Chickens are electrocuted or the heads removed in the 'civil" world. We would think that anything would feel some pain if the brain is not shut down. Major trauma kills instantly, but your brain has to receive the message to die before it can die.
If a knife is sharp enough, the chicken won't feel it (just when you get a papercut, you notice it later after a few seconds.). These few seconds are crucial when it comes to pain.
Normally when you slaughter an animal, you slice his throat. When done with a sharp knife, the animal will not get oxygen to it's brains, and he will be incapacitated within 3-4 seconds. The cut consists of a swift, deep incision with a sharp knife on the neck, cutting the jugular veins and carotid arteries of both sides but leaving the spinal cord intact. Although he is not dead (it's heart still pumps), it can not feel anything.). It is very important not to cut the spinal cord, otherwise the animal will feel pain.
On second note: Jewish and Islamic beliefs state that the animal must not suffer and that is why they slice the throat. Then they hang the animal upside down so all blood can go out of the body. Basically when you sliced the throat, you let the heart do all the work by pumping the blood out. This is one of the main conditions of "Kosher" or "Halal" meat.
Conclusion: No it does not feel pain, unless the knife is not sharp enough and you cut the spinal cord. Only slice the throat (notice how you do not behead it, but a small slice in the throat will suffice.)
It feels sharp pointer than a stick that's for sure
a knife.... i think it would hurt. alot.
There are several ways. One is to feel across the edge a sharp knife will feel as if it catches on the ridges of your finger print. How ever you have to be careful you could lay open a finger. Another is the see if it will shave the hair on an arm or leg. Disadvantage you can wind up with big bald spots or nasty nicks. You can also learn yo look at the blade usually under a light if you can see the thickness in the blade edge, if you can it could use some more work.
You can eat chicken and chips when you feel like it.
Increadibly sharp, Most people can't even feel it when they are bit.
Pregnancy does not cause any sharp pains. Labor do later on.
sharp beak. furry
It must feel that good
A really sharp pain on your side.
sharp enough to slice through your skin and not feel it. Just like broken glass.
because the edge of the knife is very sharpbut the both sides of the is not sharp.so,it feels differnt.
Yes you feel a quick, sharp pain. but its good cos your about to have sex baby!!
It is a survival mechanism. When something is wrong, pain allows the body to react and avoid pain. If you didn't feel pain, you wouldn't know to move away from a fire that was burning you, or avoid sharp objects. You could back into a knife and not know it, get cut really badly and bleed to death and never know it.
Joseph P. Spang has written: 'Look sharp! Feel sharp! Be sharp!' -- subject(s): Gillette Safety Razor Company
makes you feel better
No. Feel sorry for them.
wtff. why would you do that. always go to a pro.
I like women and lots. I feel bad for midgets. O yes chicken is tastey.
because you are tired
Step 1Buy some soap. Get some nice bars for the eventual finished product, but don't forget some inexpensive practice bars. (Ivory is perfect.)Step 2 Think of some simple designs that will not be impossible to carve: fish are always good, a simple bird, or perhaps just a shape, such as a heart.Step 3 Sketch the outline of the shape on the bar with a knife or other sharp instrument such as a nut pick.Step 4 Hold the knife in your right hand and the soap in your left (reverse this if you're left-handed).Step 5 Pay attention to the feel of the knife. How thick a layer can you take off at once? Where does the knife get stuck?Step 6 Use a sharp knife to gradually shave away layers until you achieve the shape you want.
he feels that he likes chicken nuggets
They feel the same as chicken eggs or goose eggs or bird eggs or ostrich eggs or anything, only they're the same size as a chicken egg.
It feels like a sharp pressure or extreme pain.