Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Hypothetical Hump Day: Man or Dog?



Your dog has gone missing so you go searching for it in the field behind your house. You find a cave (assume you just moved to the area and haven't had a chance to explore it yet) and hear noises inside. You go inside and see an injured man lying on the ground who appears seriously hurt but still alive. Near the man you see your dog who also appears seriously injured, but still alive. Right then you look up to see a huge Indiana Jones type of boulder rolling towards you. You only have time to pull either the stranger or your dog out of the cave to safety before the boulder crushes them and most definitely kills them. Who do you save?

A. Your dog
B. The stranger
C. Get crushed by the boulder while trying to decide who to save.
D. Screw my dog and the stranger, I'm getting out of here!

14 comments:

  1. Hmmmm...Good hypothetical Rayburn. I guess my decision would have to be based on why and how we came to this predicament. Since I would have to make my decision quickly I would most likely choose to save the human...but...my ultimate decision would be based on how I assess the situation.

    Explanation: However my dog got there, I know it was with good intentions. Since I don not know this man, I have no idea what he is doing injured in a cave with my dog next to him. Did he catch my dog and take him to the cave for some sweet dog love? It seems a little suspicious. If I felt that there may be some foul play involved, I'm grabbing my dog and getting the hell out of there.

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  2. Obviously A:

    Except it wouldn't be a stranger, it would be Brett. And they wouldn't be injured, just exhausted from Brett humping my dog! As was recently said about Brett: "He's humped most parts of most dogs I've seen him around!"

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  3. It is a little ironic that this post is called Hypothetical Hump Day: Man or Dog?

    My two favorite things to hump...how can I ever choose.

    Casey...get to work.

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  4. alright, that's pretty funny...

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  5. I know I'd rather see Brett hump a dog than a man.

    Funniest instance of Brett's dog-humping I've ever seen:
    Kyle Wilhelm's small, black dog, missionary on the garage floor.

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  6. I would go with A, no doubt about it...my dog is my part of my family and the stranger is not...sorry dude. Now, if the stranger was a hot naked woman, I wonder what Eric would do.

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  7. Brett - Funniest comment to date!

    getting back to work now!

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  8. Kyle's dog is such a whore.

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  9. Yeah definitely A for me too. I know for a fact that my dog is awesome and worth saving, but I don't know the stranger.

    Let's assume in the hypothetical that the stranger could be an injured hobo taking a nap in the wrong place at the wrong time, a coked out of his brain dog-loving creep who kidnapped my dog and was trying to start a family, or the nicest person on the face of the planet who I've never met. For all we know, perhaps my dog wandered into the cave, was attacked by a bear, and this stranger, who was hiking at the time because he loves nature, heard the dog's wimpers in the cave and went in to help. Then the bear also attacked the man and ran out of the cave. About that time, I came across the cave and was put in the above described predicament.

    Not knowing how the stranger and the dog got into the situation, I still think I'm going to rescue my dog. Now if it were my wife or a close friend (that will get you thinking) lying there then I would leave my dog. Yes that's right, I said a "close friend". We have to have priorities in life, don't judge me.

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  10. Brett - I think I found your dream girl. Click on RandiB's profile under the member's section on the left.

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  11. Yes Jake...she does sound pretty cool. I also checked out her blog that she started today. She has a link to your blog on hers, so she must of liked what she saw. And her "about me" section of her profile has inspired me to do something similar, but for comedic purposes only.

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  12. Jake - I updated my profile. Let me know if you think it will help me pick up chicks online. I really built myself up!!

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  13. Brett - You're so money and you don't even know it. I joined your girlfriend's blog as well. I think your dry sarcasm and her vulnerable honesty are a perfect fit. And she's not even a K-9!

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  14. I would also like to point out that I think this why this blog will never make it big. The first time people outside of our circle of friends start following this blog, I instantly start to ridicule them. I really feel bad. Hahaha

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