Is it true that if someone got stabbed with a pen and the ink kinda flow into the person's body, he/she might suffer from skin cancer in result of that?
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I think it's highly unlikely. You shouldn't worry about that. I've been stabbed in the chest with BIC pen and I was fine.
I'd be more concerned of ink poisoning rather than skin cancer...
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lmao at how steveo inculded that it was a BIC pen.
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If a little bit of pen ink increased the risk of skin cancer, then tattoos would be considered pre-cancerous, which they're not.
I live in a little redneck rural town named Cleburne. A bunch of the people who were Born In Cleburne don't think much of people that have moved there. We call them BICs. Not to be confused with PRIC (presently residing in Cleburne). Nobody wants to be a DIC (died in Cleburne).
That bic pen hurt it was one of those clear hard plastic ones and it went in about 1" into my chest. I had low body fat then not protection it hurt. The guy got beat up buy my buddies.
I developed this phobia for BIC pens since