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17th Jan '18 3:54:18 PM ANTMuddle
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* In another episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone,'' the niece of a cantankerous inventor finds herself forced to deal with a robot of this type for the sake of an inheritance.
14th Jan '18 11:47:03 AM Qrow
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Hazel Rainart, one of the villains, has this as his semblance. He uses it to [[spoiler: inject [[AppliedPhlebotinum Dust crystals]] right into his arms for a power boost]]. As one other character points out, it doesn't stop him from ''taking'' damage, just feeling it.
9th Dec '17 2:03:55 PM rjd1922
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* Peripheral neuropathy (numbness in the extremities) is a common feature of type 2 diabetes. Combined with reduced circulation, small wounds on the feet frequently lead to a downhill slide which begins with small injuries going unnoticed, turning into gangrene, leading to amputations, which prevents excercise because the patient isn't really very mobile anymore, but they still eat the same as they did before, they gain weight, the condition advances, they get another injury which goes unnoticed, gangrene sets in, repeat until dead. In some smaller communities in the US, particularly in the South and Southwest, a diagnosis of adult-onset diabetes is essentially terminal - because so few will will change their diet or watch their blood sugar levels, they will very frequently enter this downhill slide, and be dead within five years.

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* Peripheral neuropathy (numbness in the extremities) is a common feature of type 2 diabetes. Combined with reduced circulation, small wounds on the feet frequently lead to a downhill slide which begins with small injuries going unnoticed, turning into gangrene, leading to amputations, which prevents excercise because the patient isn't really very mobile anymore, but they still eat the same as they did before, they gain weight, the condition advances, they get another injury which goes unnoticed, gangrene sets in, repeat until dead. In some smaller communities in the US, particularly in the South and Southwest, a diagnosis of adult-onset diabetes is essentially terminal - because so few will will change their diet or watch their blood sugar levels, they will very frequently enter this downhill slide, and be dead within five years.
13th Oct '17 1:38:39 AM Nadim
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* In the ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}}'' episode "A Time to Double Date", a guy named Drake keeps askingCyd to punch him in every part of his body and doesn't feel anything.[[note]]Ironically, he does feel pain when Cyd high-fives him claiming that his palms are his "weak spot"[[/note]]

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* In the ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}}'' episode "A Time to Double Date", a guy named Drake keeps askingCyd asking Cyd to punch him in every part of his body and doesn't feel anything.[[note]]Ironically, he does feel pain when Cyd high-fives him claiming that his palms are his "weak spot"[[/note]]
13th Oct '17 1:37:53 AM Nadim
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* In the ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}} episode "A Time to Double Date", a guy named Drake keeps askingCyd to punch him in every part of his body and doesn't feel anything.[[note]]Ironically, he does feel pain when Cyd high-fives him claiming that his palms are his "weak spot"[[/note]]

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* In the ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}} Whenever}}'' episode "A Time to Double Date", a guy named Drake keeps askingCyd to punch him in every part of his body and doesn't feel anything.[[note]]Ironically, he does feel pain when Cyd high-fives him claiming that his palms are his "weak spot"[[/note]]
13th Oct '17 1:36:21 AM Nadim
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* In the ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}} episode "A Time to Double Date", a guy named Drake keeps askingCyd to punch him in every part of his body and doesn't feel anything.[[note]]Ironically, he does feel pain when Cyd high-fives him claiming that his palms are his "weak spot"[[/note]]
9th Sep '17 5:16:28 PM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs on ''ANTFarm'' when Olive states she is so scared to sleep away from home that she was awake and coherent during surgery on her appendix. While they don't make mention to her pain tolerance, intense pain is the main reason for being put to sleep prior to surgery. So one can only imagine how painful that had to be.

