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Would you have one of your legs removed for £10,000,000? watch

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    Yes, obviously. £10m would be enough to pay for a bionic leg with millions left to spare.

    Plus, it would give me an excuse to carry a stylish walking stick.
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    Yeah definitely!


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    No, I am sure amputees have other attached problems, like expending more energy and also I am rather attached to my leg
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    if I can get an acceptable bionic leg that'll work just as well or better, then probably?
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    as long as it was not the old middle leg

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    yes.. not really even a close call.

    1 million, well that would be more difficult..
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    absolutely not
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    No way! I like having legs


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    Okay you can stop it with the threads, I think we've established that we'd do anything for money
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    I didn't ask a question so why are you replying as if so?
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    I wouldn't. Honestly if you ever experienced the rehab following amputation/knee/hip replacement you'd think about making that choice.
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    Nope, even if someone offered a £1,000,000,000,000 I would still say no tbh. Its not worth it.
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    No. I may not always treat my body with the respect it deserves (I eat junk food every now and then, and I could exercise more), but there are limits to the damage I am willing to do to it. Money isn't everything.
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    (Original post by TheBluePianist)
    Nope, even if someone offered a £1,000,000,000,000 I would still say no tbh. Its not worth it.
    That is just stupid.
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    I would, who's to say you will walk out tomorrow and a car wouldn't come flying into you forcing your other leg to be amputated?
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    Yes
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    What the **** is wrong with you. Giving up your legs for 10m.. Creeps
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    (Original post by Stefano93)
    That is just stupid.
    Its not stupid, if my legs are fine why would I want one of them to be removed? Like Kittiara said money isn't everything.
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    If the answer is yes then surely that would mean that money can make up for major disabilities and I don't think it can.
 
 
 
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