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Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by PlaydoughBrain, Aug 10, 2006.

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Which would you prefer

  1. Freezing to death

    9 vote(s)
    75.0%
  2. Burning to death

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
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  1. PlaydoughBrain

    PlaydoughBrain Thread Starter

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    If you had a choice, would you rather freeze to death or burn to death?
     
  2. Pistoff

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    If I had a choice - Neither :p
     
  3. PlaydoughBrain

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    You only have a choice between the two!
     
  4. Pistoff

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    May I answer that with one question?
    If I scare you half to death the first time, what will happen on the second? :confused:
    Just having fun (y)
     
  5. PlaydoughBrain

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    thats how the dinosaurs died.... they got scared half to death twice.
     
  6. Pistoff

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    Hello PlaydoughBrain,
    May I make a suggestion? The color on your signature is hard to read with my ageing eyes. I have to highlight it to read.

    "Go out and buy some playdough, you will NEVER BE BORED!
    P.S. Whoever said you are what you eat obviously didn't like vegetables. ".
     
  7. PlaydoughBrain

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    There, I changed it just for you. :D
     
  8. Pistoff

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    I didn't mean for any hostility. It was just hard to read blue on blue.
    Thanks all the same. :D
    Sometimes my brain is a direct resemblance of Playdough! :D
    -p-
     
  9. Kramer55

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    I would rather freeze to death; possibly a gradual freeze where it would shut down parts of my body, rather than give me frost bite all over.
     
  10. JEBWrench

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    Hypothermic sleep is a much more pleasant prospect than intense searing. ;)
     
  11. Pistoff

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    I don't enjoy my steaks well-done :p
     
  12. saltydawgs

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    if you choose burn to death...you seriously have to think over your priorities.
     
  13. jp1203

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    I would rather freeze as well. Living where it rarely hits above 80 in the summer and is almost always below 20 in the Winter might make me not notice it as much
     
  14. InfernoReaper

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    Burn because im a pyro and i hate the cold (but i guess you could live frozen)
     
  15. bnfmsgeek

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    Definitely frozen - I hear it's an almost pain-free way of dieing.
    Actually I'd rather be instantly vaporized- 1 milisecond of bright light and Poof! (I got that idea from the classic Wargames)
     
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