Would you rather?
Okies, let’s play a game!!
I will start… I will post a question… "Would you rather (this) or (that)"
YOU reply with an answer to my question, and then as your own "Would you rather" question… (WYR works as a quick acronym). Be creative with your scenarios! Let’s have fun!
1. Would you rather have your grandmother’s first name or her hairdo?
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Adam, sorry, lol, what I meant to say was…
I would personally choose to die if I had to KILL my buddy to eat them, and they were just fine. However, if my buddy was dead already, or ya know, about to die anyway, I would so totally grill them up!
(My WORD, I am deranged)
no way rain, you’re right on the money. grilling a good friend who died naturally would be an honor! you could star at your own wake. the question then becomes teriyaki or dry rub?
but otherwise, yeah I’d let myself die.
I’m in a great relationship with terrible sex (yes, I am married w/kids) and I think it would be terrible the other way around. Fortunately one of my past partners was on a whole ‘nother plane from any other lover, and I’ve never expected anybody to measure up since then.
I’d rather have the last chapter missing. It’s a tough call, but the picture is purely aesthetic in nature and I’d want it to be complete. I think I could speculate on the last chapter of the book.
WYR be able to fly or be able to see through materials at will?
Not eat for a week. Not only because it is humanly unpossible to not be sleeping for a week, but also because sleep is one of my great loves. But then again, eating is as well..
WYR be naked for 5 minutes when meeting your parents-in-law for the first time, or be naked in front of a group of 500 strangers for an hour?
Permanent world peace. How selfish would I be given that option if I chose something so small for myself over something so big for the world?
Would you rather be dumped for someone better looking than yourself, or someone uglier than yourself?
(strictly from a PHYSICAL standpoint, I know I know, ‘we are all beautiful in our own way’)