You’d be surprised what kind of unassuming things can kill folks.
Common sense doesn’t always factor in apparently.
In the defense of the hot dogs, folks might actually forget the activity known as ‘chewing’.
This is a good reason why you shouldn’t shake the machine to get an extra soda or bag of chips.
Seriously, don’t fall asleep in the bath tub if you’re a deep sleeper.
If you don’t have the strength to get laid, well, life sucks, but don’t do it.
Are you done groaning yet?
So Ghostbusters II was a fun movie AND a warning of things to come?
Considering that this is known, why in the world has it continued to be this big of an issue?
Okay, this one’s tough to get around without grilling people about their penmanship.
Grab that BS button and hold it down.
Because they can’t use their right hand to balance things out, right?
And yet…it was still made, not pulled, and guys kept downing the pills.
This is tough to argue against since deer tend to cross the road when they feel like it.
Seriously, who are these people standing next to cows when they tip over?
Nature can be a serious pain in the ass.
It’s amazing that people can look up ways to stay safe around wild animals, and this still happens.
The interesting thing about dogs is that the majority of them are actually fairly nice until they’re antagonized.
From keeping things clean to not acting like a braindead dip around fire and anything to do with it, being safe around fire is exceedingly easy.
This is a serious debate in the making so to keep it light let’s just say that yes, this is an issue.
Do people remember what common sense is?
This is tough to think about without wondering how foolish people are being.
If a volcano blows without giving people any warning then sure, but damn, people usually get warnings.
Oh let the malpractice bells ring.
This is believable since folks, for some reason, don’t think about heat stroke as much as other issues.
You’ve got to wonder if personal responsibility still exists.
Well, that’s not inaccurate since more people are bound to stand under coconut trees than swim with sharks.
That’s believable, there are still plenty of morons that know how to work out.
But we don’t treat this like an epidemic, do we?
Here’s another debate that would take another few articles to really get into. It’s true, but accountability is often passed off for something else.
Just shaking my head over here.
At some point people need to be held accountable. If you can’t handle stairs, find a way to stay safe, or move to a one-story building.
An allergic reaction is kind of tough to argue against.
In the water it feels as though it might be difficult to avoid these, but on land? Huh boy.
This is confusing really, because unless one passes out then there’s no reason for a single death in one of these things.
What are people doing that can’t be avoided?
It feels like common sense could take care of this.
Let’s be clear, alcohol and fireworks DON’T MIX.
This is tough to argue against since it could be idiocy or it could be accidental, it’s tough to know.
This is another tough argument to make since it’s tough to know when such a situation is bound to occur.
Sometimes you just want to shake people to see if it rattles something loose.
I would say it’s best to leave them alone, and it is, but sometimes a person might stumble upon a hill without knowing about it, until it’s too late.
I’ll say it: This is flat out stupidity, greed, and the reason that online stores are thriving while big box stores have to fight to keep up.
This is a tough one to argue against since in all fairness this could happen to anyone.
I could say quite a bit about this, but I’ll pass for now.
Too many people think they can multitask.
Leave them alone, stay out of their territory, read a damn book on hippos for crying out loud.
Wow, I just can’t figure this one.
WTR? (Why’s That Radass?)
How some of these deaths occur is insane, not to mention kind of ridiculous since it can be chalked up to human error and stupidity. When it comes down to things that can kill you there are plenty of things that can’t be entirely avoided, but unfortunately human nature is one of them. What do you think Radassers? Are some of these killer situations avoidable?