• A single Japanese radish
gives enough energy to
a
human being to walk
28 feet
the second radish is 29 feet away
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    • Just fall forward and you will be able to reach it
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    • That's kind of rad-ish
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    • Your logic is flawed he would only have to bend down to grab it not move the extra foot
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    • A single stick of butter gives a human being enough energy to walk 42,768 feet... suck on that you puny vegans with your dumb radishes
      aearly92 9 jun
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    • Is it just me or, why do these skeletons never have clothes on? Did they just end up on the desert naked?
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    • Guys. Idk about you but i find it extremely mind blowing that a whole ass human body, brain, respiratory system, muscles and everything can walk the hunk of meat 28 god damnes feet on a RADISH. The energy efficiency is mind boggling
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    • Please say hello to slinky, he needs friends
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    • I appreciate they cropped out the "this is the funniest post on this website" that is under the second picture. Respect
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    • Walk a foot before you eat the radish
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    • That is not at all how food works.
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    • False, it only fills .5 of the hunger unit
      ChknBne 9 jun
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    • It would only work for people of average height and weight tho
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    • You fool! Now you haven’t the energy to eat the radish!!! Hahahaha!
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    • It gave you enough energy to walk 28 feet. Not grab, chew, breath, or anything else. You only get to walk.
      Monarch 8 jun
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    • Just walk with both feet at the same time. Then you’ll be able to walk 56 feet.
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    • Most humans arent under a foot tall
      Nap_God 10 jun
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    • So basically you'd have to eat 10 percent of your crop just to harvest it? 7...8...9..."CHOMP*...1...2...
      aearly92 9 jun
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    • Place a line of radishes 29 feet apart and watch as the human is forced to starve slowly as they lose energy with all the food they need in sight
      Naspvida 8 jun
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    • I can walk 28 feet without much energy in general
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    • thank god they cropped out the unnecessary reaction comment
      XDRDogex 8 jun
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    • That isn't alot of energy surprisingly enough
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    • This is an ancient meme
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    • This reminds me of Gavin Free's question about if a human can survive on hope alone. His question boiled down to if a human was stranded in a desert, and they died after walking X miles, then you rewind time and put a sandwich like 3 feet beyond that point, would that human survive that extra 3 ft
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    • Walk 28 ft, go prone, with the added arm span u will be able to reach it. Also: if you have no more energy than that of a fucking Raddish, then you’re not alive to begin with
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    • So humans run on roughly 189 radishes per mile... Interesting
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    • What it's like living paycheck to paycheck
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    • A single steak can give you enough energy to be a man.
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    • I just got back from a convention for vegetables that grow under ground, and i wasnt the only one to turnip.
      qballer_ 9 jun
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    • Nice try Bud. This was your closest one yet
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    • That’s sounds really small i mean at most someone could eat like what a hundred in a day but i think some could walk more than 2800 feet (about half a mile ) on that amount of food
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    • But what about the energy it takes to eat and digest the radish?
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    • Jump
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    • How many beats per mile
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    • Daikon radish is pretty good in hot pots
      Link 8 jun
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    • Would it be doubled for midgets?
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    • Take longer exaggerated steps. Easy.
      Kalibere 8 jun
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    • So I walk forward then I purposely fall and get the radish
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    • Get a maze with a radish every 28 feet and make it 200 miles long and see what happens give water every so often tho
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    • If you had any energy to consume the first radish, wouldn’t you have enough in the 28 to 29 ratio?
      Sarah253 8 jun
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    • Take one step before you eat the first one
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    • Threesum 8 jun
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    • If you fall if would make up for the next foot
      _Hoopla_ 8 jun
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      crabone 8 jun
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    • The spirits of the dead- I mean my worshippers- I MeAn My FrIeNdS will give me the strength to drag myself the extra foot
      Mswolfy81 13 jun
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    • It gives you like half a fucking hunger bar
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    • Just take big boy steps
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    • Just jump
      skoooter 9 jun
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    • This is implying that the entire span of this person's body is less than 1 foot....
      heckya33 9 jun
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    • It’s definitely more than that. Imagine walking and eating a radish every 10 seconds
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    • Anyone remember Gavin from roosterteeth with the sandwich question?
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    • Then you don't have the energy to chew
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    • If you were on the verge of starving to death but then you saw food...would you live longer to get to the food or nah?
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    • This implies that you have zero energy before the radish. Therefore it makes no sense.
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    • But what if you had hope?
      Brachy 8 jun
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    • That's not very much energy at all
      MCHolly7 8 jun
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    • I’m pretty sure Gavin Free did a study on this
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    • But just seeing it will make you stronger, and you can proceed to take a nibble and keep going
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    • Good thing I have a 30-foot armspan
      D3Duper 8 jun
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    • My questioning attitude makes me wary to this claim
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    • Japanese radishes are so good
      GayBoyy 8 jun
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    • iAhegao 8 jun
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    • That one rtaa with starving in the desert
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    • “Walk” I would do the laziest thing possible to get that food
      Hrfjio 8 jun
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    • it takes .5 calories on average to walk 28 feet and japanese radishes have around 60 calories each
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    • But if your taller then one foot you can fall over and grab it
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    • Just repair him with gold
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    • Not even the carrion eaters are interested in your irradiated corpse
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    • Munch them during mile
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    • Eat some opiates and you'll walk forever
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    • This pops up every now and then and I love it
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    • You guys do realize we have stores of fat we can use as an energy source? This would only apply to someone like the prisoners at a nazi death camp
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    • has anyone seen Gavin?
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    • Wouldn't it depend on several factors, like size and maturity? What nutrients are present in the soil? Etc?
      jollygee 8 jun
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    • Gavin seeing a sandwich theory anyone?
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    • Even if it was 28 feet away you would only get enough energy to get to it, you would still need enough energy to eat and digest food
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    • It's a fine line between a shitpost and a shot post
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    • Drink gasoline. You can walk 5 minutes but it has 31,000 calories
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    • I heard radish
      iRaditz 8 jun
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    • Well that's to walk, you can just fall face first into the next radish and consume
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    • just like every game
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    • Is that taking in to account the energy spent eating said radish?
      RotsiRots 12 jun
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    • Just run instead idiot
      MEm_eKinG 12 jun
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    • Damn this man's 1 ft tall
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    • A classic
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    • Maybe it’s because of all the rad- iation.... get it?
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    • If you dropped at 28 feet you’d squash the radish
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    • Even if it was 28 feet away you would have enough energy to eat it
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    • Carrots give enough for four miles. Choose wisely
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    • Every video game ever
      DRCulo 10 jun
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    • How did they measure this
      Edgey 10 jun
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    • Never said how far you could crawl
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