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53% Wear a woolen bodysuit in the Sahara

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Wear a bikini in the Antarctic

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No extra clothes available and you are not allowed to take off any clothes. You won't die.

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  • 105

    Zane Mugavero

    4 years ago

    If i look that good in a bikini im sure somone will run and get me a jacket lol

    • 101

      Sony

      3 years ago

      Because there sure is a lot of people at Antarctic.

    • 56

      Luna

      3 years ago

      well at this rate 154,823 people will be joining Zane, so yes there would be.

    • 3

      T.P.N

      3 years ago

      wait im a guy in cold temps... fucking aye

    • 5

      shaneac

      3 years ago

      @Luna Yes, there'll be 155,721 people in bikinis

    • 16

      Jacob

      3 years ago

      That might seem like a lot of people, but considering that Antarctica covers 14 million km2, there would only be one for every 87km2, so, on average, you would have to run 30 km =~ 19 miles to get someone a jacket. This takes about 2 hours for a really good runner on normal, flat ground. Considering that the mean temperature in the interior of Antarctica is -57C (-71F), the waiting time would not be pleasant. That is, unless you are lucky enough to be right on the coast, where average temperature lies around a blazing -15C (5F).

    • 9

      Brandon

      3 years ago

      That would be kinky,considering I''m a guy... ;)

    • 3

      Asti02

      3 years ago

      its cold during the nght in shar but it never gets warm in the antarctic

    • 1

      Shluff

      2 years ago

      Jacob, that is entirely theoretical, but in all probability that's not going to happen. Lets say for instance that everyone who chose to wear the bikini just randomly spawned in the Antarctic, the chances of appearing next to, a), a hut or something where people live, or, b)next to someone with a jacket is quite, and c), someone else is very, very likely. And besides, you can't have a jacket, no extra clothes available :L

    • 1

      Tobias Falter

      2 years ago

      It says no extra clothes

    • 1

      Zack Hunt

      2 years ago

      I wanna look sexy

    • 2

      Zack Hunt

      2 years ago

      Freeze me like one of your french girls

    • 1

      Vicky Meow Meow

      2 years ago

      in the desscription it says to extra clothes available Trolololol

    • 0

      potatochips101

      2 years ago

      It says you cant have any extra clothes.

    • 0

      Atlanntis

      2 years ago

      @Luna Yeah alot of people, all of them in bikinis, pretty useful huh?

    • 0

      Micah Philson

      1 year ago

      Shit. Forgot I'm a fat guy. A bikini wouldn't look good on me. But then maybe someone would grab me another jacket to cover it.

    • 0

      Utah G

      1 year ago

      waking the wool out of winter clothing> wearing girl clothes and die from hypothermia

    • 0

      NoaWinski

      9 months ago

      I am a guy

    • 0

      VinnoMints

      2 months ago

      Lol

    • 1

      KittiCat

      2 months ago

      Nobody said how thick the bodysuit is.

    • 0

      JasenZoom

      2 months ago

      in the extra text it says you couldnt get extra clothes or take off any clothes but you cant die

    • 0

      Avatar_Avinash

      1 month ago

      The population of Antarctica is 0, the people who go there are scientists who stay for less than a month, nobody else goes there foolz, think! not u zane

    • 0

      Joe

      2 weeks ago

      It says no extra clothes available.

    • 0

      HoopHoop

      1 week ago

      There would really have 432,557 other people, but all them would be only with BIKINIS

    • 0

      MartySturm

      1 week ago

      in the antarctic, there are research stations built by the australians. i could be in one of those or near those. fun fact, i nearly got chosen to go to one

    • 0

      MartySturm

      1 week ago

      it also said you wont die. LEARN TO READ THE DESCRIPTION PEOPLE

    • 0

      biskup88

      1 week ago

      by the way You cloud just take the woolen jacket off

    • 0

      biskup88

      1 week ago

      sh*t din,t read the description sorry

  • 36

    conor

    3 years ago

    its cold at night in the sahara

    • 4

      PaperlessPaper

      2 years ago

      @conor, SOMETIMES.

