Is Chainsaw Man a Real Life Problem? The US Government Has You Covered!

Is Chainsaw Man a Real Life Problem? The US Government Has You Covered!

The first episode of Studio MAPPA''s got its premiere on Crunchyroll this past Tuesday, October 11th. The story follows Denji and his devil pet Pochita, who hunted devils to make a living. It seems the government was very excited to watch the anime well, because they decided to put up some safeguards about chainsaw usage and maintenance just to be on the safe side.

Here''s how the whole thing started:

Hm.Man made of chainsaws. Hm.

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) on October 12, 2022

Denji and his Chainsaw Devil Pup, Pochita, live off hunting devils and harvesting their remains to repay their debt after facing betrayal and almost dying. Denji, who lives in poverty because of the horrid debt his father left behind at his time of death, is making a compromise with Pochita and becomes Chainsaw Man.

Is there a chainsaw dog?

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) October 12, 2022

Due to what we''re hoping was a misguided approach, even the account had to intervene to remind the Consumer Product Safety Commission that Pochita actually has a name you know, and Pochita is more than a chainsaw pup.

#Pochita has a name. https://t.co/R9kWEp6fxi

Chainsaw Man (@Chainsaw_EN) October 12, 2022

The Consumer Product Safety Commission of the United States took over the floor to provide some safety advice on chainsaw usage and maintenance, while also providing some number of chainsaw incidents and advice on gear while using one. However, they do not indicate that if you are a man made of chainsaws, some of these advice might not apply.

While this might be true, some chainsaw safety precautions may not be required. Note: If you yourself are a chainsaw, these are steps to avoid.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) December 12, 2022

This little PSA did give some back-and-forths:

Considering he''s a man and not a product, does it really fall under your jurisdiction?

Feelin it (@MountMont126) October 12, 2022

Correct. A person made of chainsaws would not. The same as a factory someone gave a machete the other day.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) will meet October 12, 2022.

If a chainsaw user implements a chainsaw safety plan for people who don''t use chainsaws, then what happens?

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) on October 12, 2022

The whole PSA thread from the Consumer Product Safety Commission was found online. It received over 17K retweets and thousands of responses at the time of this writing. Not only that, but they made it a very useful and helpful thread, because I did not know anything about chainsaws other than that whole "They cut down trees quickly and are the main ingredient in a proper''Texas Massacre.''"

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