- n. Plural form of electric shock.
“Consider the famous experiment18 conducted in the early 1960s at Yale by Stanley Milgram, PhD, in which participants were duped into believing that they were delivering painful or even life-threatening electric shocks to a person they could hear but could not see.”
“As far as I am concerned I would be quite happy - in the interests of science - to smash professor Dubosque's glasses or shoot electric shocks into Professor Dieten's bald head and publish an article about how he reacts.”
“He had sent hot pokers up the vaginas of the closest female members of his family, had arranged and gloated in disembowelings, electric shocks applied to delicate portions of anatomies, had tied people to stakes and poured honey over them and waited until the ants arrived, had castrated, mutilated, maimed, and killed.”
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