Yeah, sorry, I have no further info. Went to Norway in 2001 with my family, went to a sculpture park in Oslo full of work by this guy Vigeland, and this was one of them. No backstory, whether it's from mythology, or gonores's very hand...
If the kids get a little training, there's no way you can take on 30. One of them is going to get in a good shot below the belt. Then another will. Then another. You'll go down soon enough. Soon, you'll be getting kicked in the head and then it's lights-out.
You'd be lucky to handle 10.
lmao - ur **** is weak man. i am thinking about the kid i babysit that is 5. a standard 5 year old boy who is pry preached a little to much GOd and Jesus though. lucky for 10? i will gladly take on a half court packed full of these little ****ers if its a mix between boys and girls. Troy, ****, bring them on. there 5. it would take one pinky finger and an arm to kill any one of them. i would straight charge the whole half court full and watch em fall down like bowling pins. Strike!
Last edited by p2 dog, p2; 06-25-2013 at 10:39 AM.
If I could select the 4 strongest/smartest 5 year olds and train them for 11 months so that they are 5 years 11 months I would wager the 4 5 year olds could defeat any of you. 6 would be bad overkill.
5 year olds are amazingly durable. i.e. they dont go out as easy as you might think. With training, numbers are hard to overcome.
OMG - put me on a basketball court with atleast 15 of this kid and im winning for sure. a basketball court is more than enough space to be elusive vs 20 of him and single them out. this kid is giving up after i grab him for 5 seconds or after i punch or kick him my hardest, pretty much regardless of the area i land it.
I was just imagining a few 5 year olds in my office. i mean if its a mix of average boys and girls **** is getting ugly. u can throw 30 of them in my 15 by 15 room and there all dead for sure. now i got to thing about bashing kids all day man. I was just bumping this yeezy and started throwing out air punches, kicks, elbows, lunges, headbutts etc against imaginary 5 year olds
Last edited by p2 dog, p2; 06-25-2013 at 10:56 AM.
here i go again, double fisting the air like its a pornstar. 200 imaginary kids in the gymnasium laying on the floor bruised, bleeding, and crying for mom because they have ZERO ****ing pain tolerance BAM, training would help them a little though, maybe
Last edited by p2 dog, p2; 06-26-2013 at 10:17 AM.
Reason: 10 LMAO
I can how this would be possible if they came at you one by one, in single file - or at most, never more than one or two within our reach. However, that's not how it would actually play out. You would be swarmed on all sides by 5/10/15 of them almost immediately, and while they might not be able to inflict serious damage and you may be ale to wade through the first few, they are almost certain to take you off balance before you get through any sizeable number, and you will expend a lot of energy from the floor fighting to get up from the inevitable pile up. The question becomes how many cycles of this can you get through, and how many kids can you take out in the process without totally gassing yourself out.
I'm willing to guess not many of you have spent serious time on a punching bag - it's hard work, and if you aren't a pro or in seriously good shape then your power and speed diminish extremely quickly.
A Japanese TV show took three expert fencers and pitted them against 50 amateurs.
I honestly didn’t think this would be that interesting and expected the Musketeers to easily get taken out right away or, if they survived more than 30 seconds, to handily finish off the rest of the crowd…nothing in between. But it’s fascinating what happens.
The crowd, being a crowd, does not initially do what it should, which is rush the experts and take them out right away with little regard for individual survival. But pretty much every person fights for themselves. And instead of getting easier for the Musketeers near the end, it gets more difficult. The few remaining crowd members start working together more effectively. The survival of the fittest effect kicks in. The remaining experts get sloppy, tired, and perhaps a little overconfident. The ending was a genuine shock.
Since we're not allowed weapons I knock out the first kid then use him like a baseball bat until he splinters. Then I grab bodies, some still alive, some not (who cares?) and launch them at the approaching masses.