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Operating Room Souvenir Tablecloth   (+17, -9)  [vote for, against]
Add Green for Christmas

When one goes for an operation, there will be assorted base colors to chose from. Keep in mind which room you plan to use this in, and choose your color wisely.....should go well with RED. The colored sheet of fabric will be placed under you as you undergo the operation. Tell the doctors and nurses to feel free to sign their names and write funny or otherwise comments, to add to your Personalized Tablecloth. When the operation is over, just hang the cloth to dry and your souvenir is ready to take home and use. (No need to sanitize- it's your own blood)
-- xandram, Nov 19 2005

Baked, more or less http://www.freedive.../thedayigotspeared/
Or maybe marinated is more appropriate. See the final paragraph of the story [normzone, Nov 19 2005]

For po http://www.mothers3....co.uk/plac_rec.htm
[DrCurry, Nov 20 2005]

I just really, really don't want this. ew. Sorry. :)
-- Zuzu, Nov 19 2005

I do, very much. I can't think of a better way to freak out dinner guests.
-- wagster, Nov 19 2005

invite Gordon Ramsey.
-- po, Nov 19 2005

//(No need to sanitize- it's your own blood)//

Gross, gross, gross! My blood or not, it is blood all the same. What about when it dries? Or if the police came to talk about that minor traffic accident you were in and saw that?


-- froglet, Nov 19 2005

don't they use paper?
-- po, Nov 19 2005

Judging by all the bad annotations, who were the 7 who voted for it?

By the way, ditto the first anno.

-- Germanicus, Nov 20 2005

Have them sterilyze it and dye it with fake blood.

You will get more positive votes.
-- DesertFox, Nov 20 2005

"Look, that mark by the soup tureen is where the pus was oozing from my ear..."
-- wagster, Nov 20 2005

Well, I guess people (some people) keep their placentas. But I wouldn't vote for that, either.
-- DrCurry, Nov 20 2005

their placentas or their children's placentas?


please pass the turkey...mmm

any more peas anyone?
-- po, Nov 20 2005

I laughed really hard and then had to force my stomach back down my throat. Sorry [-]
-- SuiGenerisKitten, Nov 20 2005

po: I guess the precise ownership is open to dispute, but yeah. Some people even go on to eat it (see link).
-- DrCurry, Nov 20 2005

This is interesting. Probably for a small subset of people.

It's possible that the hospital might let you keep this anyway, if you ask. They let me keep my old suture needles from when I got stitches for this, that, and the other thing. And my dentist let me keep the cast of my mouth that he used to make my crown.
-- shapu, Nov 21 2005

random, halfbakery