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Monday, May 04, 2009


From David at Treppenwitz

My choices in bold. If neither is in bold, I don't care.

Milk Chocolate or Dark Chocolate
Nestle's or Hershey's
Scotch or Bourbon
Road Bike or Mountain Bike
American League or National League
Hitting Pitchers or Designated Hitters
Ketchup or Mustard
Ice Cream or Sorbet
Downhill or X-Country
Mac or Windows
Horns or Synthesizers
White Wine or Red Wine
Aisle or Window
Non-Stop or Stopover
Root Beer Float or Ice Cream Soda
Creamy or Chunky
Smoking or Non-Smoking
Plane or Train
Sailboat or Motorboat
White Gold or Yellow Gold
Rocks or Neat
Dog or Cat
Candybar-style or Flip-phone
Steam-room or Sauna
Tea or Coffee
Sugar or Splenda
Fiction or Non-Fiction
Burned to a Crisp or Bloody as Hell
Martin & Lewis or Amos & Andy
Flats or Heels
Pants or Skirts
Army or Navy
Dark Meat or White Meat
Sauce or Dry Rub
Automatic or Stick Shift
Bar Soap or Body Wash
Set Menu or À La Carte
Dressed Salad or Dressing On The Side
Cut To The Chase or Shaggy Dog Story
Long Hair or Short Hair
Driver or Passenger
Coder or WYSIWYG
Crossword or Sudoku
Chess or Go
Boxers or Briefs
Now or Later
Indoors or Al Fresco
Coke or Pepsi
Betty or Wilma
Ginger or Maryanne



  • At 5:33 PM, Blogger treppenwitz said…

    You do realize that the 'Martin & Lewis or Amos & Andy' question is asking whether you like Vanilla or Chocolate milkshakes, right?

    Then again, you probably didn't see Pulp Fiction. :-)

  • At 6:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…


  • At 8:57 AM, Blogger MoChassid said…


    As a fellow frequent traveller, I am mystified by your choices of stopovers rather than direct flights and (less so) windows rather than aisles. These are both non-starters for me.

  • At 9:50 AM, Blogger OOS said…

    I am with you on 30 of 39.

    Like father like son I guess.

  • At 4:09 PM, Blogger treppenwitz said…

    I like window seats because I sleep from wheels up to wheels down. I don't want to be woken by the idiots going in and out.

    As to the stopovers... They are free and allow me to spend anywhere from a few hours to a couple of days exploring a city I wouldn't otherwise get to visit. I've spent time in Madrid, London and Bangkok this way in the past few years.


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