The lions would have to attack at night
@super sand lesbian, it depends on how the densely the Lions compact their matter.
@super sand lesbian, don't be lion to me!
@Ser Waffle Knight, right? Plus lions have natural night vision so they'll be able to hit while the sun is asleep and when it wakes up it'll still be dark and it won't be able to see the lions that are attacking.
@super sand lesbian, you know the sun doesn't go out at night right!?
@jeremycole, hence, the joke
@super sand lesbian, ka-ka-karrot cake.
@super sand lesbian, that's how the North Koreans did it
@super sand lesbian, #bestcomments
@jeremycole, your comment makes me want to cry
@super sand lesbian, I laughed way to hard at this.
@jeremycole, then explain the dark. Duh.
@super sand lesbian, in the winter right?
@Ser Waffle Knight, the lions would have to evolve into a sentient race and become and interstellar civilization before either the earth gets screwed up or their sun goes super nova
You can't just spring this on me I didn't study!
@Ima6pack, who ever studes?
At night: the lions. In the day: the sun. Duh!
My money is on the lions.
I'm just gonna state the obvious here, but the lions would tear apart the sun.
Why are they calling my mixtape "the sun"?
@Muffin Jizz, because eventually it will explode and kill everyone on this god forsaken planet.
One trillion lions, hands down
@MeanwhileMisha, I say we test it.
@MeanwhileMisha, as it happens, a trillion lions (assuming they were allowed to just clump together from their mutual gravity) would be smaller than a pixel in that picture of the sun. Much smaller
I'd probably have to go with the sun because of the nuclear fusion taking place. The surface of the sun happens to be about 6000 kelvin. You could imagine that as being pretty damn hot. The core is about 16 million kelvin. The nuclear fusion taking place is creating helium atoms by combining four hydrogen atoms together. This is also the same reason that the sun is so bright. Not of all the reacting mass becomes part of the new helium atom, however. Some of it is converted to energy that goes to the sun's surface. This is in agreement with Albert Einstein's "E = mc^2" equation, which states mass can be converted to ener- wait… I wasn't supposed to answer it seriously was I? *slowly backs away*
@Marines31STMEU, was a good start I thought.
@Marines31STMEU, but a trillion lions.... That's a huge fuel source. If we put them all in simultaneously it will super heat the sun causing it to calapse in on itself.
@Anonymous3301, nah. Wouldn't be a large enough fuel source. Even then the sun would just incinerate most of it. It's really only the hydrogen in the sun that's being used. True that other elements are being incorporated. But not that much of it.
@Marines31STMEU, but dude...lions
The Sun. *answers correctly with no humor whatsoever* 😠
I mean, that's a lot of lions
Assuming the lions are like the lions in the lion king they own everything the light touches, the snus light touches itself therefore the lions all own the sun and could make it their bitch lions win
Werewolf queen! It's always werewolf queen!
The sun. The sun would win.
Im pretty sure the sun is WAY bigger than a trillion lions.
False, neither would fight each other. The result would be imaginable.
This question was asked at the ninja sex party panel at magfest but it was tigers instead of lions, I'm legitimately upset about this.
Well, that is a lot of lions