If your wife & your mother fall into the water, who will you save first?

@cheongyc (5075)
Malaysia
November 24, 2006 1:19pm CST
Sorry, this Q is for gusy only. For gals, you can change the question to husband & father :) (assume you know how to swim)
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6 responses
@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
20 May 07
This is really a tough question for me to answer. Frankly, I tell you my hubby is a ‘dry duck’ and he totally doesn’t know how to swim. The problem is that I love both my father and my husband and who will I save first? Father or husband? I can’t lose either of them. Oh, why I’m so absent minded? My father is a really a good swimmer that had won many champions in swimming lol. I believe my father will save his beloved son in law.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
20 May 07
LoL, that's funny. I belive in such a case, you need to save your husband first. Thanks for your response!
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@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
20 May 07
I know why you suggested me to save my hubby first as you will be somebody’s husband in the future or if you’re husband of somebody then. I hope your daughter won’t pick the choice as mine lol.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
20 May 07
LoL, that's not what's in my mind. It's because you told me your father who know how to swim. So, it's more important and urgent to save your husband because he don't know how to swim. :)
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• Malaysia
23 Apr 07
Who will i save first?Well,since i assume i'm a great swimmer,i will save my mom first as i'm still single,i do not have a wife yet.
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
14 May 07
You are a good son! Your mum will be very happy and proud when she you will save her when she falls into the water. If you can teach her how to swim, then she is still safe even when you are not around :) Futher more, she could rescue other. Thanks for your response!
@glamgrl (384)
• Ireland
19 Nov 07
it would have to be my husband.my husband makes me happy and he is the father of my daughter. i love my father but he is a very difficult man. that is my choice-good question!
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
19 Nov 07
Wow, you are making your decision very fast. I can see that you love your husband very much. Do you mind elaborate more on why your father is a 'difficult' person? Thanks for your response btw!
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
21 Nov 07
I see. Seems like he is acting the strage way. I am still single and without girl friend. My ex left me 1 year ago. But if I have wife, and if she doesn't know how to swim, then I will save her. Because, my mum know how to swim LoL.
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
8 Jan 08
Hello dear friend. Thanks so much for your response and I am happy to see you around today. I wish you and your family a very prospective and healthy year of the rat.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
23 Jan 08
Thanks a lot for your greeting for me and my family. I hope you are doing as good in the coming year of rat. My visit to Mylot is very inconsistent now, because I really have many other stuffs to be taken care of in my life. Hope you don't mind whenever you got a late response from me LoL.
@sophylline (1042)
• Philippines
9 Nov 07
You know, when I was young, about ten years old, my aunt have already introduced me this stuff. She was sort of explaining the birds and the bees to me. I, with my young mind, had no idea why she was telling me this. She was telling me that later in life, when you get old enough to have a husband, your priorities will change and has given me this analogy. And surprisingly, she has told me, that since your priority will change, so therefore it is obvious who you will save.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
10 Nov 07
It's very true, that our priorities in life keep on changing. When we were young, our thinking and perspective of view is very straightforward and elementary. Although it's simple, but it's right sometimes. But over the years when we had grown up, our mind set had become more complicated. Therefore, it will change our priorities too, and we usually will do what we think is right.
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@jazgottt (1181)
• Poland
1 Sep 07
My boyfriend is not good at swimming, I'm not sure, if he can swimm at all;) my father swimms good, so I think he could wait. Both of them are not thin what is good thing in this case - the thinner you are, the faster you go under the water surface. But I don't think I am able to rescue anybody. I can swimm, but to rescue somebody you have to swimm very good and know how to do it.
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
4 Sep 07
Since you know how to swim, then you and your father should work together to save your boy friend. LoL. Thanks for your response!
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