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    What would it be?


    Note: all people and animals are already safe - you've just got time to rescue one inanimate object from the fiery apocalypse. What will you pick?


    I'd go for my laptop. Not because I'm particularly attached to it as an object, but because it's the only place where many of my photos are stored. Wouldn't want to lose those.
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    My Mac, for very much the same reason.
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    My laptop, without a doubt.

    It has all my pics, games, music etc on it :yep:
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    Obviously my Laptop and maybe my Ice
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    My violin
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    this would be my worst nightmare
    I'd grab the most precious thing(s) that was possible to reach... no point getting your laptop if its already in a burning room sad truth
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    that would be my WORST nightmare
    I'd grab the most precious thing(s) in I could reach, no point trying to get your laptop if its already in a burning room but if its in reach great
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    Either my fridge or my laptop.
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    (Original post by 1lastchance)
    My violin
    that's nice - but if it was a choice between another object and your violin would you get another object? just asking because you can always buy another violin, but I guess it wouldn't always be the same as another object that can't be replaced
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    A lacrosse ball that someone once gave to me with my name on it.
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    (Original post by bizzy_penguin)
    that's nice - but if it was a choice between another object and your violin would you get another object? just asking because you can always buy another violin, but I guess it wouldn't always be the same as another object that can't be replaced
    It would be money I guess
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    (Original post by 1lastchance)
    It would be money I guess
    wouldn't that be kept in the bank? unless you mean credit cards etc.
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    (Original post by bizzy_penguin)
    wouldn't that be kept in the bank? unless you mean credit cards etc.
    If not money it would have to be my violin



    I would choose to take cards and cash over my violin though
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    considering most of my material stuff is insured, id say a sentimental piece of my childhood
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    My box that's filled with family photos. It means so much to me.
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    (Original post by 1lastchance)
    If not money it would have to be my violin



    I would choose to take cards and cash over violin though
    cool, I can see your point though though I suppose a violin is very expensive and precious as well since your're used to playing that one
 
 
 
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