|For a million dollars would you...
||[Nov. 28th, 2005|02:49 pm]
The Question Club
1.) Not utter a word for one year? If agreed, a device would be placed around your vocal cords, nullifying it temporarily. The device can be removed by you at any time, but cannot be re-attached.|
2.) Agree to be locked in an 8x8 room for a year? An adjacent bathroom, which contains just a toilet and modest shower, is not part of the 8x8 room. Once agreed, you are locked in for a full year and monitored and can quit at any point.
3.) Be willing to relocate to a shabby second-world town somewhere in India for one year? You can take no one with you, can make no communication with the outside world. Various people in this town speak English. However, no modern amenities will be available, no indoor plumbing nor running water, no convenience stores. You will be innocuated against various diseases, so your health will not be in jeopardy.
4.) Undergo a surgery that would turn you and your parent of the opposite gender into conjoined twins for 2 months. The surgery is completey reversible with no ill effects. The connecting points are your right and his/her left hip, your right and his/her left arm, and your right and his/her left leg. You two share custody of the one leg and arm, so you'd have to take turns using it for your own needs. Things to consider: showering, public appearances, bathroom breaks, getting dressed, your love life and horniness (and their's), your normal activities (hanging out, surfing online) and having to do it with your parent.
5.) Agree to gain 300 lbs. All you have to do is weigh in before, then put on exactly two more bills and you get paid. You can take off the weight immediately afterwards, if you are able to
6.) Become paraplegic for 6 months? A serum is injected into your legs, rendering them numb and useless for half a year. After 180 days, the effects wear off with no adverse effects whatsoever. You will go back to living your life normally, except in a wheelchair. You cannot explain what actually happened (chance to win a million) and have to make up some excuse why you're in a chair. So, half a year of going back to work, school, church, whatever in a wheelchair.
Crossposted in my journal