Cuz after I ate them, I'd be too full to take on more.
Holy shit.Originally Posted by CadaverSodomy
I talked to a friend about this question; he with fighting experience as well, has more experience with kids. He believes 60-80 is possible for me, but pushing it.
I would be willing to drop it to 60-80 with a solid sense of certainy; as I believed 80-120 would have been a tooth and nail situation until I actually lost conciousness.
Maybe you are assuming that I would allow them to pile on top of each others shoulders three high and swallow me whole in one tidal wave formation. With a limitless supply of them, I am sure they eventually would but I am doubtful they would manage this immediately. If you pour enough bunny rabbits on a contained man he will eventually be rendered unconcious, but if you make the rabbits take the action, it would be a more exciting proposition.
Still, we are talking 5 year olds. Even with a little training they are still ineffective at fighting. They weigh only between 40 to 80 pounds, it will take a lot of abuse or eventual smothering to knock me out. At best they can win by forcing me to a wall and win by default, but assuming I stay away from the default loss, they have a lot of work to do.
To me, I would take this as a serious situation. I would be hitting fast and hard to destroy the little monsters, since it is assumed they are doing the same. This isn't like all the anecdotal occasions everyone keeps bringing up about wrestling with their kids. It's a fight. Limited by their physiology alone, they won't handle being hit very well.
I am not saying it would be easy, or I would be unscathed nor that it would not be extensively exhausting, but I say you are wrong in assuming your limitation of 30 is a number that all would relent to.
This was by far one of the most entertaining questions I have seen on the net. Very funny and inspires great conversation. lol
Okay, it seems I'm about a month late. Anyway, the whole time I've been reading this, I've been picturing kicking five year olds in the chest and launching them across the floor. It's pretty funny. And so was the visual help with the guy, basketball court, and the blue kids.
I think it's funny that people are talking about wrestling with little kids and getting tired. Like, I'm assuming you're wrestling but not really trying to do them too much harm. I'm pretty sure you could punch them in the throat to take them down for a while with hardly any energy at all.
Yeah, but then again, you'd have to actually have to get down to their level for that. You could kick them in the throat, but that leaves you open to a rush while one leg's in the air. Bad things happen when your coconuts are exposed to people well-versed in hitting at that height.Originally Posted by scootmorningside
Besides, kids are like rubber. You hit one, and they generally ignore most of the blow. You'd waste most of your energy trying to hit them and keep them down. Wrestling is just better here, as you don't waste as much time trying to protect the valuables and can still serve. Or if you're a really big guy, you can just roll over them and fart in their faces a few times, and they'll yield like slugs in salt.
...and then the Squirrels appeared.
"We all posess more power and greater possibilities than we realize, and visualizing is one of the greatest of these powers."
I've worked with kids, and am used to dealing with up to about 60 at a time.
However, in the times where I'd have to play with them, it wouldn't take very long for about 15-20 of them to wear me out.
But if I'm allowed to wear my shit-kicking boots? I'd say 30.
Kids aside.pub fav is always whats the largest animal you could take down with your bare hands?always creative.
Work smarter, not harder. Kids are more susceptible to psychological warfare. After scaring them into sitting still, read them some Jane Austen. Unconscious in no time.