What would you save if your house was on fire?

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  1. robortwillys

    robortwillys New Member

    Hello everyone,

    My mom often said that if she could only save one thing, it would be our family photos — though that's not as relevant today in the age of digital photography. Has your home ever caught fire? If so, you probably went the safe route and saved yourself before your stuff. But if your house were burning and you could only save one thing, what would it be?

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  3. Tabris

    Tabris New Member

    What a question! Of course my PC.
  4. joking_king

    joking_king New Member

    I would save my cat and my pillow
  5. bluehmstr

    bluehmstr Lurking Newbie

    I would agree with Tabris, I'd grab my laptop.
  6. LeeSCo

    LeeSCo New Member

    Surely without being boring,it would be your insurance documents?
  7. spoonhead

    spoonhead New Member

    Laptop of course, the rest can be re-bought but this beast contains precious data and was pretty expensive on his own anyway.
  8. andygo

    andygo New Member

    hmm... only one thing? :D ok ok... let's see... hmm... the most precious thing that i would save is my lappie... it contains tons of my work... wall1 can't imagine it got burn... :cry:
  9. on30-bug

    on30-bug New Member

    I guess I wood agree with most of you about the laptop BUT My laptop is 15 year old and the only thing on it is Street atlas and a few games. I use it in the Mohome while traveling. Before you think I have money. The mohome is a ford van made into a camper, I guess that what I would got out of a fire. Now that We are retired We are traveling 4 to 5 mo. a year.
  10. Lucasresende

    Lucasresende New Member

    i will save my wife and my kids
  11. firebat

    firebat New Member

    myself dhaaa:cry::cry:
  12. GluedFingers

    GluedFingers New Member

    I would save the wife. The kids are never around anyway.
  13. onemomentcaller

    onemomentcaller New Member

    Why? You can always get another one. :thumb:
  14. GluedFingers

    GluedFingers New Member

    I put a lot of effort in training this one and as a plus, she encourages me to build with cardboard. :mrgreen:

    But of course, the main reason is that she makes a darn good coffee.
  15. khidotmama

    khidotmama New Member

    My treasured plushies. (of course, I must drive all of my family out first) :)
  16. RocketmanTan

    RocketmanTan Well-Known Member

    My flash drives. Now, my scenario is that i'm wearing pants with my cell phone and ipod touch in them. As for my papermodels, I would douse them in alcohol/dad's beer so they wont catch fire and help fuel the flames.
  17. Rocci

    Rocci New Member

    I would catch as much as I can! I think everyone would do that.
    And to my opinion, when my house is on fire, one rule: RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN!
  18. 80sguy

    80sguy New Member

    My hard drive and dino buckler (Japanese Power Ranger morpher) and autograph collection (which is all stored in one box so I only need to run in once lol).


    My cat and my cats pillow.
  20. jgderuvo

    jgderuvo Member

    My wife and son, of course! Then the Dog. Then my laptop and iPhone. And Bible. Everything else can be replaced.
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