- family48% (20)34% (16)40% (36)Vote
- spouse17% (7)36% (17)27% (24)Vote
- child35% (15)30% (14)33% (29)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
well surely if you have children and it can be only one, it would be the child, thereafter if you have the two parents who potentially gets saved? i would imagine most men would try to save the mother of the child, after events are not even imaginable... I've experienced fear in protection of my children and i could of killed at that moment, that was and still is a scary thing for me... so i have no doubt in fear of life in any situation a parent would always go for the offspring xx now if saving the one was an option to go to space to live somewhere new because earth was failing, no i would not send my child alone even if i was told it would save them, just for a curve ball lol xx1
Most Helpful Guy
This depends upon certain situations.
If there were not the option of 'family' I'd have chosen 'spouse', because that's what my job is. I'm her saviour. She's the other part of me, the one I chose in the whole world and spent a lot of good memories with. But no, my family is in trouble too.
It would depend upon the time of the incident. If my child is grownup, which would mean that my parents are too old (I don't have siblings), then I'd choose my child as he has a lot of future ahead compared to my parents who have a few & even they would want their grandchild to be saved instead of them.
But if my child is newborn or very young, I'd definitely go for my family. I think I am more attached to my parents than my child because of more time spent with them. My parents are everything for me. They saved my life, now it's my turn to save theirs. They stayed woke up for nights, wiped my shit and vomit, paid heavy fees to doctors, blew air using hand fan all night so that I'd sleep in the days of no electricity, gave me the best food available and ate the leftover things, gave me the best clothes, every facilities, a home to stay, taught me everything, made me what I am today, taught me how to read (in fact I'd not be able to read this question without them), they gave me (& are still giving) all the happiness a person could ever imagine, everything I pointed my finger at. Even god can't do that much for me. For me, they are god. I owe them.
Just like my parents did everything for me, it is my responsibility to do everything for my child, but I'm just 21 with no spouse or child so, I don't really know the feeling to be honest. Maybe I'll change a bit in future by experiencing new things, but for now, I voted A. After all,