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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by Glockdude1, Mar 23, 2009.
If you choke a Smurf, what color do they turn???
Good question! I've never thought of that one...
Felix asks: If you choke a smurf what color will it turn?
Well, heres the thing: you are a person, and a smurf is a cartoon. While cartoons turn blue when choked, people turn red. Since this is a crazy case of a person choking a cartoon (A la Who Framed Roger Rabbit) I would say the smurf would run through a cycle of red to blue, which would appear purple, followed by a deep blue. If we have a hypothetical real-life smurf on our hands, we would have to dissect one to examine the color of ones blood and the blood vessel mapping in the face area of said smurf, from which we could draw an educated hypothesis of the color a smurf would turn when choked. Because of the relatively small size of a smurf, I presume it would be rather difficult to choke one without breaking its neck, and with a dead smurf on our hands with no blood flow to traverse to the capillaries of the face and eyes, I presume we would simply have a bloated blue dead smurf. The only way I could see a person initiating a smurf choking would be to instigate it. Go tell Handy that Brainy called Smurfette a loose-Lucy, my bet is that Handy chokes Brainy until he turns white.
Deep man, Real Deep!
Deep **** man, smoking doobee again I see.