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how many 5th graders could you take in a fight?

Started by rong, January 10, 2010, 08:39:09 PM

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rong

i was reminded by the "largest animal/bare hands" thread.  this was a subject that came up often, back in the day. 

bear in mind that the average 5th grader is 4' 4" tall and 74 lbs. 
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Cainad (dec.)

Given ample space to maneuver, well over a dozen, probably two. I figure most of them will go down with a single solid hit, so it's just a matter of making sure they don't swamp you and start biting and clawing your eyes out. I'd more likely be defeated by my own conscience betraying me, "Why the fuck am I hurting little kids oh god get me out of here."

rygD

I am assuming that they will be armed with the usual school related things, so, if given enough ammunition I would have to say all of them.
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rong

i was talking more hand-to-hand combat.  not to say you couldn't pick one up and use 'em as a club against the rest.
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I'd say maybe 20, depending on how many waves they came as. I know 5th graders like to latch onto limbs and i imagine that'd be my downfall.
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