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The Official "Choosing Between Two Things" Thread
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2 March 2013
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Who's turn is it?  a-hard-days-night-paul-9

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mja6758 said
Paul Simpsons or George Simpsons (chosen these two because the Ringo Simpsons is a more involved episode, whereas these were worked into stories that could exist without the guest appearances)?

Whoever wants to make the choose I asked originally!

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27 February 2014
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Here's a bump...

Little Richard or Chuck Berry

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27 February 2014
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Ugh, tough one... Chuck Berry

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27 February 2014
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@When Im 64 You're now meant to give a choice of two things for the next person to choose between, and then they choose, and give the next choice.

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27 February 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Good choice

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27 February 2014
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If children are studying the 20th century, I'm in their text books.

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Abbey Road

Winnie the Pooh or Tigger

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27 February 2014
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Abbey Road

Winnie the Pooh or Tigger

Tigger

 

All for one or One for all?

 

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27 February 2014
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One for all. Then it can be all for one, and so on. a-hard-days-night-john-6

Freddie Mercury or Michael Jackson?

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27 February 2014
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Fred Mercury definitely.

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27 February 2014
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Fred Mercury definitely.

Again, you've got to choose a new one now.

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27 February 2014
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Damn I forgot.   

Chips Ahoy or Oreos

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27 February 2014
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Duh, Oreos.

John Entwistle or John Deacon

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John Deacon of course.

Get Back or Let It Be?

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Song or album?

Song: Get Back, Album: Let It Be

Either way, Pet Sounds or YYZ (in my opinion, the two greatest rock instrumentals of all time)

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Pet Sounds

Coca-Cola Cans as percussion!! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

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Pet Sounds or SMiLE? Both are great albums, but for me SMiLE even in its incomplete form, its their best album, and only a hair behind Pepper (even though Abbey Road is the best album The Beatles did --a hair above Pepper).

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28 February 2014
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Pet Sounds for me. SMiLE I find more "impressive" than enjoyable, and Van Dyke Parks' lyrics infuriate the hell out of me (and I can't ignore them since the Wilsons all sing so good.)

Bugs or Daffy?

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28 February 2014
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Von Bontee said
Pet Sounds for me. SMiLE I find more "impressive" than enjoyable, and Van Dyke Parks' lyrics infuriate the hell out of me (and I can't ignore them since the Wilsons all sing so good.)

Bugs or Daffy?

I'll take Daffy who will then kidnap Bugs for me (that question is like which Beatle)

Board Games or Computer Games?

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28 February 2014
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meanmistermustard said

Von Bontee said
Pet Sounds for me. SMiLE I find more "impressive" than enjoyable, and Van Dyke Parks' lyrics infuriate the hell out of me (and I can't ignore them since the Wilsons all sing so good.)

Bugs or Daffy?

I'll take Daffy who will then kidnap Bugs for me (that question is like which Beatle)

Board Games or Computer Games?

Board games.

Yoko Ono or Ernest Borgnine?

"Remember, we are writing in the sky instead of on paper--that's our song. Lift your eyes and look up in the sky. There's our message. Lift your eyes again and look around you, and you will see that you are walking in the sky, which extends to the ground. We are all part of the sky, more so than of the ground. Remember, we love you." --John Lennon and Yoko Ono

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