SciFi Q of the Day: Release the Kraken!

SciFi Question of the Day: If someone yelled “Release the Kraken!” Would you do it? Assuming, of course, you’re standing next to the big “Pull here to release the Kraken” lever…

Facebook Answers:

  Matt Petersen of course…then pull out medusa’s head from the burlap sack I am holding to watch it freeze and fall apart. 🙂

  Bernard Hildebrand Considering there’s a lever to pull indicates that the Kraken is being held against it’s will. Be free Kraken!!!

  Charlie Cecil Riley Depends. Who’s supposed to be Kraken Chow?

  Jess Cruger I am always looking for an excuse to release the Kraken.

Google Plus Answers:


Kathleen Dale's profile photo
  Kathleen Dale  –  Wrong lever, Kronk! Why do we even HAVE that lever?

Glenn Rogers's profile photo  Glenn Rogers  –  How much money are we talkin’? I don’t work for free…

Brittany Constable's profile photo  Brittany Constable  –  Do I have a video camera?

AmyBeth Inverness's profile photo  AmyBeth Inverness  –  Um… sure… a waterproof one. Like, submersible…

Brittany Constable's profile photo  Brittany Constable  –  Then totes. YouTube fame, baby!

I would love to hear what you think! Even if you are reading this post a year or more after publishing, I hope you will leave a comment with your own ideas on this topic.

The previous SciFi Q of the Day is Changing a Lightbulb

The shortlink for this post is http://wp.me/p1qnT4-AW

The next SciFi Q of the Day is Religion in Science Fiction

It was actually kinda hard to find this clip on YouTube… you wouldn’t believe how many times this phrase has been spoofed!

OK… maybe you will…

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About AmyBeth Inverness

A writer by birth, a redhead by choice.
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