It is Saturday which means it is time for you to answer a BURNING QUESTION. It is TIME for ANSWERS.
Today’s question is #5 of 50 Burning Questions to be featured RIGHT HERE on Vampiremaman.com every single Saturday until we reach FIFTY.
Do the POLL. Yes, you must answer the question. It is fast, easy, guilt free, and your information will not be sold unless I can get a lot of money for it.
And now to be completely uncomfortable and cold…
The Titanic hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912. It was a tragic event that still makes me incredibly sad.
Are you unsinkable like Molly Brown and land a coveted spot on a life boat? Would you take out your violin and play as the ship went down? Would you sink into the ocean like the fictional Jack? Would you give up your space for a small frightened child, or the snappy yappy little dog of a rich woman? Would you stay with your husband and go down with the ship, or at his urging save yourself? Would you sink or swim? Either way you’re doomed if you can’t find a spot on a life boat.
This is a Burning Question of TITANIC proportions!
Burning Question #5: Would you have gone down with the ship?
See you next Saturday for Burning Question #6.
And if you get a chance read the other post I put up today about what would have been in the papers if the Titanic had landed safely in New York on April 16, 1912.
By the way, if you’re a Vampire this is a moot question. You would have survived anyway.
Oh by the way, if you have a burning question let me know. I’ll get you an answer. Yes or no questions only. OK I will also accept questions that have no answer.
~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman
I hate to say it but my main character, Ambrose would find a way on a lifeboat. He would refuse to go down on a sinking boat into the cold water. He hates being cold for strong in-story reasons. Fortunately, being a vampire, he wouldn’t drown, vut he would be deeply miserable.
Chivalry is dead. I will get to a lifeboat if I have to throw someone else into the water. Of course, I’d probably be the one getting thrown into the water by someone else…
Go down with the ship? Yeah, right. Women and children first! After me!
You know… watching this movie a few times, I’m still convinced that they both might have survived if she Rose hadn’t been that freaking selfish to demand all room on that piece of wreck for herself. Jack could have made it!
I’d have been locked up in third class, so there’s no chance I’d have made it to a lifeboat…