There's no limit for what we can take? Hmm, well I doubt I'd be able to carry all my video games out in thirty seconds, so I guess I would just nab my 3DS, the charger, and a few 3DS games and skedaddle out of there!
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The comic, video game and DVD collections would be too heavy to carry .... so I'd simply grab my wallet, phone, car keys and laptop. My robe too if it's really cold out. I can't carry both my cats so I'd open the window and put them on the roof over the porch so long as it wasn't burning. I'd try and get them down once I escaped.
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I'd have to grab my backup external drive (everything on there), phone and possibly my amazingly love glass dolphin statue my girlfriend got me. If I had time, I'd also grab my little yellow teddy that (I believe) was a christening gift from my Grandma. It's the first teddy I ever got and it as old as me.
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Depends on whether the fire started while I was asleep or awake. If I was woken by a fire that had taken hold, I'd grab my cat and phone, then leave. If I was awake when the fire started, I'd push the cat out of the front door, then grab the fire extinguisher/fire blanket and phone so that I could call the fire department while tackling the issue.
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My cat. Forget about everything else, that really doesn't matter. I almost lost my cat in a fire once, I don't even want to think of losing her again! However, if I had my laptop in my hand already that'd come with me too.
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I said, ooh, ooh we're in danger. Sleeping with a friend~
If everyone else is safe and has evacuated then I'd take my 3DS, a few games (if I had enough time), my phone, my ring (honestly, it doesn't have any significant value but it's one of my favourite possessions and I just like it) and my teddy bear bank.
Well I currently live in a dorm with ~1000 people in it, and the fire alarm goes off at least once a month because people don't know how to properly microwave things I wouldn't worry about anything being destroyed, so I'd put on enough clothes to be warm enough outside.
At home, assuming all family members were out, I'd probably grab a shoebox where I stick things that I want to remember in, and probably the box that has my nicest, most valuable, and most emotionally significant sports collectibles in it. And I guess my phone and my laptop if they are close, but I don't have much on those that I can't replace and that isn't also somewhere online. I have a dog, but I could just yell her name and she'd come running.
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