Here I am again! You know what they say, in for a dime, in for a dollar.
I saw this meme on Embeecee’s postAnd she originally saw it on another blog, who saw it on another blog – and that’s how it goes in the blog world. It looked like fun, since I don’t feel like being constructive today, so here goes:
Netflix or YouTube? This is the first of what I will suspect many answers will begin with – it depends. If I’m wanting a tutorial, I’ll go YouTube. If I’m wanting to relax in the evening, I’ll go Netflix.
Cardio or Weights? No.
Ice Cream Cone or Snow Cone? Ice cream cone – waffle cone.
iOS or Android? Used to be Android, then Windows 8 happened, and I switched to an iMac. I like my devices to communicate with one another and I already had an iPad, so I switched to iPhone. IOS all the way now.
Cake or Pie? It depends. Sometimes cake, sometimes pie. Usually chocolate.
Big Party or Small Gathering? Small gathering.
Rich Friend or Loyal Friend? Loyal friend. I would have liked to have had a rich relative that adored me, but with friends, I’ll take loyalty every time.
Football or basketball? Football,although I rarely watch any sports now unless they’re on the Olympics.
What’s worse: Laundry or Dishes? Of all the household chores, these are both the least offensive. Having an automatic washer and dryer and a dishwasher helps, of course. Now all I need is an automatic folder of clothes and emptier of dishwasher.
Jogging or Hiking? Okay – back in the day I would have said hiking. Now I would say neither. thank you.
Sneakers or sandals? Depends on the weather. When it’s cool outside, I’d go sneakers – although I usually wear clogs of some kind – but once it gets above 70, it’s sandals.
Glasses or contacts? Glasses, although I’d prefer contacts if they weren’t a pain in the neck – the cleaning, inserting, trying to not drop when you remove – although I guess nowadays people buy daily ones eliminating the need for cleaning. Obviously in a perfect world, I’d need neither.
Couch or Recliner? Recliner
Passenger or Driver? I’m not a very good passenger, so if I’m not driving I should be in the back seat.
Blue or Red? More blue than red, but I really hate that we have these categories, so I think I’d prefer to say purple. Because it all depends on the situations.
Amusement Park or Day at the Beach? Day at the beach. With an umbrella and a comfy lounger and a good book. Oh yes, and a camera.
Toilet paper: Over or Under? Over. Over. Over. Please!
Cups in the cupboard: Upside down. Just like glasses.
Pancake or Waffle? Given a complete choice, I’d go with French Toast (which probably isn’t French at all) but if I only have the two to choose from, I’d take pancake.
Coke or Pepsi? Used to be Pepsi, but now on the rare occasions that I drink soda, it’s Coke.
Coffee Cup or Thermos? Well – they serve two different purposes. I drink out of a coffee cup, but to keep coffee hot, I’d use a thermos.
Blinds or Curtain? The only curtains I have in my house are sheer, and those in the bedrooms (which also have blinds). In my morning and family rooms I have the lengths of sheer that drape over the rod – but they also have blinds. I prefer the cellular blinds to mini-blinds.
Iced Coffee or Hot Coffee? Hot. Unless it’s blended with mocha and cinnamon. And a banana.
International Vacation or a New TV? I have a new enough TV, and the price of a TV as compared to a vacation, international or not, is hardly the same. At least my TV. I’d take the international vacation – I can watch programs on my computer or iPad.
Save or Spend? If I was wise, I’d say save, but I’ve always been better at spending. The smart answer would be the one Embeecee gave – both.
Honesty or P.C. Tactful? Tactful honesty.
Coffee or Tea? Depends. Coffee in the morning and sometimes after dinner – in cool weather the rest of the time, tea.
TV or Book? That depends (I warned you about that phrase) on both my mood and what’s on TV. Book in the afternoon, TV in the evening usually. Although sometimes I end the evening with the book.
Ocean or Mountains? Mountains are beautiful, but if I can only take one, it would be the ocean. Here in Oregon, we get both.