I'm good, I trust that players can be mature enough to police themselves.
Anyway, Jinx: Awesome. I'm not going to defend players who want to RP horrific injuries and deformities by saying that there shouldn't be any drawbacks, such as infection and so on. I think this is absolutely the right direction.
However, what I will offer is this. An OOC reason for players taking such bad deformities is because they're a new or younger player. People who are new to RPing after often so scared off of the idea of being a Mary Sue that they saddle these ridiculous injuries onto their character in order to 'fit in' or appropriately balance their characters desirable and undesirable traits.
Sure, it gets old real fast. It's annoying to see. But let's step back and realize that these are people who are learning, who are making an honest effort to avoid bad RP habits (and unfortunately making other bad habits in doing so). So let them take their licks. Let them develop infections and experience other drawbacks.
We can tackle this in a manner that doesn't involve needlessly teasing the players of the characters in question. We can do so by giving them a themely experience, by avoiding them over an 'equal' who doesn't show such disfigurements in their nakeds, by keeping them at arms length, not by doing battle on SIC with such wit that equates to 'LOL YOUR CHARACTER IS BAD'. It comes down to phrasing. It comes down to tone and the dialogue we choose. Perhaps I'm being overly cynical - perhaps I'm holding the RP to a greater standard than average and finding an issue where others might not. If that's so, then I'm sorry, but I think we can create much more compelling counterpoints and stories around these negative traits than, 'Lol, x character has y quality!' 'How original!' 'Lol, I've been doing y quality for months. Get with the program.'
You know what's a really good way to deal with bad theme? To drown the bad theme in fucking theme.