What she caught was worse: a dismal self-accounting of her existential shortcomings.Marriage, for many, signals the start of a new life stage.A man who had a face transplant after shooting himself in the head has revealed the incredible results.The first thing Andy Sandness wrote was ‘far exceeded my expectations’ after seeing the results of the surgery which saw him given the nose, cheeks, mouth, lips, jaw, chin and teeth of the donor.Seeing himself blow up as an internet phenomenon roused Mbeh's curiosity.
Sitting on a hard plastic chair under a fluorescent buzz as an employee lectures on proper condom use—a catechism you know by heart yet sometimes fail to heed—you may conclude, as Emily Witt did, that the time has come to change your life. Just before Valentine’s Day, Witt had slept with a friend. A few weeks later, he called to report that he might have chlamydia. “I still envisioned my sexual experience eventually reaching a terminus, like a monorail gliding to a stop at Epcot Center,” Witt writes in “Future Sex” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), her gutsy first book. That face summed up the WWE fanbase's reaction to Wrestle Mania's most stunning loss.At least he was until Mbeh crossed paths with Undertaker that weekend, resulting in another memorable image. WWE security approached him and issued an ultimatum of sorts. If you tell him, you will make his day.'"He didn't need to tell the WWE icon.The Deadman did just that, mimicking Mbeh's famous expression from Wrestle Mania XXX. He had met wrestlers before, but there was an added depth to this experience as the wrestler recognized him."I met Undertaker the guy, not the character," Mbeh remembered.