Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hayesimus, May 13, 2008.
OCEAN! There's nothing like the sound of the surf and seagulls...
City or country living?
Tough choice. Like the conveniences of city life, like the quiet solitude of country life. But, I think for my health, it'd have to be country.
Chocolate or vanilla?
Not fair! I want it ALL, baby! I guess if I MUST choose, it'd be chocolate, although there is such a thing as 'too much of a good thing'.
Sweet or sour?
Sweet, no contest.
Fall or Spring?
SPRING - everything coming to life again, new beginnings, etc.
Halloween or Independence Day?
Independence Day. Spending Halloween at the beach is not as much fun.
Saturday or Sunday?
Saturday. There's still one day of weekend remaining, and Sundays can be lonely days for some reason.
Fly or drive?
Fly if I want to get there fast, but would prefer to ride (m/c) than drive.
Fizzy or still?
Why must you give me such difficult choices? :tounge: Still, but by a slim margin.
Theatre or movie theater?
Well Manchester united until I die LOL
Oooohhh movie theater.
TV or iTunes?
TV with iTunes for what I miss.
iPod Classic or iPod Nano?
I would normally say Classic because it holds more, but since I have an iPhone that's better at video, yet still holds a huge amount of music, I'll go with Nano because it has no moving parts to wear out.
Ferrari or Porsche?
Nano. Its got enough space for me and is real sexy.
Cereal or cooked breakfast?
Tottenham Hotspur for me on this one.
Cereal weekdays, cooked breakfast on the weekends (mostly).
Lager or Bitters / Stouts?
There's no hope......
Believe me, I know. Been supporting them for a long time, and have grown accustomed to their consistent mediocrity ...
COOKED!!! I love LOVE eggs bacaon and toast!!
love or money?
Love. Money will always take the back seat.
Live life extravagantly, or live life fully, but simply?
well, i'm kinda wondering if you could live extravagantly yet empty? lol Because it seems to me I'd be able to do all the things I wanted if I was living extravagantly.
Opera or Ballet?
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