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Desc:How to survive shoddy Russian architecture with your very own spring loaded luxury metal tomb
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:russia, disaster, bed, earthquakes, tomb
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Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2015-11-25
Being stuck in one of those for days underneath tonnes of rubble is a pretty horrifying thought... I guess if it had plentiful batteries + a tablet it wouldnt be so bad tho..

Also if your concerned about that why not just build a really strong crossbraced cage from steel I beams around your sleeping area. It would give you more space + it'd be big and less likely to be hidden under a pile of rubble + Theres no weird moving parts of mechanisms you have to rely on (and also have to rely on *not* triggering when u are fucking)
infinite zest - 2015-11-25
Yeah I was thinking that too. Refill those water bottles with Vodka and I'd be fine for at least a week. I doubt if fucking would trigger it though, since the pressure would be on top of the bed, just like jumping on the bed would, but I live right next to a light rail, and every time it goes by, which is every 10 minutes or so, my place shakes a little bit from the ground up, probably something that would register on a seismograph.

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2015-11-25
Augh, the vodka idea sounds like hell to me.. I'm a really paranoid hangover person and would just generally be more anxious than average I reckon.
I'd have to stay hammered the entire time, If I sobered up at all I would flip out!

infinite zest - 2015-11-25
Yeah.. I was thinking it would be a good way to pass the time between sleeping when there's nothing else to do, but not knowing if a rescue team was ever going to come would really freak me out, or if the thing would even open properly. I'm super claustrophobic though. I think there was some movie where somebody's buried alive and his killer throws a bottle of whiskey in the casket with him, but I can't remember which one.

infinite zest - 2015-11-25
I remember when I was a kid we had a 6.0 earthquake in Portland, which really didn't do any big damage. If I was 20 years older and living by myself I'd be trapped for life if I had one of these things! :(

Old_Zircon - 2015-11-25
I used to have a married couple who were both ballet dancers living below me and I'm pretty sure their thrice nightly violent buttsex would have set this off, whole room would shake. I actually didn't realize what it was for weeks because seriously, it was like earth movers working down there.

infinite zest - 2015-11-25
Heh.. I got a complaint from my old upstairs neighbor for the same reason, but that was maybe once every couple of weeks, sometimes a lot more. I never complained about his electric bass noodling at 7 in the morning either. :(

betamaxed - 2015-11-25
My favorite part of this concept is that if the person in the bed was just in the slightest off position or had their extremities hang off the edge of the bed it would lead to serious injury or even a total loss of a limb.
jfcaron_ca - 2015-11-25
I had the same thought.

Also imagine if a lot of people bought these. A bunch of massive steel boxes in under-built buildings can't really help the stability and strength of the thing.

mouser - 2015-11-25
Built-in guillotine.

Sanest Man Alive - 2015-12-01
"how to survive shoddy Russian architecture with even more shoddy Russian architecture"

Oscar Wildcat - 2015-11-25
I'd drive up to the guy's house with a big pair of subwoofers, and when the device triggers, walk in and help myself to King Tut's riches.
fedex - 2015-11-25
plus you get to play Pyro
Binro the Heretic - 2015-11-26

Nominal - 2015-11-25
I could never get this one to work in Night Trap.
The Mothership - 2015-11-25
That's right Mr Bond, relax and sleep easy here in my guest bedroom.
Baldr - 2015-11-25
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Jeriko-1 - 2015-11-26
Yeah, that looks completely and totally safe! No sir, nothing could ever go wrong there!
Binro the Heretic - 2015-11-26
So what if an earthquake hits and you're not in bed? Does it automatically slam shut whether you're in it or not?

I foresee a lot of people stumbling across shaking floors to get to their bed only to have it slam shut right in front of them.
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