Robot Doctors Did Surgery On A Grape, The Internet Made It Hilarious


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.

 

 

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Even  Burger King and Wendy’s jumped on the “they did surgery on a grape” phenomenon to get some free publicity.

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.


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