What's your cut-off point?

What's your cut-off point?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Can beat
    Rat
    House Cat
    Goose
    Medium Sized Dog
    Eagle
    Large Dog
    King Cobra
    Crocodile
    Kangaroo

    >Can't beat
    Chimpanzee (can't mess with moron strength)
    Gorilla
    Lion
    Elephant
    Grizzly Bear

    Seriously, those last four wouldn't even take damage. I MIGHT take down a bear or lion by shoving my fist down their throat and having them choke on it, but odds are so god damn slim that works I got a better chance of them thinking I'm cute and seducing them or some shit.

    The can beat stuff is going by encounters with wild life from living on swamp land in the American South East. Gators, large rattlers, wild dogs, black bear, etc. Most absolutely do not want to fight and run from a foe that does so. Snakes fight, but avoid the strike and they aren't shit.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Large dog, those don't f*** around. But i assume i can beat a Kangaroo and a King Cobra (grab it by the tail and swing it around like a lasso and smash its head against something)

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    why did you make the same thread again you absolute moron

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  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >there's 33% of britons who think they are weaker than a 10cm mammal that can do nothing but run in fear

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    What kind of nancy boy thinks they couldn't take a rat of a housecat in a fight?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I can't even catch a girlfriend against her own will.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Then you don't deserve to breed

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >30% of people couldn't stomp a rat to death
    how the hell do these people live

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I feel like people probably didn't understand the question, or the question wasn't asked correctly. A rat isn't going to fight you, it's just going to run away and hide, so maybe people assumed they wouldn't be able to catch it and therefore couldn't perform the act of beating them in a fight.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      But at the bright side of things we have people tha can defeat lions and grizzlies.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      don't underestimate the rat

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    If we assume a barehanded fight to the death then I'm pretty sure that human males could beat everything below large dogs in a fight fairly reliably, though it'd certainly be a Pyrrhic victory and you'd be cut up pretty badly even against a housecat. As for large dogs, I think it'd probably be a draw a decent amount of the time, with the "winning" party probably expiring a few hours/days/weeks later of internal injuries or blood loss/ the severity of their injuries. Anything above that, humans start losing increasingly badly.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Just wanted to add that that trend holds aside for the king cobra, obviously. That'd also end up being a draw because what would happen 99% of the time is the snake would bite the human who would then stomp on it until it stopped making noises, and then the human would die from the venom within 30-120 minutes.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        What I have thick clothes on? Reckon I could kill a wolf with a parka and gloves on. Also crocs/gators on land should be easy to stomp.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Crocs and gators on land are easy
          Nah. You are gonna have to wrestle them. They cannot open their mouth for shit, keep it closed and rip out their eyes with a free hand.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            The Crocodile fears the Elastic Band

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Agreed. Wolf is a 50/50. Humans are probably 80-90% as strong fighters compared to dogs pound-for-pound because they only have their teeth to do damage and they can't grapple, and the average adult wolf weighs less than an average fit adult man. Compared to cats, probably closer to 60% (ie. a 200lb man could take a 120lb cat at most)

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      If you couldn't crush a housecats skull with both hands then you need to start exercising more and getting more meat and dairy in your diet brother

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Agreed. Wolf is a 50/50. Humans are probably 80-90% as strong fighters compared to dogs pound-for-pound because they only have their teeth to do damage and they can't grapple, and the average adult wolf weighs less than an average fit adult man. Compared to cats, probably closer to 60% (ie. a 200lb man could take a 120lb cat at most)

      Large dogs and wolves will easily kill a fit, unarmed man on his own if he doesn't know how to effectively fight a large canine. That's why people bred/breed large dogs to keep in their homes, they are supposed to be capable of killing a man. I mentioned this in the other thread. If a dog/wolf goes for your neck (wolf is more likely to do this) and gets it then you're dead. But dogs atleast will usually go for your arms or face if you stand your ground, if they latch onto a limb they basically sacrifice their own neck to you because canines can't wrestle and neither can their prey, a human with good instincts and prior knowledge to bait a canine into going for a limb will kill any wolf or dog but would absolutely die shortly after without immediate medical care, even modern medicine would be pushed it it's limits to save the use of your arm or leg after such a fight.
      If there's more than one of them? You're dead 10 times out of 10

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