Today my friend and I were discussing Undertale (i.e screaming over ships), and we noticed something. In most Soriel pictures, Toriel is carrying Snans. Now while this is extremely cute (scream worthy cute), it does raise some questions. Either Toriel is extremely buff, or Snans is really tiny. So, since I have no life and nothing better to do, I took it upon myself to answer this question.
How much does Sans weigh?
First, I factored in his height. I saw a post that said Snans was about 5 feet tall (I don’t remember where I saw it, but I’d be happy to credit it). According to this website,“http://www.timigustafson.com/2009/do-you-know-your-healthy-weight-range/” the average weight for a 5 foot man of large build (chubby Snans) is about 117 pounds. But Snans doesn’t weigh that much, cause he’s just a (smol) skeleton. Then, I read that skeletons is about 15% of your body weight. 117 x .15 = 17.55
Sans is 17 and a half pounds.
The nightmare of everyone on a genocide route, the only obstacle in the way of Flowey, the only thing capable of stopping a ruthless killer:
Weighs 17 and a half pounds.
I don’t know about you, but that’s pretty darn impressive.
It was a forbidden snove (Snail love). Snan (snake dan) was not only supposed to fall in love with a girl, but a snake like him as well. There was a specific Snirl (Snake girl) That they wanted him to love, and her name was Snisabella (Snake Isabella). Oh, no. But Snan (Snake Dan) Was having none of that. He was in love. WITH A SNAIL??? That’s right, Snil (Snail Phil). He was all snail (snail), and definitely all snoy (snail boy). And although Snan had to sneak out of his snottage (snake cottage) at night to go meet Snil (snail Phil), it was completely worth it when they had snutt snex. (Snake butt snail sex.) Unfortunately, on one of these snights (snail nights), Snil (snail phil) had something to say. “We can’t keep snoing (snail doing) this.” He snaid (snail said). “You’re gonna get snurt. (Snake hurt)” Snan (Snake dan) shook his head. “I can sno (snake do) this.” He was gonna snand (snake stand) up to his father, even though he had no snegs (snake legs). Snil snighed (snail sighed). “Sno swhat snou sust (Snail do what you must).” And so Snan (snake Dan) snood (snake stood) up to his snather (snake father.) Then Snan and Snil snived snappily ever snapter. (Snake Dan and snail Phil lived happily ever after)