Friday, January 4, 2008

A Better Game

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OK here is your chance at redemption. I am not even going to tell you what the game is you will have to click to find out. It takes less than a minute and you really don't have to think as hard as yesterday.

Click here to play.

For the record my number was 23 what was yours?



16 comments:

K80K said...

I just did that one for another forum. :) My number was 14. :P

Vanilla said...

My number was 25, mostly because I have no moral compass at all.

J-Wim said...

so I was a 12, looks like I must be a wuss. :-(

....Back to work.

Spandex King said...

Wow!I could take out 25 of the little suckers. I may not be smarter than a fifth grader but I'm a bad ass in kindergarten!!

monica said...

20. you must have some height on me. i like the idea of taking on 5 year olds more than 5th graders.

Dan Seifring said...

You see what it is, is I have twin 5 year olds at home that I get to practice on. So that gives me a little advantage.

Jeff said...

I'm ashamed to admit it, but 14. Does that mean J-Wim could kick my ass? (Yeah, probably.)

Jack said...

My number was 25. But reality is none.

Uncle Jack

cindy said...

17 for me. Why does this make me feel good?

Pat said...

Great thing about 5 yo's are they are easy to swing in circles, you just have to grab their ankles. Do they still have a soft spot on their skulls?

I got a number of 23, but I think I could take out more than that.

If you hear any news reports about such a thing happening in AZ, please delete this comment.

Cheryl said...

I only got 14. But who would really beat up a 5 year old? Well, probably Vanilla-- he has war games in his house! :-) Maybe I could've when I was a teenager and had an annoying kid sister.

Pete said...

Only 15 - UGGHHH! I am such a wimp

Rob said...

31, I am ashamed

SJ Tony said...

looks like 12 of the little buggers is the max I can take on. I have to stay away from 5th graders!

Shilingi-Moja said...

22 -- Maybe I could use the 5 year old to take on the 5th graders?

IronTriTim said...

18 for me, interesting concept :-)