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    Default Do you think it is possible to decapitate someone with kitchen scissors?

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    I don't think kitchen scissors could be sharp enough or strong enough to chop through the vertebrae in the neck. You also have to mention whether or not its going to be a clean, one cut decapitation or a gradual one with many chops.

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    No, kitchen.scissora don't open wide enough, plus there's sharper objects in the kitchen and even if you did it with an open blade they'd probably break before you got very far, just go get a gun and shoot them

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    You could get the job done, If you cared enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    I don't think kitchen scissors could be sharp enough or strong enough to chop through the vertebrae in the neck. You also have to mention whether or not its going to be a clean, one cut decapitation or a gradual one with many chops.

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    I saw this question on yahoo answers and I'm just morbidly curious as to whether or not it's actually possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    I saw this question on yahoo answers and I'm just morbidly curious as to whether or not it's actually possible
    Good alibi, stick with that

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    Assuming good kitchen scissors, a whetstone, lack of resistance, and enough time, I think I could do it.
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    Probably possible, albeit extremely messy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    I saw this question on yahoo answers and I'm just morbidly curious as to whether or not it's actually possible
    Ah... Yahoo Answers, the pioneers of strange questions.

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    "Will we ever walk on the surface of the sun?" (best reply ever: "only at night")
    "My wife just changed her facebook status from "Married" to "Widowed". Should I be worried?"
    "Can I tell by the smell of my husband's gas if he has been cheating?"
    "Was Michelle Obama born a man?"
    "Evolutionists, how come animals have not evolved to fly around outer space outside the atmosphere of Earth?"
    "How were unicorns made?"
    "HELP MY NIPPLE FELL OFF!!!!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Ah... Yahoo Answers, the pioneers of strange questions.

    Actual Article Names:

    "Will we ever walk on the surface of the sun?" (best reply ever: "only at night")
    "My wife just changed her facebook status from "Married" to "Widowed". Should I be worried?"
    "Can I tell by the smell of my husband's gas if he has been cheating?"
    "Was Michelle Obama born a man?"
    "Evolutionists, how come animals have not evolved to fly around outer space outside the atmosphere of Earth?"
    "How were unicorns made?"
    "HELP MY NIPPLE FELL OFF!!!!?"
    Yeah.. there are also people on that site claiming to be head over heels in love with their pets
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