From battling the alarm clock to ignoring your bank balance - 12 of life’s most dangerous mini-games

Resting your eyes after you’ve turned off your alarm is so often a dangerous game to play.

Situations such as these are getting some traction on Reddit at the moment, after user yenzy asked “what are some of life’s most dangerous mini-games?”

Here are 12 of the most popular answers – and they’re scenarios you might recognise.

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