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New Poll - Immortal Body Parts
More fun polls by jacob66! I just realized I should've added vision as one of the choices... too late...

You can submit poll ideas here
http://www.mangaupdates.com/showtopic.php?tid=3903

Previous Poll Results:
Question: Would you date/marry someone much older than you (10+ years)?
Choices:
No - votes: 1973 (51.1%)
Yes - votes: 1886 (48.9%)
There were 3859 total votes.
The poll ended: October 10th 2020

Wow, haven't had a close split like this in a long time! Seemed like most of the people in the comments were fine with it, but then there's that non-vocal majority that says no
Posted by lambchopsil on 
October 10th 8:16am
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» VawX on October 10th, 2020, 1:21am

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Wow, haven't had a close split like this in a long time! Seemed like most of the people in the comments were fine with it, but then there's that non-vocal majority that says no

I'd say because most commenters are older in general, as you can see most of the commenters in that post already joined this site for years mmm...

As for aging, I guess brain mmm...
Dementia is super scary mmm...

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» docdesanta on October 10th, 2020, 5:24am

This one's a no brainer (heh).

Though tbh, I do miss the times when my knees don't hurt just doing regular activities. I'm still only in my late 20s too and I'm not looking forward to it getting worse.

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» calstine on October 10th, 2020, 7:01am

Well, it's like this. Either I'd choose whole body non-ageing or I'd choose to age and die normally. Imagine living forever without being able to move and/or breathe and/or digest properly, but your mind was as sharp as a 20-year-old's! You'd probably go crazy or become severely depressed. OTOH, perfect physical health is useless if you have dementia and can't enjoy or even appreciate it.

So... Do I choose "other" or not vote at all? 🤨

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» Transdude1996 on October 10th, 2020, 8:09am

I'd go with the brain due to it's significance to the rest of the human body outside of just what we are conscious of.

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Imagine living forever without being able to move and/or breathe and/or digest properly, but your mind was as sharp as a 20-year-old's!

You just described the 300+ lb. tubs of lard who are the posterboys for the CDC's "obesity epidemic", and are so fat that they are literally and physically unable to wipe their own ass.

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» residentgrigo on October 10th, 2020, 8:36am

I go with my heart due to high blood pressure that medication admittedly fully solved. No one knows how I ended up with a severe hypertensive crisis but no damage was done and a solved problem is a solved problem. I got lucky by being unlucky and now have the best blood pressure of my life. Thx bisoprolol and amlodipine. Cheap as dirt too.

Why the brain is destined to win. JFK truly changed the world.
Rationalizing Brutality: The Cultural Legacy of the Headshot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4ynPp10jMc&t=1s

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» Trimutius on October 10th, 2020, 9:14am

Because everything but brain can be replaced to a degree, it is brain for me.... for example it is Too late for teeth really already for me, i have almost no real teeth left, but there is no inconvenience from that, so what if i have 2 implants and mouth full of crowns...

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» Karonhioktha on October 10th, 2020, 10:03am

I know people will put brain, but please remember that dementia, being "senile", and memory loss are not a normal part of aging!
My vote would go to bones, joints or muscles. Even with diet and exercise, there's still some degree of age-related degeneration that can cause loss of bone density, arthritis, and faster muscle wasting. I see the older population struggle with bone and joint disorders so much and it looks painful!

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» Wefa on October 10th, 2020, 11:15am

I'm not trying to be nitpicky or anything but metabolism is not digestion. They are two vastly different things. I copied this stuff from Google: "Digestion refers to how the body processes food in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and eliminates food waste via the intestines. Metabolism refers to how the cells utilize the energy we have absorbed from food during digestion."

A body part I would choose is the brain. It seems scary to have a healthy vessel(body) but a brain which is unhealthy. Its like your a hollow shell and that your no longer there while the rest of your body is healthy.

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» dreamer00013 on October 12th, 2020, 5:44pm

Ah. I was wondering what metabolism was doing there, but yeah, alright, digestive system being actually meant makes a lot more sense.

And i was wondering just why there was an option that essentially just allows you to eat just as before without weight change. I obviously should have read the (), haha.

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» Fappun on October 11th, 2020, 1:58am

A brain would be good

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» Ardelvion on October 11th, 2020, 2:28am

Brain is important. Almost everyone from my dad's side of the family tend to be forgetful as they got older.

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» sageo335 on October 11th, 2020, 7:56am

Hmmm... Since I am a model I don't think I want my face to age but I picked brain idk why lol

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» Ceiye on October 11th, 2020, 3:21pm

I chose Brain, but like, being physically incapacitated is more of a detriment than most people realize. At least if my mind's completely gone, I can't tell the difference. But I'd rather not

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» pikadango on October 11th, 2020, 7:22pm

I chose digestive system because having a bad one has seriously impacted my mental health. I just want to eat what everyone else can instead of sticking to a strict diet. Not metabolism.

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» vigorousjammer on October 13th, 2020, 12:50pm

If the brain fails, I might as well be dead.
Well, I suppose if I just become more forgetful, that's not too bad, but I would never want to be comatose or suffering from dementia.

I'm surprised "eyes" is not an option. Losing my eyesight would be a pain after having such good eyesight for so much of my life.

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