There are some pretty crappy ways to go...
winehousing?? I like it!
winehousing? is that all the above with crashing added
Buried alive? Where's the buried alive option? That would blow.
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2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
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I'm going to go with ancient roman style impalement. tie you hand behind your back and your ankles together, then get pushed/tripped over, landing sternum-first on a somewhat blunt wooden pole about six inches wide sticking about 18 inches out of the ground.
although given the available options, I picked winehousing. I don't know why anybody smokes crack.
eaten alive should be an option.
burning is pretty instant but if you are stabbed to death it could litteraly take you days to bleed to death which would be painful and full of mental bullshit...if I'm gonna die lets make that shit happen fast...
I've thought about the stabbing thing before though. same if you get shot in the chest. while you might black out instantly, your brain will be active for a short time. maybe you wouldn't feel anything during that time. maybe it'd be like dreaming. or maybe it'd be excruciating. I can see it happening either way, but I'd rather not find out.
what about falling from a high distance? adrenaline rush, followed by a sudden and extreme pain. ouch.
Is that really true though? I always figured it was a myth. I mean, they can't really ask people for a review afterwards...
Stabbing sounds painful..extremely painful...but i think you might go numb and just feel cold. Burning though, there's going to be about 30-60 seconds of intense pain i do not want to feel, ever. Drowning would be quick and the least painful.
Well, for what it's worth, once your nerves burn away, it won't hurt anymore...
as with the stabbing, hopefully you don't feel anything while your brain slowly dies of oxygen deprivation, but who knows.
I was told once that Apaches in Arizona used to tie someone to a saguaro cactus at dawn with wet rawhide so the they were resting on the spines- as the sun came up, it would dry the rawhide, which would tighten and slowly impale you.
nice! see, that's the kind of shit I'm talking about. pre-western cultures really knew how to fuck people up
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The feeling of cold steel between your ribs would certainly suck, but I have to give the nod to burning or some kind of slow torture.
On a couple of my trips to Europe I peeped a couple torture museums, and let me say, the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages came up with some of the most indescribably fucked up shit I could never have imagined.