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unwell

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Jul 13, 2018
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I'm interested in possibly attempting this. Does anyone know how deep you have to cut? What kind of blade would be best for this?
 
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comfortablydumb

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Jun 19, 2018
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Depends entirely on how much subcutaneous fat your thighs have, so it will be different for every person. A sharp knife with a non-serrated blade would be the best blade.
 
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A Phantasmagoria
Jun 27, 2018
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why bother with the femoral? it's quite hard to reach. how about the radial artery in the wrist?
 
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A Phantasmagoria
Jun 27, 2018
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Of course, I could have been doing it wrong .. Got any tips?

I've been experimenting on it for sometime. If you use a blade, make sure that it goes deep until only the top edge can be seen, or just dig it in deeper. In short, dig deep and deep for real. I've seen a successful exsanguination online by hitting the radial artery. The pressure of the blood is fast and strong. It is my method.
 
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unwell

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I've been experimenting on it for sometime. If you use a blade, make sure that it goes deep until only the top edge can be seen, or just dig it in deeper. In short, dig deep and deep for real. I've seen a successful exsanguination online by hitting the radial artery. The pressure of the blood is fast and strong. It is my method.
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