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2021-07-25 4:52:49 PM  
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2021-07-25 5:50:45 PM  
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2021-07-25 8:26:32 PM  
That's what happened to a crew in Montana recently, although they weren't able to drive back the other way - one of the guys is currently intubated/sedated in the burn ward in SLC:

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2021-07-25 8:42:31 PM  

little big man: That's what happened to a crew in Montana recently, although they weren't able to drive back the other way - one of the guys is currently intubated/sedated in the burn ward in SLC:

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Fark me. That's terrifying.
 
2021-07-25 8:46:46 PM  
I'm ok with letting the fires burn.

With climate change, this seems like this will be the way things are.
 
2021-07-25 8:47:45 PM  
Waking nightmare...
 
2021-07-25 8:49:53 PM  
2015 Pinery Fire S.A - Fire trucks overrun by flames and go into burnover mode.
Youtube SIHIsSJ2Txk


They need burnover mode.
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 8:52:04 PM  
Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.
 
2021-07-25 8:52:47 PM  
"Roger, initiating 'getting the hell out of here' maneuver."
All snark aside, stay safe out there.
 
2021-07-25 8:54:44 PM  
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2021-07-25 8:54:45 PM  
It's Not News it's Twatter.
 
2021-07-25 9:03:12 PM  
Well? Don't hold out on me, was it a boy or a girl?
 
2021-07-25 9:03:56 PM  

The Dog Ate My Homework: little big man: That's what happened to a crew in Montana recently, although they weren't able to drive back the other way - one of the guys is currently intubated/sedated in the burn ward in SLC:

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Fark me. That's terrifying.


Err - yeah.  Thread over - all that needs to be said there
 
2021-07-25 9:05:11 PM  

HempHead: I'm ok with letting the fires burn.

With climate change, this seems like this will be the way things are.


Until it's your house it burns down
 
2021-07-25 9:09:08 PM  
I think our timeline has officially crossed the line into unadulterated Hell on Earth now.

151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

My personal #1 is being buried alive. Serpent and the Rainbow really got to me
 
2021-07-25 9:12:13 PM  
There was a second crew overrun in Montana on Friday. Five injured.
https://flatheadbeacon.com/2021/07/23​/​five-firefighters-injured-while-fighti​ng-montana-fire/
 
2021-07-25 9:23:58 PM  
That Garth Brooks was full of shiat!
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 9:24:16 PM  

berylman: I think our timeline has officially crossed the line into unadulterated Hell on Earth now.

151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.
My personal #1 is being buried alive. Serpent and the Rainbow really got to me


Forgot about that. I think that'd be my #2, drowning 3. You have the same amount of panic as drowning, but eventually you just run out of oxygen and just fall asleep, knowing it's the end. I'd think there's a more prolonged panic than drowning because it takes longer to run out of oxygen. I imagine the panic level dying in a fire like would be possible in that situation would be the same as the other 2, but the horrific farking pain to go along with it, BEGGING for the end, that's what makes it #1 for me.

On the other hand, I guess being buried alive gives you more time than drowning to think you have a chance of getting out, and frantically trying.

/Die in my sleep comfortably please
//Or suffocated by beautiful titties
 
2021-07-25 9:28:32 PM  

151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.


Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.
 
2021-07-25 9:29:24 PM  
I'm in Reno. This fire is about 80 miles southwest and another huge fire, the Dixie Fire is about the same distance Northwest. Fire season is getting more apocalyptic every year. Here's a photo that shows where you can usually see all the casinos downtown from our backyard. 
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2021-07-25 9:34:57 PM  
Not to threadjack, but the best way to die is huffing helium or a heroin overdose.
Helium is legal.
 
2021-07-25 9:39:38 PM  

little big man: That's what happened to a crew in Montana recently, although they weren't able to drive back the other way - one of the guys is currently intubated/sedated in the burn ward in SLC:

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Five more caught on Thursday. An awful week in Montana.
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2021-07-25 9:40:19 PM  
Is there no sound or am I doing something wrong?
 
