If you've never seen the comedy classic, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," there is a scene where Arthur, King of the Britons, encounters a black knight guarding a bridge. Arthur quickly figures out the stalwart knight will not let him pass, so the two do battle, with the king severely injuring his enemy in the process.

He cuts off all his arms and legs.

Yet the black knight persists, insisting his injuries are, "but a scratch."

Turns out this happens to people in real life, not so much with swords and knights, but with can openers and ice skates.

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Medical mishap stories are like trainwrecks—you can't look away, or not read up.

Something about trauma and drama is too fascinating to let pass by.

We just have to hear more, even if it makes us queazy and then faint.

One of the worst body pain topics—at least for people who have one—involves the destruction of the penis. Even thinking about violent pain "down there" can cause tears.

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A date gone bad isn’t always because of a personality clash. Sometimes, bad things happen. But the prospect of a future with a new love interest depends on how they deal with the aftermath. Redditor Ok_Material_Girl is a 19-year-old woman who thought she kept her cool when her Tinder date–whom she happened to know from […] More
People who want to be in a committed relationship and get along with the family may realize that it’s hard to have both. Some families aren’t really open to receiving new family members, admitted the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor Sarah-Justin3534 wasn’t sure what else she could do when she went to the […] More

It can't be easy finding a dead body.

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