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Freezing to death vs. dying of heatstroke/heat in general?

40 comments · save · last comment by R.Subrosa over 3 years ago

Per Holm

Per H.

DENMARK,
Denmark

972 posts

What would you choose?

over 9 years ago

#1
Katrín Hammer

Katrín H.

LUND,
Sweden

1815 posts

You know, I've been thinking about it. And everytime I'm really cold I wish I was someplace hot. I always think "I'd so much rather die of heat". But then if I'm really hot I wish I was someplace cold. So, I think it's equally painful. Therefore.... I don't know.

0 · January 14, 2010

#2
Mog Edwards.

Mog E.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

203 posts

Freezing every time!

0 · January 14, 2010

#3
Sophie J

Sophie J.

WISTERIA LANE,
United States

782 posts

probably freezing, but i hatee the cold, so, idk.
gosh what a lovely thing to think about

0 · January 14, 2010

#4
Brittany .

Brittany ..

THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE,
United States

96 posts

probably freezing.
i think it would be quicker, right?

0 · January 14, 2010

#5
Alexe G

Alexe G.

MONTREAL,
Canada

1912 posts

Freezing, because past a certain point you don't feel anything since your numb. When you freeze to death it's more like falling asleep. Dying of heat would be so uncomfortable.

0 · January 14, 2010

#6
Per Holm

Per H.

DENMARK,
Denmark

972 posts

I'd also prefer freezing. Alexe explained why.

0 · January 14, 2010

#7
Per Holm

Per H.

DENMARK,
Denmark

972 posts

@Katrín H.

Oh yeah, I know that feeling...

0 · January 14, 2010

#9
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4819 posts

Yeah I agree with Brooke.
Plus if it was a fire or something the fumes would get you first anyway so I think you'd get unconscious way before actually dying/experiencing pain.
Freezing just sounds bleeh... like iced up blood and shit. No wai.

0 · January 14, 2010

#10
Sophie J

Sophie J.

WISTERIA LANE,
United States

782 posts

@Zahraisabelle L.

oooh! you changed your icon pic, it looks really pretty!

0 · January 14, 2010

#11
Chloe A

Chloe A.

MINNESOTA,
United States

3839 posts

freezing, maybe. definitely. I'm at home & happy in the cold.

0 · January 14, 2010

#12
David M

David M.

RICHMOND,
United States

1744 posts

@Chloe A.

my mom complains about the cold in minnesota every time she goes,
and all i can do is laugh about how you said it once it was a rather mild 9 degrees :D

0 · January 14, 2010

#13
Zoe Clyde

Zoe C.

Zimbabwe

1365 posts

I choose neither.

0 · January 14, 2010

#14
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4819 posts

@Sophie J.

Thank you. :D!
I have such a hard time with icons, never find any picture I like in the small version. Haha. x:

0 · January 14, 2010

#15
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4819 posts

@Zoe C.

Nooooo??!?!

0 · January 14, 2010

#16
Francis Y

Francis Y.

NEWCASTLE,
United Kingdom

2040 posts

Falling unconscious due to fumes or falling into hallucinations due to the heat sounds fine. As long as I don't have to suffer in prolonged heat first.

0 · January 14, 2010

#17
Destiny L.

Destiny L.

AROUND AND ABOUT KANADARIO,
Canada

190 posts

heat because i don't need to wear an ugly puffy jacket that makes me look stubby :)
for some reason i can't find a warm beautiful coat under 150

0 · January 14, 2010

#18
Sarah S

Sarah S.

THE LOOKING GLASS,
Canada

1971 posts

Freeze to death. I rather look like an ice sculpture in death than look like roadkill in the heat.

0 · January 14, 2010

#21
Johanna R

Johanna R.

VIENNA,
Austria

898 posts

the less painful one.

0 · January 15, 2010

#22
Ksenia X

Ksenia X.

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA,
Russia

11 posts

freeze. I'm Russian, i can handle it

0 · January 15, 2010

#23
Richard Hamilton

Richard H.

NORTHERN IRELAND,
United Kingdom

467 posts

yeah i'd say freezing. cos i hate being too warm, it drives me up the wall.

0 · January 15, 2010

#24
Hannah Roach

Hannah R.

MANCHESTER ,
United Kingdom

338 posts

Freezing to death would be my choice, I kind of love the cold... Even though I like to go in saunas alot

0 · January 15, 2010

#25
Sebnem Ozdemir

Sebnem O.

ANTALYA,
Turkey

79 posts

Freezing. Even though I hate cold, you don't feel any pain after some point in freezing. You fall asleep, and die.

0 · January 15, 2010

#26
Sophie Leigh D

Sophie Leigh D.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

2132 posts

im always freezing anyway so id want to freeze to death because i probably wouldnt even realise it was happening
i really do not want to know that im dying when im dying