2021-07-25 9:44:07 PM  

151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.


You lack imagination.

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Imagine being smothered to death by that fat naked sweaty ass.
 
2021-07-25 9:47:20 PM  

danielscissorhands: Is there no sound or am I doing something wrong?


I'm sure there was sound, but they decided to release it without it.

@#%^$# mother ^&**&^%# watch out #$^&(&^ I don't get paid for this ^&())E#$%
 
2021-07-25 9:47:42 PM  

lolmao500: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

You lack imagination.

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Imagine being smothered to death by that fat naked sweaty ass.


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151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 9:48:41 PM  

solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.


Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 9:49:13 PM  

lolmao500: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

You lack imagination.

[Fark user image image 517x539]

Imagine being smothered to death by that fat naked sweaty ass.


I'll farking fight you.
 
2021-07-25 9:49:30 PM  

lolmao500: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

You lack imagination.

[Fark user image 517x539]

Imagine being smothered to death by that fat naked sweaty ass.


Said every Republican and Nazi ever.
 
2021-07-25 9:51:22 PM  
Somebody needs to contact the company in Dubai that has been cloud seeding successfully with drones. And soonish.
 
2021-07-25 9:55:59 PM  

WyDave: little big man: That's what happened to a crew in Montana recently, although they weren't able to drive back the other way - one of the guys is currently intubated/sedated in the burn ward in SLC:

[Fark user image image 720x540]

Five more caught on Thursday. An awful week in Montana.
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And yet, for 30% of the country, wearing a face mask is too much to bear. ALL of our front line workers deserve more credit. Wildfires are a domestic combat zone. These guys are putting themselves in harms way, every single day. They should be appreciated, and compensated as such.
 
2021-07-25 10:01:47 PM  
And a thread about firefighters somehow becomes a thread about face masks and Nazis.
Welcome to Fark.
 
2021-07-25 10:02:54 PM  

151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"


It is better to die alone on your own terms. Why make others be a part of it. Almost all pack animals will wonder off to die. I've had many conversations with people that had to watch family members die of cancer. It's terrible for everyone. As soon as my doctor says I have cancer I will make sure all my wills are in order. Maybe take a really fun vacation with my loved ones. Call a drug dealer that can get the good stuff. Go hiking by myself.
 
2021-07-25 10:10:41 PM  
BSAB
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 10:11:51 PM  

solokumba: 151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"

It is better to die alone on your own terms. Why make others be a part of it. Almost all pack animals will wonder off to die. I've had many conversations with people that had to watch family members die of cancer. It's terrible for everyone. As soon as my doctor says I have cancer I will make sure all my wills are in order. Maybe take a really fun vacation with my loved ones. Call a drug dealer that can get the good stuff. Go hiking by myself.


That's kinda how I feel personally as well. For my death. But what about the handful of people that care about you that have to wonder what happened to you? How long do they suffer not knowing what happened. Did it hurt? Did you suffer? Why didn't you tell me? Did I do something wrong? Why why why.

/Every "you" replace with people in your life talking about you
 
2021-07-25 10:15:00 PM  

151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"


Mostly we all die alone. Drowning and fire victims die in similar manner. Once water or smoke enters the lungs they stop working or even moving period.  Fire fighters can burn to death but most people in house fires stop breathing from smoke before the flames reach them. Saw example of occupant and pets all dead from smoke. No burns at all. People think they can run into a burning house to rescue pets or valuables with a cloth over their mouth and nose.  Hint: you can't. The person drowning is the one not struggling. You all should know this.
 
2021-07-25 10:17:51 PM  

solokumba: Not to threadjack, but the best way to die is huffing helium or a heroin overdose.
Helium is legal.


I was gonna say when naked alien ScarJo eats me.
 
2021-07-25 10:18:24 PM  

NM Volunteer: [iFrame https://www.youtube.com/embed/SIHIsSJ2​Txk?autoplay=1&widget_referrer=https%3​A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&start=0&enablejsap​i=1&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&​widgetid=1]

They need burnover mode.


