I mean, let's face it - it's almost the middle of 2019, and if there's anything I've learned it's that the love of watching pimples being popped has not wavered over time, in the SLIGHTEST.
Dr. Pimple Popper will be most likely be employed forever due to society's absolutely disgusting curiosity and a somewhat weird obsession with watching pimples/cysts/blackheads/milia (pretty much anything that CAN be popped) get popped.
Believe it or not, but this is pretty much the actual world we live in, folks.
And now, ladies and gents, on that note, I present to you this foul pimple manicure. Which honestly, NOBODY asked for - yet here we are.
Natasha Lee is the genius (or masochist? freak? nut job? take your pick) behind these truly disgusting pimple nails.
I don't know about you and the type of life you lead, but personally, I can't even freakin' look at them.
So how did she create this totally ICONIC look? Well, under a hard coat of nail glue, she basically used banana hand cream for the "puss" that she so gloriously (and, obviously, disgustingly) squeezes out.
In fact, she even goes as far to make spots look super realistic by adding red nail polish - y'know, in order to create the super realistic effect of irritation that only an annoying, massive blemish would create.
It's so wonderfully gross...
Unsurprisingly, because the world is filled with lawless hooligans with a VERY questionable taste in fashion (or maybe I'M the weird one!? Who knows.), the video very quickly went viral, and before long millions of ladies were just out there walking around with poppable pimples growing out of their nails.
What a glorious time it is to be alive, wouldn't you agree?
I don't know how exactly this pimple popping trend ever started, but I for one cannot WAIT for the (basically unlikely) day when it ends up falling off of the face of the planet for GOOD!
Until then, however, if you need me at all - I'll just be right here staring at this in sheer HORROR for the rest of the day.
And if you wish to see this yack-inducing video for yourself (no judgment... ish.) you can watch it here.