    • 1

      Micah Philson

      1 year ago

      It's also over 120 degrees quite often.

    • 0

      Bestari

      1 year ago

      @PaperlessPaper: well in sommer they have 25°C at night and in winter -10°C with snow sometimes^^ @Micah Philson: No its not even more than 60°C and only 38°C average

  • 32

    Matthew

    4 years ago

    I'll be numb within minutes and not be able to feel a thing, in the Sahara you would be sweating it out for a while.

    • 116

      Kaleopolitus

      3 years ago

      Wool is actually surprisingly effective at keeping heat out. Due to it's structure, air is contained withing the wool of your bodysuit and would effectively serve as a barrier between yourself and the heat outside. Aka, you wont get nearly as warm as you'd think.

    • 20

      Rof1 Waffl3

      3 years ago

      dude, you'd be wearing a mother fucking body suit in the sahara. Wool may be good for keeping the heat out, but the fact that you're wearing a body suit in the sahara means that you'll be pretty hot after a while.

    • 6

      Nyutan

      3 years ago

      It doesn't say how long you'd have to wear either. and I don't wanna wear a bikini. I'll wear a Woolen body suit for 10 seconds in the Sahara. :|

    • 10

      Loopholefag

      3 years ago

      Just put an ice pack inside your clothing, problem solved.

    • 5

      halo66333

      2 years ago

      I can't wear more clothes but I can put on a 20 blankets

    • 4

      ShadowFlame275

      1 year ago

      The wool body suit will actually be great for the freezing nights in the dessert.

    • 3

      StarbuzzArtist

      1 year ago

      I'd be an Ice Make Wizard (fairy tail reference) =)

    • 1

      Katherine Couture

      1 year ago

      I love you, Mr. Starbuzz :3

    • 0

      Common Sense

      11 months ago

      Wear a ton of clothes under the bikini.

    • 0

      Josh Londre

      2 weeks ago

      Much better cause it's a completely painless death

  • 7

    Billy Lsu Craft

    3 years ago

    what if ur a guy in a bikini in the antartic

  • 7

    Crissy

    3 years ago

    Think about it, as hard as it is to believe, in the Desert during the day it's best to make sure you're as covered as possible, it helps conserve water and as hot as it is, it can also prevent the sun's harmful rays.

    • 0

      David

      1 year ago

      And now that I think about it, doesn't it get warmer than 37 degrees celsius there anyway? The jacket should technically keep you cooler.

  • 5

    Robert Nichols

    3 years ago

    rather be boiling and famous than be a cold tranny

  • 3

    Utente

    3 years ago

    50% and 50%, lol

  • 3

    Abigail Carroll

    3 years ago

    Instant tan from the sun bouncing off the ice right? Yes, I'm an idiot

  • 1

    Laterh

    2 months ago

    1 word: OASIS.

  • 0

    haillllllll

    11 hours ago

    Bikini eats doodioooo fkdkdkdkvi love bikiiiii

  • 0

    Hala Hosam

    4 days ago

    Sahara means desert?

  • 0

    jacksepticguy

    5 days ago

    In the Sahara it might be at night and at night it won't be as hot

  • 0

    lextragon

    5 days ago

    2nd because it's cold in the deserts at night

  • 0

    Jamiehopper

    6 days ago

    WTF WHY WOULD I WEAR A BIKINI I GOT NO BOOBS CUZ I THA MAN OF MANS

  • 0

    Luna Drowned

    1 week ago

    When i wear woolen bodysuit i can take it off. (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • 0

    Noah

    1 week ago

    i know i'm not allowed to take off any clothes but that's more for the Sahara one so i would take the bikini of and go streaking

  • 0

    KatelynisMLG

    1 week ago

    You know I'm goin' for that bikini.. ;) XD

  • 2

    tomolo

    2 years ago

    Live in norway can handle the cold.