Holy shiat those were blue flames.
 
2021-07-25 10:21:55 PM  

lolmao500: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

You lack imagination.

[Fark user image 517x539]

Imagine being smothered to death by that fat naked sweaty ass.


Hopefully he will have a stroke. Be put in a home that only allows great Americans. Raped nightly by a deranged Nazi custodian that torches his room to hide the evidence and it takes 60 days to put the fire out.
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 10:24:49 PM  

Nocrash: 151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"

Mostly we all die alone. Drowning and fire victims die in similar manner. Once water or smoke enters the lungs they stop working or even moving period.  Fire fighters can burn to death but most people in house fires stop breathing from smoke before the flames reach them. Saw example of occupant and pets all dead from smoke. No burns at all. People think they can run into a burning house to rescue pets or valuables with a cloth over their mouth and nose.  Hint: you can't. The person drowning is the one not struggling. You all should know this.


My meaning of "dying alone" was less literal. Alone as in, nobody knows or cares. In my morbid example above, it happens when you haven't paid your rent in a month, because you're dead, AND when the sheriff comes to evict you and they open your apartment door to a horrid stench.

Literally alone. Nobody to talk to. Nobody to care. Nobody, nothing.
 
2021-07-25 10:25:05 PM  

berylman: I think our timeline has officially crossed the line into unadulterated Hell on Earth now.

151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.
My personal #1 is being buried alive. Serpent and the Rainbow really got to me



A long time ago I read the book version of 'Wrath of Khan'. There was a part where Kirk and the away team were going to beam down to the Genesis planet, but the coordinates were underground rather than on the surface of the planet.

The narration described Kirk as half-expecting to be beamed into solid rock and entombed forever.

That situation terrified the hell out of young Englebert. I still don't like to ponder it at any great length.
 
2021-07-25 10:28:10 PM  

toddalmighty: NM Volunteer: [iFrame https://www.youtube.com/embed/SIHIsSJ2​Txk?autoplay=1&widget_referrer=https%3​A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&start=0&enablejsap​i=1&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fark.com&​widgetid=1]

They need burnover mode.

Holy shiat those were blue flames.


Drought conditions and a recent harvest leaving dry fuel on the ground, since that was farmland.
 
2021-07-25 10:28:43 PM  

solokumba: 151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"

It is better to die alone on your own terms. Why make others be a part of it. Almost all pack animals will wonder off to die. I've had many conversations with people that had to watch family members die of cancer. It's terrible for everyone. As soon as my doctor says I have cancer I will make sure all my wills are in order. Maybe take a really fun vacation with my loved ones. Call a drug dealer that can get the good stuff. Go hiking by myself.


Between dementia and cancer I'm not sure what's worse. On one hand your mind is going but your body may be fine, and on the other your body is going but your mind is as sharp as ever. Both are terrible ways to go, and I wouldn't wish it on anyone. I've had to deal with both situations with my significant other's family, her mom's getting mini-strokes causing vascular dementia and she's going downhill fast. All this after watching her brother die of lung cancer even though he never smoked. He was an aspiring screenwriter who would have made a big break if he were still around. I never got to meet him, but from what I hear he was a pretty cool and interesting person.

My family just has a history of heart problems, here today and gone tomorrow. Doesn't bode well for my future, what with my being a raging asshole all the time.
 
2021-07-25 10:29:11 PM  
Just as well they were in a Truckee.
 
2021-07-25 10:31:39 PM  

Chainsaw Turd Elf: I'm in Reno. This fire is about 80 miles southwest and another huge fire, the Dixie Fire is about the same distance Northwest. Fire season is getting more apocalyptic every year. Here's a photo that shows where you can usually see all the casinos downtown from our backyard. [Fark user image image 425x318]


Right up the hill in Spanish Springs. Planned on taking my dog to Rancho as she just got a dire diagnosis,but even the skies are against us
 
2021-07-25 10:32:38 PM  

151: solokumba: 151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"

It is better to die alone on your own terms. Why make others be a part of it. Almost all pack animals will wonder off to die. I've had many conversations with people that had to watch family members die of cancer. It's terrible for everyone. As soon as my doctor says I have cancer I will make sure all my wills are in order. Maybe take a really fun vacation with my loved ones. Call a drug dealer that can get the good stuff. Go hiking by myself.

