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17th Aug '16 2:00:33 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* In ''Film/{{Grimsby}}'', Nobby is asked by his secret agent brother to suck out the poison from his shoulder, and he very reluctantly complies. Then he shows that the poisoned darts have also hit him in the balls... What's worse, when Nobby is performing the technique (complete with grunts and groans), some of his stupid friends come armed with smartphones and in a matter of minutes the video is on YouTube [[InstantHumiliationJustAddYouTube for everyone to see]].
14th Aug '16 12:11:49 PM Mavado
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* Pictured above: ''Anime/NinjaScroll'': Jubei attempts this after Kagero was bitten by a poison snake, but she quickly stops him by kneeing him and explains she has her own toxin in her body that'll negate the poison...and would've killed Jubei if he had actually managed to start sucking.

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* Pictured above: ''Anime/NinjaScroll'': Jubei attempts this after Kagero was bitten by a poison venomous snake, but she quickly stops him by kneeing him and explains she has her own toxin in her body that'll negate the poison...and would've killed Jubei if he had actually managed to start sucking.
14th Aug '16 2:19:59 AM Mavado
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* Used in ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' when Kimihito is forced to suck experimental fertilizer out of a rampaging dryad. Since she's a PlantPerson that stores fluids in her breats, this works.

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* Used in ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' when Kimihito is forced to suck experimental fertilizer out of a rampaging dryad. Since she's a PlantPerson that stores fluids in her breats, breasts, this works.
14th Aug '16 1:38:35 AM Mavado
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* Used in ''DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' when Kimihito is forced to suck experimental fertilizer out of a rampaging dryad. Since she's a PlantPerson that stores fluids in her breats, this works.

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* Used in ''DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' when Kimihito is forced to suck experimental fertilizer out of a rampaging dryad. Since she's a PlantPerson that stores fluids in her breats, this works.
14th Aug '16 1:35:51 AM Mavado
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* A bonus ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' {{Yonkoma}} strip parodies this: after Lina is bitten by a poisonous snake, Gourry volunteers to suck out the poison, much to her embarrassment. He swallows. He spends the next week bedridden.

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* A bonus ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' {{Yonkoma}} strip parodies this: after Lina is bitten by a poisonous venomous snake, Gourry volunteers to suck out the poison, much to her embarrassment. He swallows. He spends the next week bedridden.



* Done in ''Anime/CrossAnge'' by Tusk to save Ange's life from the poisonous snake. Worth noting is that Ange was still running in the rain after she was bitten and was still quite a ways when she found Tusk, who's still tied to a tree thanks to her.

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* Done in ''Anime/CrossAnge'' by Tusk to save Ange's life from the poisonous a venomous snake. Worth noting is that Ange was still running in the rain after she was bitten and was still quite a ways when she found Tusk, who's still tied to a tree thanks to her.



* Used in ''DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' when Kimihito is forced to suck experimental fertilizer out of a rampaging dryad. Since she's a PlantPerson that stores fluids in her breats, this works.
** In a later chapter Cerea is stung by an [[BeeAfraid asian giant hornet]], Kimihito offers to suck out the poison (complete with a commentary box {{Lampshading}} that this doesn't actually work). Where was she stung? Her nipple, of course.



* Subverted in ''Film/FatherGoose''. When Catherine thinks she's been bitten by a snake, Eckland tries sucking out the poison before calling his superiors for information on whether poisonous snakes are on the island. Before going to check, the CO tells Eckland not to try sucking the poison out until they know what they're dealing with.

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* Subverted in ''Film/FatherGoose''. When Catherine thinks she's been bitten by a snake, Eckland tries sucking out the poison before calling his superiors for information on whether poisonous venomous snakes are on the island. Before going to check, the CO tells Eckland not to try sucking the poison out until they know what they're dealing with.



* In the American folk song "Springfield Mountain," a young man out mowing a field is bitten by a poisonous snake. In "serious" versions, he dies because no one comes to his aid. In others, his sweetheart tries to draw the poison but instead is killed herself when the venom enters a "rotten tooth."

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* In the American folk song "Springfield Mountain," a young man out mowing a field is bitten by a poisonous venomous snake. In "serious" versions, he dies because no one comes to his aid. In others, his sweetheart tries to draw the poison but instead is killed herself when the venom enters a "rotten tooth."
13th Aug '16 6:01:07 PM nombretomado
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* in Creator/AAPessimal's ''{{Discworld}}'' fic Fanfic/NatureStudies, a careless student Assassin gets overconfident with a cobra and learns the hard way about right and wrong methods of handling snakes. His teacher, who does know the right way, lambasts him for his over-confidence (the primal Assassin failing) and wishes a friendly Vampire was nearby to suck out the blood. [[note]]Vampires are welcome immigrants to places like rimwards Howondaland and Fourecks, where their blood-sucking abilities make them first line of defence against snakebites. Indeed, vampires are immune to the poison, and consider venom gives blood a nice interesting new flavour.[[/note]] Instead, she opens the wound with a knife, gets Matron Igorina to apply an injected antidote, and packs him off to the Lady Sybil.

