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horse sized duck or 100 duck sized horses?
I would perfer to beat up 100 duck size p rob's. But I would think it would be easier to fight one single horse size duck than a hundered duck size horses.
The duck sized horses, assuming that all proportions of a horse remained the same.
Ducks weight 1.6 to 3.5 lbs. 100 horse sized ducks weigh at most 350 lbs all together. Horses also have relatively small legs relative to the size of their body, as well as rather narrow, spindly legs. They'd be rather easy to kick to pieces.
A horse can weigh as much as 1300 lbs. A horse sized duck is basically like fighting a small dragon.
what's worse; 100 dead hooker in a tree or 1 dead hooker in 100 trees?
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Wow, thorough analysis. I'm convinced it's 100 duck-sized horses.
This. A horse-sized duck would probably be able to just rip your head off with its massive beak. Regular sized horses only present a danger because of their strength and size. As far as tiny horses are concerned, they are essentially powerless. You could pretty much just kick them to death.
Hi, this is not reddit.
100 Dana Jacobsons?
Craig James would know the answer to that I bet
December 3, 2011 - Forever haunted by what I witnessed...
Did CRAIG JAMES KILL FIVE HOOKERS?
I don't remember reading about that anywhere...
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I think she is more of a horse sized horse.
LOL what he said. I would have no chance against that bastard.
There is no evidence that CRAIG JAMES KILLED 5 HOOKERS. If you really look closely at the facts it is unlikely that CRAIG JAMES KILLED 5 HOOKERS.
I don't know why but I can't stop laughing at this...+1
Can you stop with all this hijinx? There is no reason to assert that CRAIG JAMES, in any way shape or form KILLED FIVE HOOKERS. IT never HAPPENED.
this made my day. well done, sir!
or 100 trees inside a dead hooker?
To die in ann arbor is redundant
quit bringing my ex into this.
he didn't say an emotionally dead, though still very much alive, hooker.
damn, thought there was a u to i 'vowel' shift when I first looked at this thread.
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Definitely would rather take on 100 duck sized horses, if ensuring victory is the only goal. But I demand excellence in everything I do, and killing a horse sized duck would be a much bigger accomplishment and bring me much more acclaim and adulation. I'd be a hero . . . A modern day legend. They may name a school after me. So while crushing a bunch of tiny horses would be easier, and tangling with a giant duck much more dangerous, I must say that I'd rather fight the monstrous duck. No guts, no glory.
Is the duck ill temperd?
P Rob, you gonna do an AMA?
It really comes down to the type/style of weapons I would be allowed to use.
If I was only armed with a broom or a hockey stick; then I'd chose the 100 tiny horses.
If I was only armed with a single shot or slow to reload large caliber gun then I'd chose the huge duck.
You are armed with nothing.
100 horses would wear you out and gnaw you to death stampeding you all at once. One single duck isn't that big of a deal just hop on that mofo and choke him.
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