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Tags: I want a new pancreas for Christmas!, lol

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omg this is EPIC!!!!! HAHAHA!!!!! I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!
you just made my day.
Hehehe cute!

They didn't give the pancreas a name though - like Panny the Pancreas.

What is the symbolism of that green lightening bolty thing in the middle? My guess is it is big ole crack - this is definately a broken pancreas.

Perfect for us! :) I like the reviews "Comfy and soft..." hehe.
It's the way it is, on the inside... a real pancreas, that is. lol

Oh, it is a duct than. The real pancreas is yellow. They got the color wrong.

Still looks a crack to me - no wonder mine is broken. :)
There is one on Ebay and of course, you could always buy one from the "I Heart Guts" site - they have all sorts of other cute organs on there too. I think the intestine is the cutest. :)
What a Great Christmas gift! If only it were that easy....
Thanks Lizmari.
If it wasn't so over priced, I'd consider getting this for my 20 y/o so I can say I've done everything I can, LOL Thanks for the laugh!
oh I so want one!
I had just posted this today on fb! Don't know if you saw it or just coincidence... I want one before I have surgery, which may be before Christmas so I'm asking for one early. Hopefully my parents will get me one :)
I need one cute pancreas, the one I have now is a assh*ole. I'm type 1 diabetic and have chronic pancreatitis. I'm having surgery in the next month. The green middle is (an exaggerated version of) the main pancreatic duct. Mine real pancreatic duct is blocked badly and has been inflamed and growing cysts for almost 7 years now.
I want two. May be good to have a spare in case it breaks like my other one!
Wow, that's just so weird. And if you scroll down, you can see that the transplant possibilities don't stop there. Anyone want a plush lung, a plush liver, or a plush brain. It's like a fuzzy organ harvest.
I'll take two ;just in case I wear that one out too!




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