The Guess What Game (Round 1)

It’s Tuesday again, and that means another round of The Guess What Game.  Last week we had a couple of people go three for three, although there were a couple of curve balls in there that threw some of the usual perfect scorers off balance.  This week, we’ll see if they can rebound, as well as who else is up to the challenge.

For those new to the game, the rules are simple.  Throughout the day, you’ll be faced with three cropped images.  Your job is to figure out what body part/modification is being shown.  To make things a little easier, a clue will be given as to what is in the picture.  At the end of the day, the results will be revealed for all three pictures, and the winners will get bragging rights for the week.  Now, on to the game!

For round one, you’d be right in guessing that there’s something not happy in this picture.  Now the person who owns this body part is really happy with the result, but the body part itself definitely wasn’t happy for a small portion of time.  The question is, what part of the body has been modified, and in what way?

Guess What?

Think you know what it is?  Place your guesses in the comments below, then come back later in the day to see if you guessed correctly.

19 thoughts on “The Guess What Game (Round 1)

  1. there already was the amputated thumb a few ‘guess what’s ago… and that looked different from this picture here… hmm. gonna have to think on this one. though whenever I’m stumped I usually just guess ‘penis’ and usually that’s more or less correct :p

  2. Hmmm, not sure where people are getting ‘nail bed’ from. Looking at my fingers and imagining my nail being removed looks nothing like this pic!
    I am guessing partial penectomy as in not complete nullification.

  3. Looks like some chopped their penis head off. That would make the penis very unhappy. or nullification.

  4. I’ve got to go with a scrotom cutting. I hope it’s not exposed testicle I’m seeing, as it makes me a little squirmy thinking about that.

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