Lets say a house fire broke out and everyone got out safely,
but a child forgot their dog and asks you to go back in and get the dog,
and he hands you a picture of the dog.
For all you know.. the pup could be dead...
but if you don't go in how would that look on your end?
If you do go in and make it..
you will be looked at as a person who was willing to die to save a dog
people will say you've restored faith in this world..
And if you don't make it you will be looked at as a hero.
what do you say?
(P. s. I'm terrified of fires, i'd probably be in shock.)
- SCRAM KID.6% (1)12% (3)9% (4)Vote
- Tell the kid to go get him.11% (2)4% (1)7% (3)Vote
- Try to explain the dogs probably gone.17% (3)12% (3)14% (6)Vote
- Yell for the dog and if you hear him, go in.11% (2)12% (3)12% (5)Vote
- Go in and hope to make it back with the dog.28% (5)28% (7)28% (12)Vote
- Go in immidiately.17% (3)28% (7)23% (10)Vote
- Results,10% (2)4% (1)7% (3)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Excuse me before I answer this question:
FOR REAL BRO YOU COULDN'T HAVE FOUND A PICTURE OF A REAL DOG THATS A FAKE ASS PAINTING.
Anyways back to my very mature and sophisticated point:
If the house was legit up in flames like even the firefighters are BACKED up and they're evacuating people, then Aw Hellll Nah. But, if the house was flames here and flames there i'd probably try to save the dog, but if a passage was blocked no way am I pushing my body through flames. So it depends on how bad the fire is. But I would.1
Most Helpful Guy
It depends on how bad it is. If I can tolerate the circumstances, then yes. But if there's really no way, then no. After all, it's better to just lose one life than two. What if I died in this fire, and years later there's another fire but nobody goes in to save the people in that fire? Then, it would be a wasted life. I'd feel bad for the boy, but unfortunately that's the way life can get. People die, too.1