Stuck…Now What?

Hi Class! Imagine you are stuck in an elevator for several hours. You are alone. How do you spend the time? Describe what you would do and how you would feel while waiting to be saved. What would you do once the doors were opened?

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19 Responses to Stuck…Now What?

  1. Steve Scott says:

    To pass the time I would just go to bed on the floor. When the doors would open I would get up and go home.รผ

  2. savannah says:

    I would feel alone and I would probably fall asleep and when the doors opened I would jump out.

  3. jacob harmon says:

    I would sleep play with the elevator buttons. I would not feel good and once the doors would open I would say I am free!!!!

  4. Ashley Evin says:

    If I was stuck in an elevator I would probably just sit there and do nothing because what is there to do in an elevator all alone. When the doors opened I would be happy and go home and hug my mom. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Allie S says:

    I would be really scared because I watched lots of scary movies and some of the movies i watched have people getting stuck in elevators like Devil,Final Destination and more and I be pressing the button 1000 times until I get help and the doors open. Ha Ha Ha Ha! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. I would be really bored,and I would sit on the ground and try to take a nap,I would be so bored I might even die in there so I would also try to get out myself and climb in there.
    Whene they saved me I would climb out and say I am freeeee,whaooo. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. RYRY321URME Johnson says:

    If I were stuck in the elevator I would probably freak out and cry. ha ha ha. Well maybe I wont cry but I will still freak out. I have always been scared of getting stuck in an elevator. I would stand there just waiting for someone to come save us. I would phone 911 with my parents phone if they were there. If they weren’t I would be more scared and then I think that is the point where I would freak out. When the doors open I would RUN out and try and find a phone so I could call my parents. I hope that never happens to me in any time of my life.

    • Jacob Kealey says:

      If I were stuck in a dark room that has no way out and water rising I would have an accident

      • Mr. Bell says:

        Jacob – Remember your purpose and audience. Word choice at the workplace (school) is perhaps different than word choice with your friends and peers.

  8. *U*m*m*m*m*m*m*m*m*.........................................*J*o*n*n*y*?*?* says:

    I would sit there and sleep until someone came and stay calm and wait for someone to help me. When I get out I would never take an elevator again.

  9. Mrs. Hauer says:

    It would be a scary situation for me! I’m claustrophobic so I would have to try and remain calm for sure! I would pray, stretch out maybe. I would do a lot of thinking about my family. If I had my cell phone and it was working, I would try and phone people to let them know the situation I was in. When the doors opened i would probably go for a long run in a cool breeze!

  10. hayden has a hayden with an extra hayden says:

    I would be scared, I would use those phones in the elevator and call the people that I need to phone. I would breath slowing and try to calm down to lower my heart beat so I don’t run out of oxygen and suffocate. I would just sit there until some one came. I would be relieved that I wouldn’t have to sit in there anymore and wast my time.

  11. Kyle says:

    I would also probably just play around with the buttons.

  12. Mrs. Hauer says:

    I also like the idea of sleeping through the whole ordeal!!

  13. Kim says:

    If I were stuck in a elevator for several hours I would probably be very scared because I have watched devil ( it is a movie were there are 4 people and they are in a elevator and 1 of them is the devil and they are killing the people in the elevator). when the door of the elevator would open I would run out and hug my mom and dad.

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