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But it’s not the top! Maybe if he dropped it from the rock behind him, it would gain lacking impetus.
They are at the top. The “camera” is pointing down-slope toward those other peaks and the fools are trying to make their slinky “walk” uphill.
The lack of oxygen at such high altitudes can cause that sort of confusion.
“We . . . we had to eat Johnson. We have descended the stairs of darkness like the inhuman slinkies that we are!!!”
And kept the left overs.
That actually WAS the longest slinky descent of all time. Damn slinkies.
If I had a dollar every time this happened
-you’d still be short 4 bucks a slinky?
Ace Ventura he is not
Those other climbers must have taken Mount Titanica for granite.
… i’d say it’s pretty marbleous.
Maybe they can try again with a clean slate. I mean it’s sad to go up there and only see the slinky fall on its asphalt.
“…Well, only two reasons.”
In his defense, it appears that the wind and snow are blowing against the direction he wants slinky to go…
And does the guy on the left remind anyone else of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield? [Seems like the kind of thing he’d try to experiment with in space.]
Plan C: Snowboarding.
(Rock Paper Scissors to determine who gets to be on top.)
Ssomeone snowboarded down Everest with a parachute already. His name is Stephen Koch.
The villagers at the base of the mountain live in constant fear of the day when someone like this will think of making a small snowball and rolling it down.
“You brought a slinky, and not a sled?”
“But I brought this paper airplane too, hop on!”
Pfffft. Using mountains for a slinky is so primative. I’m gonna do an egg drop from a space elevator.
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