Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Come to think about it for a little while, I'm not entirely sure I believe it to be real.<br><br>First of all, there are plenty of theatrical and magicians supply houses that sell just that sort of gimmick that can be quickly attached to the skin, and they look dead-perfect.<br><br>Secondly, look at the type of scissors. Everybody has a pair of these around the house...go get yours and look at the points. They're purposely shaped at the tips to prevent a serious accidental poking. Sticking like that when thrown at a piece of cardboard, yes. Sticking that deep into muscle tissue? Debateable, and unlikely.<br><br>Still, it's cringingly funny.<br><br>That said, the fat kid's reaction looks pretty genuine, soooo...who knows?<br><br>
You're right, those are blunt nose scissors. They wouldn't have done that.<br><br>Considering the depth of the scissors, they would have had to penetrated into the bone for them to not shake when he moves his arm. Also, the flesh around the blade is raised to support a foundation for glue to hold.<br><br>It's a fake. <br><br>
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