That's kinda how I feel personally as well. For my death. But what about the handful of people that care about you that have to wonder what happened to you? How long do they suffer not knowing what happened. Did it hurt? Did you suffer? Why didn't you tell me? Did I do something wrong? Why why why.

/Every "you" replace with people in your life talking about you


I've been there. There is no reason to it and there is nothing you can do about it. I come from a long family of men that have taken their own lives so their family did not have to deal with the mental and financial stress. It's better to burn out than fade away.
 
2021-07-25 10:34:30 PM  
If I could start from 22 again, I would have tried out to be a  wilderness fire fighter or a smoke jumper.   Yeah, low pay, dangerous conditions, deployed for weeks.  I don't care.  It's elemental.  You exhaust yourself to the point of collapse in a fire.
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 10:37:26 PM  

Stibium: solokumba: 151: solokumba: 151: Only way to die I can think of worse than drowning. fark all that.

Actually drowning isn't that bad.
A calm comes over you and your mind just shuts down. Much like freezing to death.
Fire is bad.
Pancreatic cancer is way worse.

Well, fark. You're definitely not wrong. I guess "undiagnosed" dying is kinda the theme of "worst way to die" conversation.

Where does "alone and forgotten about" count? I thought about this reading about farkers that died recently, and had the morbid thought like, if I died tomorrow, nobody here would know, or care that they didn't know. There's like 2 people in my life that know I read/post here, and they never would think to come say hey this dude died, better post about it! Not that I think my contributions here are worth noting, or mourning, it was more of a "how many farkers are gone that none of us know about?"

It is better to die alone on your own terms. Why make others be a part of it. Almost all pack animals will wonder off to die. I've had many conversations with people that had to watch family members die of cancer. It's terrible for everyone. As soon as my doctor says I have cancer I will make sure all my wills are in order. Maybe take a really fun vacation with my loved ones. Call a drug dealer that can get the good stuff. Go hiking by myself.

Between dementia and cancer I'm not sure what's worse. On one hand your mind is going but your body may be fine, and on the other your body is going but your mind is as sharp as ever. Both are terrible ways to go, and I wouldn't wish it on anyone. I've had to deal with both situations with my significant other's family, her mom's getting mini-strokes causing vascular dementia and she's going downhill fast. All this after watching her brother die of lung cancer even though he never smoked. He was an aspiring screenwriter who would have made a big break if he were still around. I never got to meet him, but from what I hear he was a pretty cool and interesting person.

My family just has a history of heart problems, here today and gone tomorrow. Doesn't bode well for my future, what with my being a raging asshole all the time.


I am dreaming with my dad who has had Alzheimer's and dementia, and it's getting really bad. My sister came out from California a few weeks ago, we went out to eat at the only restaurant he went wanted to go to eat at, and got a week leading up to these plans he kept explaining this place to us. It's next to a...a place... Where you take your car...? "A garage right dad?" " yeah and then there's a place where... Where they fix your car?" "Oh like a garage?" "Yeah, yeah a garage"

Long story short, he wanted to go to the place that we were literally seated at, eating at. 15-20 times he kept trying to say "this is nice but why didn't you take me to that place next to the..uhhh... The car place?"

We were at the place.

THAT'S my hell. I don't ever want to end up like that. I want a stroke/dementia/Alzheimer's DNR
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-07-25 10:40:56 PM  
Dealing* not dreaming. If I'm dreaming with my dad then these mushrooms are farking WORKING
 
2021-07-25 10:41:06 PM  

151: THAT'S my hell. I don't ever want to end up like that. I want a stroke/dementia/Alzheimer's DNR


My retirement plan involves shooting myself on my 75th birthday, after chocolate cake and a nice scotch or maybe an imperial stout.
 
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