This, or That?

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by tybrad, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. noogies

    noogies My Favorite Woofers. Subscriber

    Suburban. Lower maintenance costs. At least until you factor in the gas bill.

    Smaller SUV: Jeep Cherokee or Subaru Outback?
     
  2. bobsvinyl

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    Outback.

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    Scion iQ or Fiat 500?
     
  3. HarmanKardon

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    Fiat 500

    Indianapolis or Monaco (racetrack)?
     
  4. Christian B

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    Indy is special and historic, but Monaco has a better route.

    Racing movie - Grand Prix or Le Mans?
     
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  5. HarmanKardon

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    Great movies both - so it is not easy... okay, Grand Prix

    Tennis legends - Navratilova or Graf?
     
  6. Christian B

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    Steffi Graf, definitely. She could win in style on any surface.

    Which Aussie tennis player - Margaret Court or Evonne Goolagong?
     
  7. old_tv_nut

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    I just like saying Goolagong, don't you?

    Bocce or croquet? [both have been asked before, but not vs. each other]
     
  8. HarmanKardon

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    Bocce

    Art Nouveau or Art Deco?
     
  9. noogies

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    Art Deco.

    Bauhaus or Rococo?
     
  10. Christian B

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    Rococo (at least for the art).

    Furniture - Shaker or Mission?
     
  11. noogies

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    Mission. That's what we have in the living room here.

    Japanese or British motorcycles?
     
  12. Ilikevinyl

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    Japanese

    Steak or Lobster?
     
  13. bobsvinyl

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    Steak- medium rare. Mmmmmm........

    Crab or clams?
     
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  14. SuperjazzyJa

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    Crab

    Would you rather be stuck behind a semi or a garbage truck?
     
  15. bobsvinyl

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    It depends on whether SuperjazzyJa has showered today or not. :D

    Stuck behind a school bus or a driver's ed car?
     
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  16. Ilikevinyl

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    School Bus (they put the metal to the pedal these days).

    Being stuck waiting to launch your boat or Being stuck in traffic?
     
  17. Hyperion

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    Waiting to launch your boat. :(

    Use 'rat runs' to try and get round traffic jams, or just sit it out where you are?
     
  18. Eywadude

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    Sit. My employer can wait. lol

    A nap under a warm, comforting blanket on a cold winter's day, or a nap in a hammock under a tree on a warm summer's day?
     
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  19. Ilikevinyl

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    Comforting blanket on a cold Winter's day.

    Read a good book or Watch a good movie?
     
  20. Hyperion

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    Read a good book.

    Strawberries and ice cream or Raspberries and double cream?
     

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