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That's horrible to think about but drowning. Fire all over your body is not a painful as water. If I wanted to kill myself I think drowning would be peaceful.
Drowning is better than being burned alive in fact its possible that drowning doesn't even hurt for some people. There are people who have drowned and been revived and reported that they felt little discomfort.
On the other hand there is evidence to suggest that drowning hurts.
I have this feeling that for some drowning hurts and for some it doesn't hurt.
Regardless burning alive is pretty horrific and wud be way worse
If I had to chose I'd rather burn to ashes... But normally I would go with carbon monoxide poisoning. I think that's the best way to die since you just fall asleep and never wake up :)
Being in water with burning oil on the surface. Being under the water, on the surface is burning oil. When you are under the water you cannot breathe, yet you know you cannot come up for air. You try to swim out from under the oil, still with hope you might save yourself. Eventually, you must come up for air, so you poke your head above the oil. You still cannot breathe though, as the fire is eating up all the oxygen, and being in water you cannot get up high enough to reach it, though it is mere feet away. So you alternate between the water, and the scorching flames where there may be hope of air until you eventually, mercifully, die.
Me? I'd rather die of something painful, yet epic. Like jumping off a building, over busy traffic, with a bungee cord wrapped round my dick.
I've been on both sides of the story. I've almost drowned twice, it was absolutely fucking terrifying. I've almost been burned alive, and it wasn't near as scary. While you're under water, the more you do the worse you get, the more painful it is, and yet you can't physically stop yourself from panicking and thrashing about. While you're engulfed in flames, all you can think about is getting the fire off you, and while it burns like hell, it's not quite as scary for some reason.
Maybe it's just because I have a deep rooted fear of drowning or something.
At 1/11/13 11:52 AM, TheColourAwesome wrote: If I wanted to kill myself I think drowning would be peaceful.
It really isn't. Look up waterboarding, it's a form of torture they use to simulate drowning. Once the cavities in your head fill with water it's the most unbearable pain imaginable. People have broken their limbs through trying to struggle free from it, so no drowning isn't peaceful.
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I was going to make a similar thread a couple days ago, but anyways I'd rather drown and feel the burn of the water filling my lungs and alveoli sacks until I take my last breath, than have to suffer through each layer of skinned being burned off till my blood boils from the heat
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I've almost drowned before while Rough-housing with friends. I about gave up on trying to save myself before they stopped wrestling and got off of me. It was scary but not too painful. I think it would be better than being burned alive.
At 1/11/13 09:16 PM, NuclearWarfare wrote: I've almost drowned before while Rough-housing with friends. I about gave up on trying to save myself before they stopped wrestling and got off of me. It was scary but not too painful. I think it would be better than being burned alive.
(This was in a pool)
Can I have the option of the guillotine please?
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