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Bruce Willis Offers DIY Instructions On How To Kill A Wolf

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Let’s be clear on one thing: Bruce Willis is not promoting the idea of killing wolves for sport. The world has Sarah Palin to turn to for that screwed up DIY. Instead, the 54-year-old actor is offering tips in the latest issue of “Men’s Journal” on survival skills, impressing women, etc.

One such tip is what to do if attacked by a wolf. He suggests the first thing to do is to “give the wolf your arm.”

He explains, “You’ve got to lean into it, stick your arm all the way down his throat. He can’t swallow it because he’s gagging on your arm. You reach in, you grab a handful of something – guts, the back of its throat, whatever you can hold – and pull it out. And try to avoid those claws while you’re doing it.”

So, there you have it. If you’re ever in the wild and some hungry wolf decides to attack, you can thank Bruce Willis as you offer up your arm and hope to God he wasn’t bullshitting you. Unless there are two wolves, and then you’re just screwed.

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