    • 0

      EmiDetox

      1 month ago

      Live in Egypt would stand the hot but I live in Malaysia.

  • 0

    MKGamer

    1 week ago

    I would do swim trunks though.

  • 2

    Emily

    3 years ago

    Wait... I'm a dumbass lol

  • 0

    Ennai27

    2 weeks ago

    Where is the beach? -Nz

  • 0

    PebblePanda

    2 weeks ago

    "you won't die" anyway. I think I'd rather not have non-lethal frostbite and have my extremities fall off

  • 0

    Hobo2114

    2 weeks ago

    Who said it had to be morning in Sahara? It is considered VERY cold at nights in deserts, making the woolly fleece very useful

  • 0

    Spartan

    1 month ago

    i can live in the heat but never in the cold

  • 0

    Ricardo Santos

    1 month ago

    The thing is, it doesnt say its the ONLY clothe you have, you could remove the shirt and use it as a cape against the sun and dress it during the night. With the Bikini... You are just fucked anyway. The temperature in the sahara is like 50 degrees, hard, but tolerable. The temperature in Antartida is like -60 that shit would burn your skin in minutes.

  • 0

    AmberGreywind

    1 month ago

    Technically, if the external temperature is over 98.6F, clothing can shield you from the heat.

  • 0

    Nathaniel

    1 month ago

    In the Sahara...at night! Ha!

  • 0

    Mattty1320

    1 month ago

    I'm more comfortable in the cold and I would rather die by frostbite or hypothermia than dehydration.

  • 0

    Bruce Burns

    1 month ago

    Wool in warm weather can divert the heat.

  • 0

    Vlad Tsuprak

    1 month ago

    HOT TUB AT ARTIC :)

  • 0

    Troy Lewis

    1 month ago

    Poo

  • 0

    GummyBear_Gamer

    1 month ago

    I'm a guy, soo, a bikini really isn't an option for me.

  • 0

    EmiDetox

    1 month ago

    My theory is when you were too hot at the desert, you will dehydrate and you will faint. So if you faint, you would feel nothing!

  • 0

    DerpyGuy

    1 month ago

    i always feel like a ice cube

  • 0

    CrazyPotat0

    1 month ago

    The guys who chose the bikini.....

  • 0

    Benas Balciunas

    1 month ago

    At night the temperature in Sahara reaches 0°C. It would be just warm enaugh

  • 0

    confetti wap

    1 month ago

    So basically, so you like cold or hot?

  • 0

    confetti wap

    1 month ago

    So basically, so you like cold or hot?

  • 0

    XxSimon-GurrenxX

    1 month ago

    Bs kate upton was in antarctica in a bikini

  • 1

    husks jack

    2 years ago

    FYI the Sahara gets cold at night and wool filters out the heat I would rather be hot then freeze to death in minuters

  • 0

    Mingladius

    1 month ago

    wear a coat over your bikini, Duh

  • 1

    José Fonseca

    2 years ago

    Eurgh bodysuits

  • 1

    Gil

    2 years ago

    Personal sauna

  • 1

    Mr.Foster

    2 years ago

    I'm told I can't have any extra clothes, but wasn't told I can't have anything to fasten a hat and underwear out of the bodysuit. Technically I'm still wearing the suit, just in a different form.

  • 1

    Asti02

    3 years ago

    its cold during the night in sahara but it never gets cold in the antarctic

  • 0

    [deleted]

    1 month ago

    How bout no?

  • 0

    mcpespecialist

    1 month ago

    if you wore a bikini in Antarctica you would die in minutes, but if you wore a woolen bodysuit in the sahara, you would survive much longer, it would just be extremely uncomfortable

  • 1

    Ben Uklist

    3 years ago

    im sexy and i know it

  • 1

    cassie

    3 years ago

    you could pour water over you which would make it better. what can you do in the antarctic that is simple but would have a good effect? NOTHING

  • 1

    Matthew J. Needham

    3 years ago

    Because I'm a man! Oh.... wait...

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