Which is more cruel desert or sea

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Which is more cruel desert or sea

Post by Emmyblue » 18 Sep 2017, 19:11

We've always Watched in movies where people by one situation or the other were being traped in eigther of these two places and are faced with unforgiven conditions, from your perspective which is more favourable

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Post by Karen0823 » 19 Sep 2017, 11:31

I think the desert is crueler than the sea. At least the sea can take you quickly if you are tired of putting up a fight. In the desert, it would be a slow, painful death.
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Post by Christina O Phillips » 19 Sep 2017, 11:44

I agree that the sea could end you faster than the desert making for a slow death which could be more painful.

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Post by Kalin Adi » 19 Sep 2017, 13:11

To tell you the truth, I wouldn't like to be alone without food in any of them. A desert can undergo extreme temperatures from hot to cold, and the sea is worthy of fearing when a storm hits. I prefer to visit them and admire their beauty in good conditions. :D

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Post by MsTri » 19 Sep 2017, 17:41

I think I agree that the sea is probably more forgiving, in that you can die much quicker,
but if you're inventive, you may even be able to round of some food from the sea. You may have to eat it raw,
but it'd be better than the alternative.

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Post by Sarah Tariq » 20 Sep 2017, 01:02

Both are dangerous if the becomes out of control .But if you have all tools with yourself ,you can better explore new worlds with these parts.I personally thing sea as being more more dangerous .b/c in desert you can for help.But sea doesn't provide you this opportunity for long if you are caught in some dangerous situation.
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Post by AliceofX » 20 Sep 2017, 09:12

I really dislike heat, so I'd take the sea over desert any time of the day.
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Post by dhwanis » 20 Sep 2017, 23:46

Personally, I would choose sea over the desert. That way the end would be simpler and faster.
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Post by Leonidas Ndeta » 21 Sep 2017, 00:31

I prefer Sea because of Sea food. In the oceans you are likely to get food unlike the desert where it's hot and no food but of course both of them have a disadvantage
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Post by Oliver Ekaso » 21 Sep 2017, 07:11

Both are unforgiving when the chips are down. The sea is faster than desert. I think sea is better. It happens very quickly.

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Both are unforgiving when the chips are down. The sea is faster than desert. I think sea is better. It happens very quickly.
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Post by Lest92 » 21 Sep 2017, 13:07

Both will kill you.

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Post by Ljessup » 23 Sep 2017, 22:24

Karen0823 wrote:I think the desert is crueler than the sea. At least the sea can take you quickly if you are tired of putting up a fight. In the desert, it would be a slow, painful death.
I agree. It is scary to even think about for me. I don't want to get caught in either situation throughout my life!!
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Post by Londera » 24 Sep 2017, 08:58

I think that the sea is deadlier. There are many possibilities of dying and less chance of being found.

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Post by cherrykarl » 24 Sep 2017, 20:42

I won't choose because they're both are.
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Post by RegularGuy3 » 24 Sep 2017, 21:06

Water, water, everywhere but not a drop to drink. That about sums it up, I think.

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