There is an old saying in Louisiana, "Be nice to your neighbors, they have gators and alibis."
Haha, I'm glad this was taken in the spirit I'd hoped...I'd had visions of someone tipping off Homeland Security or something lol.
Yes, I'd advised her that hydroflouric acid would definitely work, but she was hell-bent on using lye for some reason...possibly because using acid is what everyone else uses
Oh and, I prefer pigs for my body recycling needs :twisted:
I got a little lye bead on my skin while making soap a few weeks back.... had a nice perfect little hole in my skin... and FK did it burn.... Oh it burned and hurt soooo bad... but I was at an imperative moment in soaping and stopping - would have resulted in a seizing, so... I kept going...I'm hardcore like that. (Taking one for the team and all that).
All the while I thought...
"WOW that's a good way to torture a person... I wouldn't even kill them first... I'd just pour some water on them - then drop some lye beads on them..."
I'm a mom. And I mean.... I live in Suburbia... I don't have a place to exact such torturous endeavors as I also have terror thoughts of the Breaking Bad Bathtub ShinDig. Nor do I have any enemies (currently) that warrant such thoughts lol
I recall reading about pig farmers being consumed when they had the misfortune to die in the pen. It really gives Charlotte's writing a new, dark twist...
that's some pig (and will eat your face off)
Of course, I'm pretty sure my sweet, adorable cat would also eat me if he suddenly grew to tiger size. He gives me *that* look whenever he's finally caught a moth.
There seems to be a few in history, this one came from Wikipedia:
Leonarda Cianciulli (April 14, 1894 – October 15, 1970) was an Italian serial killer. Better known as the "Soap-Maker of Correggio" (Italian: la Saponificatrice di Correggio), she murdered three women in Correggio between 1939 and 1940, and turned their bodies into soap and teacakes.