Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Squeeze Chunky ‘Lobster Meat’ From a Cyst

By | January 18, 2020
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  • In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper tackles a large cyst filled with white, chunky contents.
  • Fans commented on the video saying the contents looks like everything from “cauliflower mashed potatoes” to “lobster meat.”
  • The cyst is actually likely filled with a combination of dead skin cells and excess keratin.

    In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper — aka, dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD — tackles a large cyst overflowing with chunky white gunk. Though it’s not obvious where the cyst is located on the patient, what is obvious is that this pop is perfectly putrid.

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    In the clip, Dr. Lee takes a pair of surgical scissors and tweezers to the cyst, quickly noticing the growth has a thin wall. That means, she says, it wants to be squeezed. The famed dermatologist gives the cyst the firm squeeze it’s begging for, causing a collection of chunky contents to coil out.

    After expelling a sizable collection of gunk, Dr. Lee goes back for more, noticing the cyst isn’t quite finished yet.

    “They’re always bigger than what they seem,” Dr. Lee says in the video. She collects just as much mush from the second go as the first round.

    One fan compared the cyst contents to “cauliflower mashed potatoes” in the comments, while another fan compared it to “lobster meat.” Yet another fan commented “love the chunky ones.” At least someone does.

    The white, chunky substance inside of the cyst is likely a collection of dead skin cells and keratin, which shed and gather in the growth. It’s definitely not a delicacy, so apologies to all the lobster and cauliflower mashed potato fans out there. One fan, however, did comment on the video saying, “Is it just me or has anyone else wanted to just taste that?”

    It’s just you, my dude. It’s just you.

    Watch the gloriously gross clip below, if you dare:

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