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Hi all,

Hypothetically speaking, if i made an attempt to freeze my left leg with dry ice from the mid thigh down, i would need to admit myself to hospital once i'd done it, at which point they would ask 'what happened?'

What could i say when it came to telling them how it happened?

Any ideas welcome

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Really a difficult question, I think there is no escape, you should go to an area where you have medical coverage and do it there, outside where they know you, if you tell them the truth after leaving, what you tell them will remain in the past !

And to your friends and family you can lie to them, telling them that you hurt yourself with a saw in the house of a friend cutting wood.



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That's about as far as i got, definitely a difficult question.

The best story i can think of is go somewhere snowy for a weekend, few drinks at pub, then lost in a shortcut on way back to b&b/hostel, maybe leg falls through ice?

If they believe me or not, i'm starting to care less and less now, aslong as the damage is done.

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If you have an area of snow your alibi is easy.

In my case I want to lose a hand to replace it with hooks, but I will not deny it, it gives me a little fear, luckily it is only a hand, and at the height of the wrist, no more.

I do not know when I do, I feel like it, but there are always other factors, because your world changes a lot.



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If you have an area of snow your alibi is easy.

In my case I want to lose a hand to replace it with hooks, but I will not deny it, it gives me a little fear, luckily it is only a hand, and at the height of the wrist, no more.

I do not know when I do, I feel like it, but there are always other factors, because your world changes a lot.


I do plan to go to a remote snow destination in the winter to make it sound plausible.

Would leg falling through ice, then getting lost, then passing out from the alcohol sound genuine?

Or can anyone think of a better excuse?



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The hard part to believe is that only one leg, unless you say you got stuck inside some rocks with that leg



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I'd probably just say 'I took something and I don't know what happened, I was camping in the wilderness when I took this 'pill' someone gave me. I woke up several hours later in a daze, my leg sticking out of the sleeping bag in the frigid temps. Will still be questionable but I don't see them scrutinizing it in too much depth. I'm planning on dry ice as well, but I'm going to be bilateral and got 'stuck' under something with extremities exposed. Best of luck.á



-- Edited by Michael on Sunday 20th of August 2017 04:15:01 AM

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Michael wrote:

I'd probably just say 'I took something and I don't know what happened, I was camping in the wilderness when I took this 'pill' someone gave me. I woke up several hours later in a daze, my leg sticking out of the sleeping bag in the frigid temps. Will still be questionable but I don't see them scrutinizing it in too much depth. I'm planning on dry ice as well, but I'm going to be bilateral and got 'stuck' under something with extremities exposed. Best of luck.á



-- Edited by Michael on Sunday 20th of August 2017 04:15:01 AM


I did think about that, or saying that i had a bit to drink and passed out but plan on driving to the hospital when daylightá

I'm going to say we was in the wilderness when we got lost with no tents, we crossed a river/stream with stepping stones but one leg went in the water and got lost in wilderness until daylight and we found the car, by which time the leg had frozen. Unless i can think of anything better meanwhile.

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I can confirm that it's best to be in a snowy area and get lost, maybe with some alcohol

before. Then tell them you had to stray arround, walked into a water hole though ice, remove the shoe and tell you have lost it...

then go to hospital and they will soon remove your iced foot.



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Dry ice burns are obvious as to what they are. It really isn't going to matter what story you make up. Immediately the doctors will know the cause of the injury and go automatic limb saving mode. If the leg is left in long enough they really won't have an option other than amputation but there is a good chance that it won't be quick and it will involve a lot of pain.

If you don't leave the leg in long enough and they decide not to amputate, the pain you live through will REALLY make you wish you were an amputee.
I wish you the best of luck.

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correction : exbiidlbk@gmail.com



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