Sep 26, 2008

But of Course!


I could survive for 1 minute, 6 seconds chained to a bunk bed with a velociraptor


I had years of practice growing up with 5 brothers and two sisters. Heh.

9 comments:

pamibe said...

Is a survival time of 32 seconds bad? Heh...

USMC 9971 said...

I got the same: 1 minute, 6 seconds. I wonder what the longest time possible is, or if there is a "A velociraptor could survive X long chained to a bunk bed with me" outcome.

Wow. I'm really thinking too long on this one.

Beer me.

PeggyU said...

Hmmm. I made it only 57 seconds. Now I have 5 brothers too, but no sisters. So, I guess it's the sisters that make must make you tough!!! ;) Key to kicking raptor butt: Fight like a GIRL!!!

lizardbrain said...

Yeah, it's the sisters. Growing up with 5 of 'em taught me that restraint is only for boys.

Oddly, I don't think my Marine Corps experience helped much.

lizardbrain said...

Shoot. I forgot to include my time.

1 minute 13 seconds.

LeeAnn said...

I survived 41 seconds. This is only from practice from sleeping alongside a man who trims his raggedy toenails once a year and runs in his sleep.

Mike Wilson said...

1 minute 41 sec.

Bow.


(Yeah. I'm the oldest child. What of it? :-p)

Irrelephant said...

A minute thirteen? All I have to do is manage to be chained to a bunkbed with a velociraptor and you, Joan, and maybe while he's scarfing you down I could throttle him with the chains. Heh. It's never a matter of being the fastest when being chased by a tiger, it's only a matter of being slightly faster than the slowest person in the group.

Virgil Xenophon said...

1minute 28, what the hell do you know that I don't, Mike?
I'm an oldest/only child too!