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Most painful way of dying:Drowning or Burning?

Erm........ After much thought :) I think that Drowning would be worse as The water crushes your lungs and you can't breath and I Don't Know i just think Drowning o_O
 MiizLadiDiime posted over a year ago
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MrOrange16 said:
If I ever drown or burn to death, I'll tell you.
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lol *votes best
I_DONT-KNOW posted over a year ago
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haha. I like this one.
x-menobsessed26 posted over a year ago
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and if i do i'll confirm it
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Delilah_Scruggs said:
I think Burning to death. Because I've been underwater for a while and while it's a panic, it's not really painful. Obviously, though, I didn't drown.

Either way would be a pretty horrible death.
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irismess said:
drowned in a sea of oil ... which is burning.

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AW HELL Iris! :( That's terrible!
Lawli-gagger posted over a year ago
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well is just a nightmare..
irismess posted over a year ago
Insane4ever said:
Well with my bad luck i had expirience with both....i almost drawned when i was 5 n i burned rl bad when i was 6 so id say burning.......thats what i think couse i expirienced em.......
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Jesus Christ! You experienced both and you're still alive?!
melody_the_cat posted over a year ago
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I said ALMOST drowned n got burned rl bad not 2 death
Insane4ever posted over a year ago
lolibarbie said:
Drowning.
With burning you suffocate because of the smoke before the real pain sets in.
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I agree, definately drowning, I think that would be the worst ever death...
The-MCR-Army posted over a year ago
CMxJ2xKA_L0Ve said:
Definitely burning! It hurts to even accidentally burn your finger but being burned alive would be the worst EVER!
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ros59 said:
being turned into a vampire.
But if the Cullens spasificlly Carlisle turned me into one it would not be as bad.

Neither.
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Misharrypotter said:
drowning
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alismouha said:
I wouldn't know,I haven't tried either.
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Lawli-gagger said:
Oh Jesus.

Man they are both fucked up...but maybe drowning.
I have a fear of big bodies of water so that may be contributing to it.


But man burning.
*shudders*
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"Big dies of water" where ??? I havet seen one xD lol
irismess posted over a year ago
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0_e lol stop smoking
Lawli-gagger posted over a year ago
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hey!! how did you know?? well Polo cant find me soo I'm bored.. hehehe
irismess posted over a year ago
EmzLovesCheryl said:
I think that these are both the worst two ways to die, but I think drowning.

Because it must be horrible feeling yourself going down and gradually, slowly dying. Whereas, although burning would happen slowly, i think that the actual death would actually happen quite quickly. Not that I'd know though.

I'm scared of the open ocean, but I'm also incredibly scared of fire, after an incident with a candle when I was 7.
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Monrose said:
It depends. Is the water cold? Are you being burned directly, or do you die before the fire reach your body? Anyway, I've heard that drowning is the most comfortable way to die. 1-0 to drowning!
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From who? How would they know! Drowning looks horrible. I mean, of course it is, its death, but I mean compared to other deaths.
EmzLovesCheryl posted over a year ago
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And how would YOU know? THEY know because they've talked with people who've had a near death experience. They can tell what it felt like. And they say it's pretty... ok. Of course, it's traumatic and all that, but compared to things like jumping off a building, being hanged etc.
Monrose posted over a year ago
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I was close to drowning and at least the water was warm at deep river waterpark but I guess compared to other deaths then yeah, drowning could be a better one...
CourtneyFan17 posted over a year ago
K5-HOWL said:
Burning because my dream death is drowning xD It sounds peaceful well till you actually start drowning .-. Anyway it's how I want to die.
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Burning because my dream death is drowning xD It sounds peaceful well till you actually start drowning .-. Anyway it's how I want to die.
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Beautiful picture :D
The-MCR-Army posted over a year ago
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nice pic
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r-pattz said:
There are much, much worse ways to die. You know, like illnesses, like being buried alive, like being dead while still breathing.

