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#104 - damn it moon moon 12 hours ago on What a beetard.. -1
#4022 - **tkellster rolled image ** 07/03/2014 on zombified 10 year olds 0
#4016 - **tkellster rolled image ** 07/03/2014 on zombified 10 year olds 0
#11 - so if i dropped a cat from 10,000 feet it wouldn't die as long…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/03/2014 on Perpetual Energy 0
#23 - anonymous (07/03/2014) [-]
Actually, yes, though it doesn't have much to do with the cat landing on its feet. A large part of why cats can survive large falls is that they're really good at spreading out in a way that gives them a relatively low terminal velocity(the maximum speed they'll reach while falling, because air resistance begins to cancel out gravity). The mortality rate of a cat dropping from 10,000 feet would likely be no different from cats falling from around 100 feet, and cats regularly survive falls from terminal velocity. Interestingly, cats actually have a lower mortality rate when they're landing from terminal velocity as opposed to landing near terminal velocity due to reflexively relaxing their bodies once they hit terminal velocity.
User avatar #19 - heartlessrobot (07/03/2014) [-]
Nope. Terminal velocity of a cat is non-lethal so long as they land on their feet.
#29 - nytor (07/03/2014) [-]
I'm the anon above, I just forgot to log in. That's actually not quite right. A cat WILL land on its feet unless it's extremely young and hasn't developed the righting reflex yet, there's no "as long as it lands on its feet". Cats are still entirely capable of dying when they hit the ground at terminal velocity, they just have a much better survival rate than most creatures.
#178 - blue and orange plaid quesadilla 06/14/2014 on Band Name 0
#35 - that would be great until the wood breaks and all the above di…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/03/2014 on Two Sentence Creepy Pasta... +8
#106 - cptnbarbrosa (06/03/2014) [-]
I take it you haven't seen kill bill...
User avatar #73 - bayinetta (06/03/2014) [-]
It would be even better when you realize you casket wasn't made in the 1800's and is actually made with sturdy wood. To make it even worse, a metal casket.
#2100 - **tkellster rolled image ** 05/31/2014 on This is what will turn you gay 0
#2277 - **tkellster rolled image ** 05/28/2014 on Your future wife/hubby 0
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User avatar #1 - iisdan (08/27/2011) [-]
Dude wtf, you said something about chicks being thrown in a meat grinder while still conscious, explain.
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