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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Well, holy tornado! That sounds both terrifying and effective.

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    No, it would be a gradual form of suicide.
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    You guys, I think this is a metaphor for America.
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    Unless someone added something extra to the hot dog before I ate myself (e.g. an extra sausage) then I would still be starving after I ate myself.

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    I'd eat the bread.

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    Depends. Am I kosher? If I'm a kosher Vienna beef hot dog, then yes. And I shall taste delicious >.<
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    We should make hot dogs our currency. Then, you could have a hot dog any time you wanted.

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    Nope. My self preservation instinct is too strong. I would eventually find something else. Also depends how starving I am.

    Am I really the last thing on earth I can eat? If so....then maybe. And only if I don't feel any pain...then maybe.

    If there's pain involved, nope. Then I'm not gonna choose to be a hot dog then.

    Also if there's nothing left to eat but myself, and there's pain...then...then...why's it matter if I eat myself. Cause I wouldn't be finding another meal after me anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kquirk View Post
    You guys, I think this is a metaphor for America.
    That's profound! I think.


    I know this is a joke, but I learned in some class that if you were actually starving and had the option to cut off a limb and cook and eat it, it actually would be a bad idea because the shock of losing a limb would be too much. So nature prefers our bodies to remain intact and starve, than to gradually eat ourselves. Our bodies have their own ways of eating themselves; we burn fat (including from our brains), then we begin to consume muscle, then our organ systems begin to shut down to use less energy, and then we die. So we eat ourselves from the inside out in a holistic fashion rather than from the outside in piece by piece.

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