Splinching... ?



So a girl in school loses a leg and is put back together with no ill
effects such that the trio don't even discuss it.

Ron loses a chunk of arm... and loses so much blood in a few seconds
he is ill for a week.

Surely the blood loss from losing a *leg* would be far greater than a
chunk of arm and would be a talking point for hours... or days
afterwards??

Wouldn't just the *risks* involved in splinching be discussed ad
nauseam by all the kids learning how to do it??

Seems 'odd' to me.

Welshdog
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