Uh.. I'm pretty sure I hate him. Working the ass off your child when they need sleep most is NOT how you treat me. >.> I probably would almost die of that hike (I hate hiking) and he's gonna have to suck the poison out himself to live. I ain't doin' that even if my life depended on it.
This put a lot of morality at stake...this time it wasn't just one of those I would risk my life no matter what but a more time crucial what if to a family member....Thanks for making me question my morality. In this case I believe he would have tried to remove the problem himself but if he passed out I would most likely keep the fact in mind that I would rather remember saving his life then having him die in front of me.
That's an incorrect method for helping someone who was bitten. Sucking is an outdated method that never worked, can injure the bitten area, give later complications that can lead to loss of limb and just provides risk to yourself. It's even a bad idea to suck your own wound as you're just speeding the spread of the poison with the stimulation (doubly so in the case of a penis).
Sucking poison out does not work. Even with a pump. It doesn't. Dear god people don't do that if you get bitten you're making it worse. /serious for people reading past, don't do that.
Unfortunately for my hypothetical-situation-dad I'm going to get rope or a hairband or cloth from my shirt,wrap it up tightly with pressure for about 2-6 inches above the bite (not tight enough to cut off blood flow, because that will harm recover), demand he sit down (heart must be at higher level than bite), he must stay calm and NOT MOVE and go for help. Pressure bangage is not to be removed until after he gets some help. No food or water.
No. You wanna know why? Because after the event the two people involved could never look at each other the same way again, it would be super awkward from then on. They'd be alive... but pretty much dead on the inside.
And there are other ways...there's always another way.