Tom Cruise has a Purple Flush on His Face. Is he doing the Purif?

Discussion in 'Celebrity News' started by tippytoe, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. tippytoe Member

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  3. Anonymous Member

    We can only hope he OD's and dies from it, to help drive home the point of the CUlt's Dangerous practices.
  4. Anonymous Member

    That doesn't look better take that to check,Tom.



    wait,wrong David... LOL

  5. Xenu Is Lord Member


    Niacin Overdose
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  7. Smurf Member

    Chemical peel burn. Compare to Cyndi Lauper.. cyndi-lauper-chemical-peel.jpg
  8. the anti Member

    that does not look good at all, i really hope he gets that looked at by a professional
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  9. tippytoe Member

    I'm no Dr., but it doesn't look like a chemical peel burn on TC. It is not on his whole face, chin and nose don't seem effected, and it is uneven. It is also on the back of his neck and earlobes.
  10. Anonymous Member

    It's a bunch of GIANT hickeys that some hideous dwarf gave to him.
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  11. Anonymous Member

    maybe there was a fight? looks like a bruise
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  14. DeathHamster Member

    He looks like he's running out his plastic surgery scars.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    I'm glad that at least he is not a hypocrite and takes his own medicine!
    I just hope that he shows the sceptics his towel with the purple residue of "chemicals" after he is done.
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  16. LocalSP Member

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  17. Looks like Katie's having some issues recently, too. Purification Rundown: Couples Edition?

    EDIT: Er... JK, it's old? :D
  18. Anonymous Member

    Wasn't Eli Stone cancelled years ago?
  19. Smurf Member

    You miss the point. The candy costs $5.00 and $110 for the ambiance of getting it from Dylans.. kinda like the $25 cheeseburgers you can get in Beverly Hills (french fries are extra).
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Tom Cruise Purple.
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  22. how fucking retarded!
    if missing the point saves me a whooping 95$ on ONE easter basket then baby i'll miss the point all the way to the bank!
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  23. I've taken niacin before after being told to take more B vits. I got a slight flush even on a standard dosage and hated the prickly, itchy feeling I got. I could especially feel it over the back of my head and over my ears, where TC's pattern is pronounced.

    Some folk really enjoy it though, I've known a few vitamin freaks who thought that sensation was the bomb- they were getting rid of all those toxins so that they could become breatharians and stop eating and shitting and live forever.
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  25. Smurf Member

    Some naturopaths believe that megadosing on Niacin relieves clinical depression. The side effects are flushing of the skins, migraines, and potentially damaging the liver.
  26. Sponge Member

    Clearly, it's the Scientolurgy.
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  27. AnonLover Member

    can anyone with super zoom skillz tell from other pic if there was any signs of the niacin rash before the ronbots went into the candy store?

    it just seems exceptionally odd that a rash that pronounced came on that quick. I mean WTF, was he in-between rounds in the sauna and doing laps but decided to shovel down his next 1/4 lb wave of vits before taking a break to take suri for her sugar fix???

    I'm allergic to popular laundry detergents, orange peels, bee stings and poison ivy. And even when i come in full-on contact with that stuff, it takes atleast 1 - 1.5 days of intentionally avoiding the benadryl for a rash or hives to get THAT bad.

    dude, stay the fk in the sauna next time until your done sweating out your liver thru your face. shits gross.
  28. adhocrat Member

    in the picture just above you see TC holding Suri. In the picture of the rash, we see it is his left side. What if Suri had buried her head in his neck? Don't you see? Suri's tears are toxic!!11!zOMG111!!
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  29. Anonymous Member

    orange peels?
  30. AnonLover Member

    yeah - and pulpy orange juice too. but i <3 the hella outta SunnyD fake OJ.
  31. Anonymous Member

    How can one be allergic to an orange? That is the anti-scurvy disease.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Oh, and I hate SunnyD. That shit is watery shit.
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  33. I hate sunnyd as well.
  34. >sweating out your liver thru your face

    I lol'd.
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  35. whosit Member

    The really fun question people should be asking themselves is why does Tom&quot;I'm on my way to OTVIII&quot; have to do the purif. He has gotten all that radiation out of his system several times before now.

    Maybe Marty can answer that question.

    Probably not.
  36. ZeroC Member

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  37. Anonymous Member

    I've done the Purif 3 times. C/S orders.

    This looks exactly like niacin flush to me. The neck is a dead givaway.

    A sunburn would be even, like a bikini line. This is random ends, no clear-cut beginning / end. So yes, Niacin, IMO.
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