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Locked in an old cell underneath a women's prison.

 

:lol:

 

Would be good to go out in a soap-like fashion. Buying some Dan bars in the corner shop and having a tram slam into your head.

 

You're much more likely to be ran over by a Butcher, or suffer a heart attack at your most blissful moment.

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Vlad the impaler style...

 

 

Impalement was Vlad's preferred method of torture and execution. His method of torture was a horse attached to each of the victim's legs as a sharpened stake was gradually forced into the body.  Death by impalement was slow and agonizing. Victims sometimes endured for hours or even days. Vlad often had the stakes arranged in various geometric patterns. The most common pattern was a ring of concentric circles in the outskirts of a city that constituted his target[citation needed]. The height of the spear indicated the rank of the victim. The corpses were often left decaying for months.

 

Must knack your arse like

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getting sliced around the mi section and having your skin peeled up over your head and tied shut so you suffocate in your own skin

 

TBF, you'd bleed out well before you suffocated if you were cut in two.

 

not cut in 2, just sliced so that your skin can be peeled back

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Discounting some unlikely forms of medieval torture or being raped to death by zombies, I would say it is between three:

 

1. Slowly murdered (not a quick shot to the head).

2. A degenerative, painful disease like incurable cancer or Alzheimer's.

3. Plane crash.

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There has been much debate over how long the sailors might have survived. Some, particularly on the Russian side, say that they would have died very quickly; water is known to leak into a stationary Oscar-II craft through the propeller shafts and at 100 m depth it would have been impossible to plug. Others point out that many potassium superoxide chemical cartridges, used to absorb carbon dioxide and chemically release oxygen to enable survival, were found used when the craft was recovered, suggesting some of the crew survived for several days. Kolesnikov's last note has a time of 15:15, indicating that he and the others in the aft compartment lived at least four hours after the explosion.[3]

 

These cartridges appear to have been the cause of death; a sailor appears to have accidentally brought a cartridge in contact with the sea water, causing a chemical reaction and a flash fire. The official investigation into the disaster showed some men appeared to have survived the fire by plunging under the water. (Fire marks on the walls indicate the water was at waist level in the lower area at this time.) However, the fire rapidly used up the remaining oxygen in the air, causing death by asphyxiation.[4]

 

Sinking in a submarine with no chance of a rescue would be pretty bad.

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