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Posted By: Patrick

Posted On: Sep 29, 2003
Views: 750
Snake to the face

I imagined myself in each of these situations and snake to the face takes it... I think it's because allot of people have those friends that think snakes are cool... and people who think owning snakes is cool are also usually people who think scaring you with their snakes is funny stuff. So basically I see this as the option with the hightest probability of actually happening to me someday.

Peace


Posted By: Nik Ashmost

Posted On: Sep 29, 2003
Views: 747
RE: Snake to the face

I considered the snake option, but snakes are just herps. The only way a snake on my face would take #1 is if it's a boa and it's constricting around my neck, that'd really suck to wake up with. Otherwise, snot in my face is unacceptable, absolutely nasty.


Posted By: somechick

Posted On: Sep 29, 2003
Views: 736
RE: Snake to the face

I have to agree that snake to the face is not really that big a deal (unless you have a phobia of snakes) but snot in the face makes me want to puke just thinking about it. Gross! Hands down the worst way to wake, because almost every other option goes away when you jump out of bed or whatever, but the snot would just stay there.


Posted By: kallisti

Posted On: Oct 2, 2003
Views: 706
I guess it depends on the snake.

When I read this option and pictured it in my mind, I imagined a rattlesnake. That is probably why I picked this answer. A boa constricter would give you enough time to figure out what is going on before it killed you, while a rattlesnake (or cobra, for that matter) would poison you before you even realized what was up.

I like snakes and I picked this answer....*shutter*.


Posted By: Nik Ashmost

Posted On: Oct 2, 2003
Views: 704
RE: Snake to the face

Do you live in a remote area with no such thing as a hospital or access to an antidote? because then I'd understand the fear of death. But a rattlesnake or cobra wouldn't likely kill you that easily in this modern age of medicine...unless you're involved in one of those "god's will" religions and refuse medical attention I guess.


Posted By: kallisti

Posted On: Oct 2, 2003
Views: 702
hehe

Good point. Medical science does allow for the quick treatment of snakebites.

No, I don't live in a remote area....but I do live in Arizona. We have a lot of rattlers out here. I guess that may be why the snake answer really got me more than the others. The idea of something with a loaded sac of venom and a set of sharp teeth to dispense it with on my face just really gives me the heeby-jeebies. And waking up to that would be doubly horrifying. Ah well, to each their own. :)