Convince Alaric to let the Drs Put him under the Chop (by )

Alaric has a... well nipple on the back of his head, the size of which only became apparent when we chopped off all his hair to try and deal with a dandruff problem. The dandruff problem turned out to be interesting as well but more on that later!

This lump on the back of his head has a distinctive look and I found a couple of smaller ones on him (one of which I had accidently mangled with a razor 🙁 ). The Dr says it's a variation on a wart but isn't that contagous but that it should be removed - doesn't have to be but should be. It will really need a scalpel taken to it as it is too large and fleshy to be frozen off and it simple wouldn't get it all.

Any way - due to the horror on Alaric's face the DR said he could think about it - I think it should be removed - help me convince him


  • By Olly, Tue 27th Jul 2010 @ 4:46 pm

    But what if all his super powers disappear when you cut it off? Admittedly it's not as sexy as Samson and his hair, but you never know...

  • By Ben, Tue 27th Jul 2010 @ 5:16 pm

    Maybe you should offer to take the offending part home afterwards, so he can do experiments on it? I'm sure that would persuade him.

  • By Ulrike, Wed 28th Jul 2010 @ 1:30 pm

    Definitely have it removed; you never know what these sorts of growths can turn into. Better safe than sorry.

    Plus it likely isn't a pretty sight, he should think of still being attractive for the wifey!

    Tell him to stop being a wuss, I mean surely he will get a local anaesthetic before they chop it? Tzk tzk. 🙂

  • By @ndy, Wed 28th Jul 2010 @ 2:37 pm

    If these things can't be frozen, sometimes it's possible to get a solution that it can be bathed in for 10 minutes a day for a few months.

  • By David Cantrell, Thu 5th Aug 2010 @ 9:31 pm

    Cut it off, try to grow a clone army

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