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    Re: Instant Death, not for the faint of heart

    If your head is chopped off, you'll still be alive for like 5-10 seconds. That's roughly the time it takes for the electricity in your brain to fade

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    Re: Instant Death, not for the faint of heart

    Quote Originally Posted by shonen
    If your head is chopped off, you'll still be alive for like 5-10 seconds. That's roughly the time it takes for the electricity in your brain to fade
    I think at that specific moment your whole body is in such shock that the fact that u are still kicking is just a reaction from the body ..
    Look at a chicken when u chop his head off som of them can actually run for a while heard that from a farmer that deals with chickens.
    So yeah i am not sure what happens....

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