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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    You're not being sarcastic?


    Dammit...

    Is it a song?
    I wasn't being sarcastic? Why would I wanna tease you?

    As for the song idea...no, it's simply a way of discribing a situation.
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    bungee jumping? skydiving?
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    I wasn't being sarcastic? Why would I wanna tease you?

    As for the song idea...no, it's simply a way of discribing a situation.
    Hmmhmm!

    Erm, maybe she was trying to dive down a waterfall, missed and fell into a campfire instead?
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    (Original post by Fly By)
    bungee jumping? skydiving?
    In a swimsuit? :rolleyes:

    Lets just say they weren't doing ANYTHING risky, and whoever it was didn't WANT to die.

    That should be clue enough.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Hmmhmm!

    Erm, maybe she was trying to dive down a waterfall, missed and fell into a campfire instead?
    Getting there.
    But no.
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    can i ask where you get these from?!
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    Getting there.
    But no.
    Alright, she dived down into the sea, straight into a whale's mouth?
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    lucy liu, cameron diaz, drew barrymore
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    (Original post by lexy_matten)
    can i ask where you get these from?!
    I found a good book full of them.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Alright, she dived down into the sea, straight into a whale's mouth?
    Hell?
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    You lot are not going to get this. Want the answer?
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    Hell?
    It might be!

    Soon as I saw the Charlie's Angels idea, my eyes went so wide.
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    are we gonna get this anytime tonight do you think? is anyone on the right track
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    Yes please!
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    It might be!

    Soon as I saw the Charlie's Angels idea, my eyes went so wide.
    hehe why?
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    (Original post by Fly By)
    hehe why?
    Because it was a great shout, though it doesn't explain Hell...
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Because it was a great shout, though it doesn't explain Hell...
    thanks, but i dont think anyones gonna get it
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    can we have the answer please adhsur?
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    Before becoming an angel, she dived towards hell in a swimsuit.
    Assuming that there is a hell and a heaven thus the angel could exist.

    We pose a hypothetical hell, that is underneath our crust in the "centre of the earth" as it were. With vector (i, -kj) denoting the distance, with the vertical distance being negative if we take upwards as being positive. And k being a constant.

    For heaven we pose that it is a distance (i, cj) above the horizontal at the zenith.

    Now, we have an a posteriori argument building up:

    As "she" thus denoting a female member of a species or object was wearing a swimsuit, thus her coefficient of friction to any other object is smaller, thus we assume that "she" jumps directly vertical downwards with no other movements. Indeed we can model her as a particle, with mass m and downward acceleration g.

    Since we don't know how far up she "dived" from then we assume she dived from a distance s upwards. Thus modelling her speed we see that she falls with final velocity gt. When t is the time it takes to fall the distance s.

    Since scientific reports show that a person will not live if their head was dropped from a distance from 6m, then assuming that she must go to heaven, we model s as:

    s > or equal to 6m.

    Thus we see that the particle in the sentence is described as falling form a height of 6m onto a surface woth a hypothetical coefficient of restitution (e) of 0.6 say.

    Thus the particle will be able to hit the ground with a force of 6gm, and will rebounce upwards with: (e^2)h. upwards. i.e. towards heaven. Since she is dead and we pose the hypothetical presence of heaven we assume that she will become an angel. Thus the question is answered.
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    RIGHT! *drum roll...* ta-ta-dum!!!

    There was a huge building on fire. The fire engines/etc scooped up water from the nearby lake and chucked it onto the buildings. No prizes for guessing what also got scooped up.
 
 
 
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