frontal lobotomy


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frontal lobotomy

n.
A prefrontal lobotomy.

fron·tal lo·bot·o·my

(frŏntăl lō-botŏ-mē)
A surgical treatment for severe psychiatric disorders that reduces distress but often blunts emotion and personality.
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For instance, I still cannot fathom how anyone who has not undergone a frontal lobotomy can bear to sit through a frame of snooker without having had a meaty sell of the 50-ups.
Any healthy woman who risks her life on the operating table for the sake of a bigger bra size ought to get a full frontal lobotomy thrown in free.
Like the majority of normal women, I personally would as soon give myself a full DIY frontal lobotomy without anaesthetic as waste my hard-earned on a boy's comic.
Robert Dunn, 18, had to have a frontal lobotomy after falling 20ft in a derelict building on Newcastle's Quayside a year ago.
Excuse me,but if you find me talking about either, you have my permission to perform an unanaesthetised, full frontal lobotomy on me with a blunt knitting needle.
Forget for a minute that some of these miserable sinners presuming to dish out this advice walk around the place as if they've had a frontal lobotomy.
If I had my way the state, if it can't and won't use capital punishment should, upon convicting these hateful people, conduct full frontal lobotomy on them.
The game can be played alone or you can compete with friends but, as my son pointed out, they all need to be around ten years of age or under - or have undergone a frontal lobotomy.