Of those two? Eh, drowning. *shrugs*
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I agree. Being buried alive though, you would, just like drowning, eventually start slipping into an oxygen deprevation induced coma. Illness though. Ugh!
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ISABELLA92 said:
I WOULD SAY BURNING TO DEATH WOULD BE MORE PAINFUL BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO FEEL AS YOUR BODY SLOWLY BURNS. BESIDES BURNS ARE PAINFUL.
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JadeEyes said:
depends on how fast it is and whether you're unconsious or not. id have to say drowning though, but it could just be because i have a fear of drowning.
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x-menobsessed26 said:
I've heard that from studies that scientists have done, drowning is like falling asleep because the oxygen can't reach your lungs, let alone the rest of your body, so you start to fall into a coma. They conducted these tests on animals though, so...yeah. Burning would hurt a lot worse though, obviously.
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JoannaVonDoom said:
I think both of them are equally painful cause in both cases you cant breath...
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GaGaBoi said:
Drowing is painful due to lack of oxygen to the brain, which then causes violent convulsions. (basically EXTREME seizures)

Burning is only painful for a short amount of time as the nervs under your skin are burned so therefore you get a numb feeling.


I'd rather Drown, atleast my body would look the same, not all burned up. Plus i love the water.
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caralina100 said:
What about if your burning so you jump in a lake to put yourself out only to drown?
I say that's worse because it's both combined
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CourtneyFan17 said:
Well I hate open fires because my old house burned down and burnt my Dad up. (He's still alive). So I would have to say fire.
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melody_the_cat said:
Well, I was about to drown one day, and it's not painful. First, you feel a panic, but then you just stop breathing slowly, your moviments are slowed and you have a calm death without any hurt (I didn't die!). Burning is more painful. You feel your body heating and your flesh burning. At least I think it's like that. If I had to choise, I would pick "Drowning".

BTW, I dream about burning lots of times. And it's always painful!
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Jeffersonian said:
Really, it would be burning. From the many crime dramas I've watched, the people who run around screaming while on fire look to be in more pain than those who briefly struggle for air before losing conciousness and dying.
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teamsalvatore98 said:
Drowning. If I were burning on a stake, per se, I'd go from wanting to get the hell away from it to gripping it and wanting to stay near it. Drowning can make you feel numb and make you go unconcious, and if you go unconcious then you won't be able to see the ones you love. At least burning on a stake you could see them and know that they're okay.
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PaisleyPark said:
Burning.


I think that's one of the worst ways to die.
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dekuscrub5 said:
Burning to death would be much worse than drowning
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kittencutie119 said:
neither. the worst way to die is to be buried alive. *shudder* cant stand it
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DibLuver25 said:
Drowning. It would take longer and would be a lot more uncomfortable then being burned, when being burned you usually pass out from the smoke first then you can't really feel the flames....so yeah....
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MJangellover said:
They are the worst ,but burning can be helped with water
I think drowning
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Deusxibit said:
Well, I don't know about you, but drowning while you're on fire sounds pretty bad to me.
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swiftfire1 said:
well, considering that i used to have an extremely bad phobia of fire, i would say that that would be the most painful for me.
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hellomia said:
I would have to say burning to death would be much more painful than drowning. Both wouldn't be too pleasant though.
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Courtneyfan785 said:
Burning.When i Was like 3 i was running around and i fell into a fire pit.It was out but it burned both arms and both legs.
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WhateverShay said:
Actually, personal experience has nothing to do with it so most of your answers are invalid. Burning is not the most painful way to die because yes, it does hurt, but after your nerves have been burned through (which I doubt has happened to most of the ones who decided to answer this question) you can no longer feel any pain. With drowning, you can feel every drop of water entering your lungs replacing the air that was once there. Your lungs become crushed and there is literally no way to breathe. (which I also doubt has happened to most of the people answering this question-otherwise you wouldn't exactly be answering.)
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doorsgirl666 said:
Drowning wouldn't be that painful.
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