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Cyranny’s quickie!




Would you rather live with normal arms and legs that don’t bend, or normal legs and arms that don’t bend?



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10 thoughts on “Cyranny’s quickie!

  1. Well since my legs don’t bend that well to start with, I guess I’ll pick legs. Driving will prove a challenge and the fact that I can’t stand up for a long stretch without a great deal of pain will probably make me re-think my choice over and over again.

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  2. I’d pick legs that don’t bend. I assume we’re talking knees/ankles and that I can bend at the hips to sit. Because then I could still type and play piano and read a book comfortably, things I love. I’d miss driving but it’s the age of Uber.


  3. That’s an interesting question. I’d go with legs unable to bend I suppose. I do so much with my arms and hands that I couldn’t properly function without their full use. My legs could deal without bending.


  4. I’m with Beckie. I had to read the question several times. But anyway, nothing works very well these days so the question is a bit unnecessary.

    I suppose if my arms were stretched out at 90 degrees to my body and I had to walk everywhere like someone trying to fly then that might be a bit inconvenient (turning sideways to get through doors, taking up the entire elevator, terrifying everyone by giving the impression that you are about to hug them – that sort of thing) and difficult to adapt to.
    On the other hand if my legs where splayed out at 180 degrees to each other like a perfect ballerina doing the splits then …. well …. that might be very inconvenient..


  5. Walking without legs that bend would mean walking like a zombie. I suppose that could be fun, especially if my arms could bend so I could use them to apply zombie makeup. πŸ§Ÿβ€β™‚οΈ


  6. Hard choice. But I love walking, hiking, fell-walking…so I would need my legs to bend. I am sure I would struggle with arms that didn’t move properly. I reminds me of that deodorant advert.


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