It is better to be flayed than to be burnt.
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The argument has a subjective flaw.
Leaving aside the experience of the inflicted, it would be more cumbersome and difficult to manage a flayed corpse than to manage a burned one ( as ashes).
So even for others, it is better to have a burnt victim rather than a flayed one.
Burning: gasoline and lighter
But more work is required for flaying. You have to keep peeling. It is not only time consuming in the long run but it also requires more effort.
On the other hand, once you got the body lit up, it will do the rest of the work for you.
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Vote Placed by Wylted 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I'm confused the debate seemed to go from the benefits of being flayed and burnt to the benefits of flaying and burning. My interpretation will stick with the benefits of being flayed vs burnt. Pro concedes that being burnt is less painful, with the masochist referance. With the only argument to affirm each side of the resolution being this one, I have to give the win to con. I assume most people are not masochists, so cons arguments about pain carry greater weight than pro's arguments for pleasure from pain.
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