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Would you fight a crocodile for 7 million pounds

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YOU STEP INTO A CAGE AND YOU HAVE TO KILL THIS

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FULLY GROWN, PISSED OFF AND HUNGRY

If you kill it you win 7 million, the best medical care/doctors outside the cage ready to treat you. As a bonus you also spend a night with these two

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and any bitch of your choice, be it the pOF whale you've been stalking for the past week or one of those pretty black girl's you've been wanking off to.

You have a choice to pick this as a weapon

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OR

these two to back you up

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Both roided up and in top condition.

WELL WOULD YOU MAN UP, TAKE THE RISK OR BACK OUT?

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welli think it's been decided, however, replace alligator with body builder chimp......

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and we're talking

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Course

They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

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They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

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They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

:lol:

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They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

:lol:

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They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

:lol:

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They are pretty quick overland, however all an Alligator/Crocodiles jaw muscles are all focused on snapping shut and power while closing, the muscles used to open their mouths are infact, incredibly weak, so much so that a grown man could keep one from opening it's mouth with one hand closed over it's snout.

It would be a shame to kill it though, depending on the breed, Crocs can live up to 80 years (one of the ones rescued bt Steve Irwin is estimated to be 130). Allow killing something that's seen so much of this world, survived 'through' so many events we'd consider of great magnitude, World war 1, 2, the Champions League..

:lol:

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U made it so easy wiv the shank.. Challenge wud b better if it was bare knuckle

You think that shank can do shit to an oversized croc? You know how hard their skin is, your better off choosing Brock Lesnar and the other guy.

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U made it so easy wiv the shank.. Challenge wud b better if it was bare knuckle

You think that shank can do shit to an oversized croc? You know how hard their skin is, your better off choosing Brock Lesnar and the other guy.

True.

But still, 7 million..Could do a lot of good with that small fortune.

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