1000 Ways to Dye: Poison is ingested, venom is injected?
1000 Ways to Dye: Keizer_Ghidorah:And yes, venom is MUCH different from poison, and you CANNOT use "poisonous" and "venomous" interchangeably.Poison is ingested, venom is injected?
billygeek: since when do we need french dubbing over english on Fark?
stevegarbowski: Did he really need to flick the needle to just shoot the venom into a glass?
ZeroCorpse: Why don't we make venom guns?/I've said too much.
Giltric: [www.imfdb.org image 500x281]
deffuse: I'd wager that some of that is caused by the bloods exposure to the air as well, combined with the venom. Not saying is not scary, but I doubt a snake bite curdles your blood that much while its in your nice vacuumy veins.
AdolfOliverPanties: Right on the same page is a link to this very Not Safe For Lunch picture of a snake-bite victim, one of Bear Grylls' producers:http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/05/this-photo-of-a-brutal-snake-bite-i nj ury-taken-by-bear-grylls-is-the-worst-thing-ever/Apparently, drinking piss doesn't help either.
AirGee: deffuse: I'd wager that some of that is caused by the bloods exposure to the air as well, combined with the venom. Not saying is not scary, but I doubt a snake bite curdles your blood that much while its in your nice vacuumy veins.This is what I thought. If you let that blood sit in that glass for just a few mintues it would end up looking like that through normal coagulation. Still, once that stuff gets into the vessels around your heart or lungs...
GungFu: I really hoped it wasn't going to be that particular clip.The most important facet of the whole story is the speed of which the venom reacts in the blood - the guy even says it only takes seconds. So, what do these amateurs do? They make a farkin' edit and we never see the actual reaction that supposedly only takes seconds.Idiots.
Mawson of the Antarctic: "NOPENOPENOPENOPE..." Is this reddit? It must be because I've seen this video on Fark before.
ZeroCorpse: Why don't we make venom guns?
Huck And Molly Ziegler: Now that snake season is upon us (in the southern woodlands anyway), what should we watch out for most? Copperheads? Little rattlers?? Coral snakes, if any??
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