LIVER KING HOSPITALIZED AFTER CONSUMING OWN LIVER

The Liver King sat at a long wooden table, the surface of which was polished to a high shine. In front of him was a large, glistening juicy liver, red and ripe, with a top that curled up from the top like a beckoning finger. 

It was his own liver. 

The bodybuilder was consumed by a burning passion for extreme diets. He experimented with different meal plans, cutting out entire food groups and consuming vast amounts of protein, all in pursuit of the perfect physique. He spent hours in the gym, pushing his body to the brink, always striving for one more rep, one more pound of muscle. His dedication was unwavering, his focus unbreakable, and he would stop at nothing to achieve his goals. He was constantly seeking new ways to push the boundaries of what was considered possible, always looking for the next big breakthrough in diet and training. He was driven by a desire to be the best, to be stronger and more powerful than anyone else.

He picked up the liver and took a bite, savoring the sweetness as it burst in his mouth. With each bite, dark blood ran down his chin and dripped onto his bulging muscles. 

He ate until the liver was nothing more. He sat back in his chair, feeling the weight of the cannibalized organ in his stomach and a sense of contentment washed over him. With a sigh, he closed his eyes and fell asleep, dreaming of raw liver and the perfect workout. 

 He began to feel lightheaded and his heart rate increased, and he started to panic. He pulled out his phone and dialed the emergency number, requesting an ambulance. He explained that he was having a panic attack and needed medical assistance. The operator on the other end of the line tried to calm him down, asking him questions about his symptoms and assuring him that help was on the way. He sat down on the curb, feeling liverless and alone as he waited for the ambulance to arrive.

Author: Tim Ozman

Host of Infinite Plane Radio. Media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

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