There are too many books and too few fast passes for me to spend on this book.
He's really confident here, isn't he lmao?
I dunno, I didn't read it. I just wanted to make a joke like this when I saw the advertisement on the app that said his right hand transformed into a girl. If you don't get the joke, that's okay; this is not a serious review anyway, you can just skip this review.
I think you mean coca, the plant that's known for having cocaine in it. And yes, apparently if you chew it or make tea from it, it doesn't have detrimental effects, acts as a mild stimulant and suppresses hunger, thirst, pain and fatigue. Coke is (1) the street name of cocaine, the alkaloid found in and extracted from coca, and (2) that wildly known soft drink. When it was first made, is main ingredients were the extracts of coca and cola plants, which gave that famous brand its name. They stopped putting coca extract in it in 1903 though.
That would work too, I just pointed out the typo.
I seriously wonder why decapitation is considered immediate death by most people. It takes up to 10 seconds for the decapitated person to lose consciousness and 3 to 6 minutes for brain death and that's for humans and this time is shorter for smaller animals, like rodents. The question is, how can a hydra die even faster after decapitation?