Second, SO LAME. Oh, the doing of it might have been funny, but anyone who feels the need to tell a story like that about himself, with that level of detail, on Facebook is undeniably, unquestionably lame. And he’s so proud of himself, too. Fucking Kim isn’t helping, either.
Having cut up many a body, it’s only the thicker bones, clavicle size thickness upwards, that you’d need specialist tools. A circular saw does the business fabulously. A mask is also a must. Bone dust in the back of throat really dries you up, or have a tasty beverage within reach – the choice is yours.
@12 I find that if you cut them up alive, there’s a hardly any bone dust! Remember to apply a tourniquet before removing the limbs, since this can lead to fatal blood loss. Finish with decapitating your victim and make sure you have a vessel at hand to collect the blood that will ooze out. I personally prefer to hang the body up side down before decapitation because I don’t like a mess. Sawdust helps in case of spills.
One word of advise, wear a full protective suit, safety glasses, shoe covers and a respirator.
Ah, so that’s why you’ve been missing, mofo. That’s a pain. You could always start over, I guess. Or you could use your twitter more often. You have some followers now. Actually, I thought your absence was due to the fact that you’re getting married on Friday. You are Prince Willy, aren’t you?
I don’t get twitter, curly, but maybe it’s because I don’t follow enough of the right people. And did you find our resident spunk junkie on Facebook? He’s easy to find. No major stalking skills required.