- Mar 23, 2011
Board games because Death sucks at them.
Damn! You took my idea.OmniscientOstrich said:Limbo? It worked for Billy and Mandy.
DragonStorm247 said:I would challenge Death to take me to heaven. He either wins therefore I'm already in eternal paradise, or he loses, therefore I go there anyway. Win-win.
Drago-Morph said:Connect Four, for I am unbeatable.
...fair point.Arnoxthe1 said:DragonStorm247 said:I would challenge Death to take me to heaven. He either wins therefore I'm already in eternal paradise, or he loses, therefore I go there anyway. Win-win.
You said to have him take you to heaven. You didn't say for how long.
I'd probably do a debate competition. The question? Am I really worth the time it takes to talk me into submission when there are loads of other souls for the taking?
As a backup plan, I can just say that I'm thinking of an answer and postpone the whole thing for who knows how long.
Technically speaking, the Grim Reaper doesn't take you to hell, just the afterlife. He's the impartial ferryman who takes you to "the other side". It's not his place to judge your life, that's for the gate keepers to decide. So really the concept of challenging Death isn't whether you'll go to heaven or hell, but rather if you'll get to stay alive or not.The Lazy Blacksmith said:That's right. You are facing off with the Grim Reaper, Bill and Ted 2 style, in a competition for your soul. Failure or refusing to challenge Death will result in an eternity of hellfire. Victory means everlasting salvation in heaven. No pressure, though, it's all good.
Or this, but you have to remember to change the name to WhateverYourNameIsball, since the person whos name is in the title is the one that gets to make up all the rules as you go.Trucken said:Calvinball.
Seriously, Calvinball. Think about it, you know it's the only correct choice.