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The Official "Choosing Between Two Things" Thread
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said
Grass. Don't know of any elephants that inspired a Beatles song.

Horse or Cow?

Bungalow Bill went out hunting with his elephant and gun. Maybe the elephant captivated John more than he let on as he drew elephants.

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Michelangelo for his sistine chapel.

 

Carrots or peas?

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Peas -- I've never been more fanatically certain of any choice before!

Electric guitar solo, or saxophone solo?

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Electric guitar solo, or saxophone solo?

Surprisingly hard question! Gotta go for guitar though. Much more range and ways to interpret it. Even great sax solos always end up in the "squeaky zone".

 

Would you rather listen to Bon Jovi or Micheal Jackson whilst drunk?

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Regrettably, Bon Jovi because if it was MJ, I would be forced to hear Say Say Say again.

Would you rather ride a zip line or go bungee jumping?

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When i resume my Paul trip Say Say Say will be 4 of the first 6 tracks (SSS, Ode To A Koala Bear, SSS 12", SSS instrumental, Pipes Of Peace, SSS (album track, same as single but those are the breaks).

 

Zip line. The thought of jumping off a bridge or building is very unpleasant.

 

 A great day or a beautiful night?

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Great day since I am an early bird

What would be more shocking. If you found out that Paul is a girl or that Yoko is a boy?

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I would say Paul... But according to this two-virgins Yoko would be more shocking.

Peanut butter or jelly?
Edit: I feel like I've asked that before

Lake or river?

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Hmm...I'm inclined to say "lake" because of all the good times I've had at the various beaches along the Great Lakes (particularly Lake Huron.) But consider Heroclitus' famous proclamation that "No man can step in the same river twice"...WHOA! And of course we all love the Mersey. River it is!

"I Feel Fine" or "I'm Down"?

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'I Feel Fine' because 'woman' did not throw away the ring this man bought.

'Here, There And Everywhere' or 'Nowhere Man'?

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Ooh, it never occurred to me that both of those songs have rings in 'em! Good catch, Zig.

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Here, There And Everywhere by a country mile.

 

Say Say Say or Ebony and Ivory?

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'Say Say Say' because 'Ebony and Ivory' is horrendous.

 

A tricky one (for me anyways)

Abbey Road or Revolver?

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Revolver cause I like the songs better

 

Do you like this better

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Or this?

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Well I ain't watching the whole movies, but I know much of Food Fight, and it's longer, so Christmas Tree it will be.

 

Bassy sounding riffs or trebly sounding riffs?

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Bassy. Day Tripper, Come Together.

Speaking of which, Day Tripper or Come Together? The entire songs.

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"Come Together". "Day Tripper" I don't particularly love; the riff and the verses are great, but the chorus is kiinda meh.

Having a great dream or awaking from an unpleasant nightmare?

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Awaking from the nightmare since it is not 100% that you wake up from the great dream

 

Building me a Castle or a Fortress? 

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A castle because a fortess implies war.

Living in the country or a city?

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Zig said

A castle because a fortess implies war.

Living in the country or a city?

She's probably going to wage war against the forum in an attempt to take power... Typical Anna

I live in a city, want to (probably about to) move to a bigger city, so city. Just not right in it, nearby is better. The country is too secluded for my tastes.

Cheap Pine or Norwegian Wood?

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Oh, "Norwegian Wood" easily! But I do share Paul's amusement at the thought of a song called "Cheap Pine, baby".

"I Want You" or "(She's So Heavy)"? (ie. which part of the song?)

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