Holy mother of god, no. In her latest video, Dr. Sandra Lee (a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, the internet's favorite dermatologist) takes on the "largest lipoma [she's] ever removed." (Lipoma is just a fancy, college-learnin' word for a benign tumor of body fat). "Enjoy" this extremely gory 30-minute video of invasive surgery.

On the off chance that you don't want to watch a woman have an enormous fatty deposit removed from her body, here's a breakdown of the process. Dr. Lee uses local anesthesia to numb the patient's skin, and then uses a scalpel to cut through the lump, revealing the gigantic mass of yellow fat underneath. Ever have to remove a chicken's innards? Yeah, this is basically that. But bigger.


Over time, the fat being removed starts to look like a Hawaiian pizza sans crust. As Dr. Lee holds a handful of lumpy yellow fat, snipping away at the epidermis that refuses to let go, she tells a story about taking gross anatomy in medical school. Apparently, the cadaver next to hers was an overweight person, and the student dissecting it had to struggle to remove all the fat. After a while, the floor got oily and people would slip it in, and it started to smell bad, and then there were maggots, and okay, that's enough of that. You'll have to watch the whole video if you want more details. Good luck with that.