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crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

Sep-25-2006 03:07

Same premise as the into it/not into it thing.

Read a choice. Make a choice. Post a choice.

Poodles or chihuahuas?

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Cynderbear
Cynderbear

Oct-20-2006 22:17

Dogbert--very amusing, and don't forget, the namesake of the patron siant of technology--now that's a "ruling class" for ya!


Donald Duck or Uncle Scrooge?

Daricexxx
Daricexxx

Oct-21-2006 23:41

Donald Duck because uncle scrooge is mean

paper or plastic?

Sleuth Sindy
Sleuth Sindy
Bounty Hunter

Oct-22-2006 09:34

It depends on what's in it, but in general it would be paper.

Tomato: tuh-mey-to or tuh-mah-to?

Peach Pearl
Peach Pearl

Oct-22-2006 13:48

tuh-mey-to it sounds better! =-)

katch-up or cats-up?

Skip Brubaker
Skip Brubaker
Well-Connected

Oct-22-2006 14:28

Ketchup (katch-up) because Cats-up sounds like something cats cough up.

Batman or Superman?

yoyofoshow
yoyofoshow
Old Shoe

Oct-22-2006 20:12

Superman- he can fly, is faster than a speeding bullet and much more, but Batmans just some guy with a cool car.

Sleuth or Sleuth Chat

crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

Oct-23-2006 01:24

Sleuth will get you through times of no Sleuthchat better than Sleuthchat will get you through times of no Sleuth.

Chef Boyardee or the Jolly Green Giant?

BadAss
BadAss
Charioteer

Oct-23-2006 05:37

ehm, the Jolly one?


Tea Steepers or Shangri-La Tigers?

Rosamund Clifford
Rosamund Clifford
Tale Spinner

Oct-23-2006 07:48

Tea Steepers, they seem to be the good guys so far.

Miss Marple: Joan Hickson or Geraldine McEwan?

Victoria Florence
Victoria Florence

Oct-23-2006 18:07

Joan Hickson every time.

Spork or Foon?

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