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I'd give up the last knuckle of the right little finger for 50K. As long as it were done surgically, not like those Iraq torture videos. The whole finger for 250K. Got a bit of arthritis in that one anyway.
I change my answer. I'll cut off all my fingers and quite possibly a toe if IvyRose ditches her boyfriend and runs away with me to rotary heaven.
hehe, leaving my husband is another one of those things i wouldn't do. but if makes you feel any better, i can be a really spoiled whiney bratty little girl and i'm sure you wouldn't want to deal with that
I would be pissed if I cut my finger off for 50k. I would spend all the money and then be depressed that I have no finger and no 50k. So it's pointless to me. Plus I couldn't hold my gun if it was on my right hand. :D
Greatest current movie quote. "Why don't they ever make a movie about what happens after the big kiss? They do, its called ****." LOL!!!
Actually and maybe ER Doc can answer this....which finger is the best to lose?
I would say right little finger (pinky). I play golf, and that one just overlaps anyway; I need the left one to grip the club. Same with a baseball bat. If you are holding a gun, particularly one of the mini Glocks, that one is not gripping anyway. With most things, I find myself gripping with the left hand, and using the right for delicate actions, but the right little finger is not required for anything other than being a base (support) for the "action fingers" thumb through four; occasionally the left pinky is useful for extra grip strength.
I may be biased because my right little finger is slightly deformed and almost a cm shorter than the left (childhood injury), maybe I just learned to do things that way. But that is the one I would lose. Sometimes it has hurt so bad after a stretch of sports activities that I have thought about cutting it off anyway.
Last edited by Speed-ER doc; 10-25-2004 at 08:11 PM.
Yeah, I gotta admit: I stole that one from the Simpson's episode in which Homer has his arm caught in the vending machine. When the rescue workers inform him they will have to saw off his arm in order to free him, he asks "But it'll grow back, right?"