shock. You never know, you could find new ways to cheat at it, like trying to disguise if you've got a shock, then again, you might have some people who get some weird high from having an electric shock, so they might quite popular amongs the type of people who use cattle prods regularly (no, not on cattle...) Wouldn't be a clever idea to play if you have synthetic limbs, or electronic widgets inside you.
froglet, Feb 15 2005

Shock + First-Person-Shooter http://www.we-make-...archives/005249.php
[jutta, Jul 14 2005]

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       i loved the song that went with the commercial for Operation - something about 'Your'e the doctor, the doctor in control.' damn it i forget.
benfrost, Feb 16 2005
  

       "Operation! You're the doctor, collecting all your pay!" etc. Well, that's another line of it.
phundug, Feb 16 2005
  

       ahh yes, id love to find the rest of that song.
benfrost, Feb 16 2005
  

       I can't help you, but I do know all the words to "Pop-o-matic Trouble."
robinism, Feb 20 2005
  

       Malpractice suit game for pretending not to be shocked?   

       The successor game to "Operation"...."Class Action".
normzone, Feb 20 2005
  

       When I was 3 years of age, my older siblings would play this game and try to get me to play, but at that time I believed it would actually give me an electric shock. This was the impression I got from the commercial on the television, for whatever reason.
Size_Mick, Mar 04 2019
  

       [Size_Mick], I'm guessing you got here by searching the site for "Pop-O-Matic", because that's how I got here after seeing your related idea. Also, you registered a really long time ago for someone I don't know if I've ever seen before.
notexactly, Mar 07 2019
  
      
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