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Loving this right now


#41

My dad has more trouble going down the stairs than up.


#42

I guess that depends on the sort of leg/hip/etc issues. :man_shrugging:


#43

Hey, stop going off-topic in an off-topic! :slight_smile:

Back to nitpicking:
It takes less effort (i.e. energy) to get from a higher potential to a lower one.
You can roll down or fall for instance. No one said you have to be alive when you arrive at the bottom.


#44

@discourse Please make a new topic from Loving this right now about lifts.
Gffp is the only on-topic one I think (traitor! :slightly_smiling_face:).


#45

Yes, going down stairs safely. It’s more of a vision thing. I’m glad he still sees something, anyway.


#46

Kiiiiiiiinda thought that was a given, but that might just be me. :man_shrugging:


#47

Vision? Oh!
I was more thinking about knees (or hip etc. like Milan said) are the problem.


#48

Nope. Also no one said lift cabins need to be alive when they arrive. :stuck_out_tongue:


#49

Wait, lift cabins are sentinent beings?

Oh wait, I think they were in Hitchhiker´s Guide until Marvin drove one of them to suicide… :robot:


#50

You beat me to it :wink: Except I was going to add ‘in bubblewrap’, which would eliminate the state-of-living problem.


#51

And it would make those fun PLOP noises! :boom:


#52

That’s not a noise I associate with bubble wrap. That makes me think of… er… :flushed:


#53

Suggestions for the topic name?

What about "Lifting this right now" :D

I can assure you for Germans this is the noise it makes.


#54

Go ooooooooooon


#55

I don´t think it´s off topic at all! I for one am loving this conversation right now! :grin:


#56

Hm. I guess it isn’t quite as crisp as a ‘POP’. But not a ‘PLOP’. Maybe a ‘p-p-p-POP’ at best.

That too, if you’ve not eaten your bran.


#57

You seem to imagine that kind of sound way to…er…moist.


#58

And ‘plop’ isn’t?!

What are we talking about? I’d like to bail out now :sweat_smile:


#59

Does that also make a plop sound?


#60

More of a clumsy splash.