It’s difficult to figure out how some people make the spelling errors they do when there are so many tools in place to prevent that. Red squiggles abound on Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, and even on your iPhone. Most of these people have no excuse
Whatever the problem, these linguistic massacres are the gifts that just keep on giving.
Surgeons at Edward Hospital in Naperville, Illinois used the da Vinci Surgical System, which costs nearly $2 million. To
practice their robotic doctor skills they used fruit instead of real humans. A video of a surgery on a grape was published in 2010.
Then there is this video showing the robot arms stitching up the patient after they did surgery on a grape and it is truly incredible.
Twitter and Instagram exploded with funny puns, hilarious jokes, and awesome “they did surgery on a grape” (TDSOAG) memes.
Last May, surgeons in Australia posted their surgery on a grape on Twitter. The tweet gave a behind-the-scenes look at doctors using the da Vinci Surgical System to perform an operation on a fruit. Dr. Declan Murphy, an oncologist from Melbourne, was the surgeon in the video and says that the patient’s name is “Grapey McGrapeface.