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Inspired from something interesting in my life. I have questions for everyone:
What is the smallest space you have seen someone fit into (personally, not on tv or the web)?
Do you ever have the urge to fit yourself into small spaces?
What is the smallest spacwe that you have fit into?

I think a cardboard box.
Not regularly.
Probably a locker.

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Hmm, I can fit into lockers...but I don't remember much else. I have been growing at a fast rate for a while so I don't really know.

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I have witnessed the kids climbing into boxes, cupboards, and shelves. Nothing really impressive for the size that they were at the time.

I have many urges to stuff myself into a box and ship myself far, far, away. Mostly because of previously mentioned kids.

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I participated in a game of hide-and-seek with my siblings, and during the course of the game I managed to wedge myself into a shelf of mine.

During the mentioned game I found my brother in the dryer, which resulted in a rather long lecture from my father.

I rarely have any urges to confine myself to small spaces.

I've always wondered how small children have a knack for perpetrating the bounds of sanity.
*recalls early childhood and chuckles*

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I once crawled past the spare tire and the sidewall of the car from the back seat to the trunk to unlock the trunk from the inside. I guess the gap was less than 18 inches (0.5 meters)
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On a trip to the Britain I once say a girl (about 14 to 15) fit into a dryer.

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My personal witnesses of impressive self-cramming seen a rather large man fit himself into a dryer to prove he could, a boy of around 2 manage to squeeze himself between the vertical bars in a railing, and, my personal favorite, a different boy around age 3 decide to sit in the refrigerator and do so.

I'm not particularly interested in putting myself into a box. I need my space.

—Alorael, who doesn't know what the smallest space he's ever been in was. It was probably non-Euclidean, though.
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I've found it's now impossible for me to be put in a box.

I like the scene in Ocean's Eleven when the tiny Asian acrobat slips back first down into the inside of a lockbox on wheels being taken into the casino vault. He folds up neatly in two, and slides down neatly inside completely out of sight. I guess you'd have to not be claustrophobic to be in the heist business.

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I discovered during my senior year of high school that I could fit into all but the smallest size lockers in the band room. It started as a prank on my girlfriend, and I ended up liking the fact that it was quiet and comfortable so much that I began to occasionally meditate in my locker during my lunch hour.

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[ Sunday, November 18, 2007 23:07: Message edited by: Lenar ]

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And to think that school bullies usually consider this punishment.

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quote:
Originally written by Safey:

On a trip to the Britain I once say a girl (about 14 to 15) fit into a dryer.
Yeah, we have to cram ourselves into dryers once a week, lest we forget how to do it.

I've once managed to fit in one of the shelves in my wardrobe. Looking at the gap now, though, I very much doubt I'll be able to get in again.

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quote:
Originally written by The Ratt:

Probably a locker.
My locker in 10th grade was easy to fit into. It was a music locker made for either a double bass or two cellos. I ate lunch in my locker quite a bit.

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quote:
Originally written by Funkadelic:

quote:
Originally written by Safey:

On a trip to the Britain I once say a girl (about 14 to 15) fit into a dryer.
Yeah, we have to cram ourselves into dryers once a week, lest we forget how to do it.

That's "we" as in "all Brits"? Because if yes, you people are even odder than I've always thought. :P

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Let me clarify while I saw this happen in Britain the girl was a fellow American

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Yet again UBB attacked me. (It's a sign, I tell you! A sign!) Let me say this again.

This one little kid at my school, "Skippy,"* decided one day to try to slip all the way through the semicircular loop at the top of a metal hand railing during recess. He got in up to his stomach and was unable to go further. He couldn't back his arms out, either. He just hung there, attracting a huge crowd and laughing hysterically (like he always does whenever he inflicts pain or hardship on himself). I'm not sure how he got out. I think that a teacher came over and helped him. No fire departments. Aww. Now he's too big and wise to do that again (even though it was just last school year).

When I was younger, I loved slipping under a laundry basket and being able to have it firmly on the ground. I didn't outgrow being able to do this until, oh, third grade.

*Name not changed for posterity. Actual nickname.

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Because of your last post I just decided to see if I could fit under a laundry basket. The answer is no.

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Pfft. Forget when I could fit under a laundry basket. I used to be able to go through a laundry basket.

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:eek: You're kidding, right?

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Must not have been a very good laundry basket then...

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Masochists must enjoy cramming themselves under sinks because it's quite painful.

Yes, I've done that before...quite stupid actually.

I never attempted to fit under a laundry basket, but I do remember sledding down a flight of stairs in one.

*Announcer: Children do NOT try this at home.*

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This just might be the oddest thread ever. I'm rather enjoying it.

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quote:
Originally written by Safey:

Let me clarify while I saw this happen in Britain the girl was a fellow American
She was just adopting the local customs, I'll wager.

And yes, Aran, I did mean "all Brits". Ask saunders if you don't believe me.

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The famous English sense of humour is like the famous Chinese small feet.

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See that's funny, my dad is 100% Chinese and he has pretty big feet. I do too. So does my brother.

Anyway, speaking of culturual stuff, aren't europeans hairy?

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quote:
Originally written by The Ratt:

See that's funny, my dad is 100% Chinese and he has pretty big feet. I do too. So does my brother.
Chinese women, not men, have small feet. The stereotype stands. (Unless your mom is Chinese and has big feet too...)

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