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  liebe123110  |  29

I've been told it takes the same amount of strength to bite through a carrot as it would to bite through your pinky finger. But the brain stops you from doing it.

By  popularonion  |  33

Could you not feel the ketchup on your finger? And, even half asleep, how did you not realize you weren't holding a fry, but instead lifting your finger up to your mouth??

  trollcrusher  |  17

You're trying to look at this rationally. Sleep deprived people aren't often rational, believe it or not. You don't think they were actually hungry for their finger, do you?


You do know that it takes the same amount of force to bite through a carrot to bite through a finger? The only thing able to stop you from doing so are your pain receptors. So it wouldn't be that hard to bite yourself and cause enough damage to where you'd need stitches; especially when sleep deprived like OP.

  brezzyanna  |  17

You're right,not isn't hard to bite through your finger. But it takes much more force to bite a carrot than a French fry. French fries barely need to be chewed.

  katykills  |  15

My daughter decided to put her fingers in my mouth when I was talking one time and I bit her fairly hard just because I was talking. If you don't think you're putting a finger in your mouth (yours or otherwise) your brain won't tell you to hold back. My daughter didn't need stitches but she cried a lot haha. It's all in your head.

  ThatOneChick856  |  36

#41- which is probably why OP just needs stitches and his finger wasn't completely snapped off