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* in Creator/AAPessimal's ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fic Fanfic/NatureStudies, a careless student Assassin gets overconfident with a cobra and learns the hard way about right and wrong methods of handling snakes. His teacher, who does know the right way, lambasts him for his over-confidence (the primal Assassin failing) and wishes a friendly Vampire was nearby to suck out the blood. [[note]]Vampires are welcome immigrants to places like rimwards Howondaland and Fourecks, where their blood-sucking abilities make them first line of defence against snakebites. Indeed, vampires are immune to the poison, and consider venom gives blood a nice interesting new flavour.[[/note]] Instead, she opens the wound with a knife, gets Matron Igorina to apply an injected antidote, and packs him off to the Lady Sybil.
10th Aug '16 12:13:52 PM ShorinBJ
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* ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', has a vampire sticking his mouth on an open wound to suck venom out of a human, from another vampire's bite.

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* ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', has a vampire sticking his mouth on an open wound to suck venom out of a human, from another vampire's bite. This seems...even more impractical than other examples, because his saliva contains ''more'' of that venom.
2nd Aug '16 5:43:28 AM foxley
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* Part of a '''very''' old dirty joke, played out in the film ''CanIDoItTillINeedGlasses'': The Lone Ranger and Tonto were riding along, the Lone Ranger had to take a leak, and a snake bit him on his, uh, "wee-wee". Tonto ran miles and miles to the nearest doctor, who told him "You have to suck the poison out, quickly!". Tonto ran miles and miles back to his friend. The Lone Ranger asked him "What did the doctor say?". Tonto replied "He said... you going to die, kemosabe."

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* Part of a '''very''' old dirty joke, played out in the film ''CanIDoItTillINeedGlasses'': ''Film/CanIDoItTillINeedGlasses'': The Lone Ranger and Tonto were riding along, the Lone Ranger had to take a leak, and a snake bit him on his, uh, "wee-wee". Tonto ran miles and miles to the nearest doctor, who told him "You have to suck the poison out, quickly!". Tonto ran miles and miles back to his friend. The Lone Ranger asked him "What did the doctor say?". Tonto replied "He said... you going to die, kemosabe."



* Shows up in the Jet Li film ''High Risk''. Also doubles as a ChekhovsGun - because the hero made an incision before sucking out the poison, there was venom on his knife, which ensures that the BigBad isn't able to run for long when he escapes after being stabbed with that knife.
* Done in ''Who Am I'' by Creator/JackieChan. A more outlandish, but [[ShownTheirWork more accurate]] treatment is when he then hydrates the victim with a coconut-milk IV.

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* Shows up in the Jet Li film ''High Risk''.''Film/HighRisk''. Also doubles as a ChekhovsGun - because the hero made an incision before sucking out the poison, there was venom on his knife, which ensures that the BigBad isn't able to run for long when he escapes after being stabbed with that knife.
* Done in ''Who Am I'' ''Film/WhoAmI'' by Creator/JackieChan. A more outlandish, but [[ShownTheirWork more accurate]] treatment is when he then hydrates the victim with a coconut-milk IV.



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* There is a Russian joke about '''What? Where? When?''' (a team trivia game), where the team is asked the following question: "If you are walking alone in the desert, and a blunt-nosed viper [[GroinAttack bites you in the penis]], what are you supposed to do?" The team is thinking, and finally they give the answer "The man should try to get to the nearest village, and there, to ask someone to [[{{Squick}} suck the venom out]]." Then the correct answer is revealed: [[spoiler: A blunt-nosed viper never bites above the knee, and if your penis is that long, you can suck the venom out yourself.]]
* This trope is the subject of a very famous vulgar ShaggyDogStory joke involving a cowboy who got a snakebite on his...[[GroinAttack personal snake]]. "The Doc says you're a dead man," says his friend.
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* There is a Russian joke about '''What? Where? When?''' (a team trivia game), where the team is asked the following question: "If you are walking alone in the desert, and a blunt-nosed viper [[GroinAttack bites you in the penis]], what are you supposed to do?" The team is thinking, and finally they give the answer "The man should try to get to the nearest village, and there, to ask someone to [[{{Squick}} suck the venom out]]." Then the correct answer is revealed: [[spoiler: A blunt-nosed viper never bites above the knee, and if your penis is that long, you can suck the venom out yourself.]]
* This trope is the subject of a very famous vulgar ShaggyDogStory joke involving a cowboy who got a snakebite on his...[[GroinAttack personal snake]]. "The Doc says you're a dead man," says his friend.
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12th Jul '16 1:28:49 PM Willbyr
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* In ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'', Tigre has to suck out the poison from Limlisha when an assassin's snake bit her. Where did the snake bite her? [[{{ThanksForTheMammaries}} Well...]]

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* In ''LightNovel/MadanNoOuToVanadis'', ''LightNovel/LordMarksmanAndVanadis'', Tigre has to suck out the poison from Limlisha when an assassin's snake bit her. Where did the snake bite her? [[{{ThanksForTheMammaries}} [[ThanksForTheMammaries Well...]]
27th Jun '16 7:40:32 PM ZeldaQueen64
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* ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', has a vampire sticking his mouth on an open wound to suck out the venom from another vampire.
** Which might or might not be better than genuine cases, because vampires apparently have no circulation.

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* ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', has a vampire sticking his mouth on an open wound to suck out the venom out of a human, from another vampire.
** Which might or might not be better than genuine cases, because vampires apparently have no circulation.
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* Jenn [[http://www.galactanet.com/comic/view.php?strip=376 attempts]] to invoke this in ''Webcomic/CaseyAndAndy'', in an attempt to get Quantum Cop to kiss her. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope He injects her lip with antivenom.]]]]
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