Blackhawks Player Artemi Panarin Reveals How He Bathed In Deer Blood For Strength

by 3 years ago

I wouldn’t be surprised if it was eventually revealed that Russia was actually some sort of fragment from another planet that crashed onto Earth and was covered up by the world’s governments. Russian people are nearly a different breed. If I was sent to Russia for a week and forced to survive of my own accord, I’d be dead inside of a day. It’s like colder Australia in that everything wants to kill you but it’s also subzero temperatures most of the time.

All this being said, I’m not shocked that Chicago Blackhawks breakout Artemi Panarin (from Russia) bathed in deer blood as a way to grow stronger.

Would I ever do this? Absolutely not. I have one of the weakest stomachs on the face of the planet. I’m such a sympathetic puker that if I catch a whiff of someone else’s burp there’s a 50/50 chance I’m going to fill the closest container with the contents of my stomach. I cannot even fathom bathing the warm blood of another being. At the same time, I could see how it would work. Imagine absorbing the blood of another being into your body? Then you have like double the amount of blood as everyone else. Imagine all the things you can do with double the blood as your opponents. I mean, I’m no scientist, but I’m pretty sure the Russians are onto something here. Maybe that’s why Captain America doesn’t exist in the real world. The Russians patented the best way to make super soldiers and won’t share.

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