“Mum’s when I catch him on road, he’s getting dipped…”
That there is a threatening sentence normally from the mouth of a traditional English roadman. It translates: I swear on my mother’s life, if I see this particular individual in a specific area of obvious hostile tension, I will stab him.
Yes, I’m requesting to add knives (No this is not a biased NG post, this is just general), because it’s more satisfying to pierce or cut you enemy rather than riddle with bullets (I’M NOT A CRIMINAL BTW)
In my personal experience, I’ve been ‘stabbed’ multiple times, but because knives do not exist, they tend to be FRP. This has made think about this question: Why do we not have knives?
In a criminal perspective, it would be a bit of an advantage as they can attempt to shank that copper down the street through his or her liver… That is, of course, the officer has faster reactions than you and in that case, you’ll be the one dead on the floor bleeding while that pigeon-headed chap 20 studs away casually sits on your car.
For policing, this would make LEOs act more cautious about how they approach certain people. This could allow them to actually enforce the (10 studs?) rule to prevent getting shanked by that bacon-haired scumbag.
Of course, I’m not really bothered if they don’t get added, but it could be a nice touch.