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* PlayedForLaughs on ''ANTFarm'' ''Series/ANTFarm'' when Olive states she is so scared to sleep away from home that she was awake and coherent during surgery on her appendix. While they don't make mention to her pain tolerance, intense pain is the main reason for being put to sleep prior to surgery. So one can only imagine how painful that had to be.
2nd Sep '17 1:39:36 PM Tacitus
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has both in-fluff and in-game applications.
** In the fluff:
*** Orks are like this due to their extremely robust (and partially fungus-based) physiology, and often can survive things like decapitation and clinical death for sometime before going down.
*** Devotees of Slaanesh, the Chaos god of hedonism and sensory excess, can react to pain in a positive manner, even though they are feeling that pain, so they will feel rapturous when being nearly burned to death or hacked to pieces.
** In the game, "Feel No Pain" is one of the special rules in the core rulebook. It's an extra roll taken after a model with the rule fails their normal saving roll, representing shrugging off the injury to continue fighting. The rule can be granted in a number of ways. For instance, Imperial Guard HQ squads can get it by giving one of its guardsmen a medi-pack, some Warlord Traits grant the regular rule or variants, Space Marine Apothecaries give it to the Command Squads they're attached to, and the Salamanders Space Marine chapter gets an improved version against flamer weapons as part of their Chapter Tactics. Additionally, some factions are particularly associated with the rule, such as:
*** The Death Company of the Blood Angels, whose warriors are insane with bloodlust and constantly hallucinating the death of their Primarch.
*** Plague Marines, devotees of the Chaos god of decay whose bodies are so corrupted and putrefied that they barely notice any injuries that don't kill them outright.
*** Orks can get the full rule by being led by a [[MadDoctor Painboy]], either because he's providing medical care, or because they're [[MeatgrinderSurgery so afraid he will]] that they refuse to acknowledge any injury short of decapitation, so as not to give him an excuse.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has both in-fluff "Feel No Pain" as a universal special rule, which allows models to roll a dice and in-game applications.
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potentially disregard a wound even after they fail their normal armor save, provided the wound wasn't dealt by a weapon that would have invoked the ChunkySalsaRule. In some cases it's understood that this rule reflects the unit's superhuman physiology, in others it simulates the effect of having a medic in the squad providing some battlefield healing. For some specific examples from the rules and the fluff:
*** Orks ** Among the followers of Chaos, Khorne's Berserkers are like this due so lost to their bloodlust that they're able to ignore most injuries, Plague Marines of Nurgle as so bloated with corruption that they won't react to any wound that doesn't immediately kill them, while followers of Slaanesh ''do'' notice pain, [[CombatSadomasochist and enjoy it.]]
** Among loyalist Space Marine chapters, Salamanders get a chapter trait that gives them a FNP roll against wounds caused by flame weapons, reflecting their background as a cult of blacksmiths on a highly volcanic world. The Blood Angels' Death Company, meanwhile, are not only insane with bloodlust, they're also hallucinating the events leading up to their Primarch's death.
** Orks have such an
extremely robust (and partially fungus-based) physiology, and often physiology that they can survive things like decapitation and clinical death long enough for sometime before going down.
*** Devotees of Slaanesh,
a Dok to set them up for a "body transplant." On the Chaos god subject of hedonism and sensory excess, can react to pain in a positive manner, even though they are feeling that pain, so they will feel rapturous when being nearly burned to death or hacked to pieces.
** In the game, "Feel No Pain" is one of the special rules in the core rulebook. It's
Ork physicians, it's an extra open question whether a [[DeadlyDoctor Painboy]] gives his mob a FNP roll taken after a model with the rule fails their normal saving roll, representing shrugging off the injury to continue fighting. The rule can be granted in a number of ways. For instance, Imperial Guard HQ squads can get it by giving one of its guardsmen a medi-pack, some Warlord Traits grant the regular rule or variants, Space Marine Apothecaries give it to the Command Squads they're attached to, and the Salamanders Space Marine chapter gets an improved version against flamer weapons as part of their Chapter Tactics. Additionally, some factions are particularly associated with the rule, such as:
*** The Death Company of the Blood Angels, whose warriors are insane with bloodlust and constantly hallucinating the death of their Primarch.
*** Plague Marines, devotees of the Chaos god of decay whose bodies are so corrupted and putrefied that they barely notice any injuries that don't kill them outright.
*** Orks can get the full rule by being led by a [[MadDoctor Painboy]], either
because he's providing on-hand to provide medical care, or because whether they're [[MeatgrinderSurgery so afraid he will]] of [[MeatGrinderSurgery said medical care]] that they refuse they're willing to acknowledge any injury short disregard a little thing like a bolter round blowing a chunk out of decapitation, so as not to give him an excuse.them.
28th Aug '17 3:33:22 AM Ccook1956
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/HeckleAndJeckle'' cartoon "Log Rollers," Heckle claims he didn't feel a thing when Powerful Pierre punches him smack in the face. Then he suddenly collapses and is out cold.
24th Aug '17 8:58:00 AM TonyG
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'''Jimmy: Metaphysically, yes; technically, you do it fifteen, sixteen times, it kills are the nerve endings in your hand.

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'''Jimmy: '''Jimmy:''' Metaphysically, yes; technically, you do it fifteen, sixteen times, it kills are the nerve endings in your hand.
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