People Were Asked To Pick Two To Defend Themselves Against The Rest, And The Internet Has Never Been More Divided

Oh boy, Reddit, you’ve done it again. Just when you thought that you were immune to stupid hypothetical situations that will absolutely never happen, Reddit infects you. Basically, they gave you nine options for animals and people that you either pick to protect you or attack you.

The spin? You can only pick two of the nine options to protect you and the rest are going to be attacking you. You might say it’s an easy choice, but trust me, it takes some serious consideration.

And Here We Go…

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Alright, take a really in-depth look at all of the options. It’s important that you weigh the pro’s and con’s of each and pick accordingly. the number in the corner, of course, represents the amount of them you would get in the battle. So 10,000 rats, 50 hawks, 15 wolves etc.

New York Subway, Here I Come

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Although if you were to weigh (literally and figuratively) a rat and, say, a lion one vs. one you would always go with a lion. But, it’s hard to visualize just how many rats 10,000 really is. That’s literally just a black hole of biting. They would be a moving blanket of instant death for any animal that was in the vicinity.

Let Me Soar

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Another interesting strategy is to get the hawks to carry you above the attackers. Here’s the problem — how long are you going to fly? Are you just procrastinating an inevitable death? Do you have a gun to shoot below you? Again, I think the 10,000 rats is a good call because they would maul even the biggest animals within seconds but there are questions to be answered.

Die Like a King

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If you’re going to die, you might as well do it in good company. You know those moments when you look around you and you’re just content with life? You say things like, “If I died right now, I would die happy.” Well, this Reddit user wants to die with royalty and with someone who can also speak the same language.