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milk coffee or tea?

Cookies..... :D shrimp or lobster?

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, now that's a toughie. I really like p-butter, but not p-butter cream. Raisin filled chocolate covered types are good as well as nutty choco covered types.

chocolate covered taffy (aka caramels) or chocolae covered whole nuts ( i.e. almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, etc.)

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WOOOHOOO!!! I need to back up a little and savor all those really good chocolate confections. :lol: :lol:

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Malted milk balls or chocolate-covered raisins?
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Both, :mrgreen: :lol:

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Soft ice cream or hard ice cream like the kind you buy at the store
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Both, especially "Football Sundae" from turkey Hill.

Chocolate milk shake from "Friendly's" ice cream parlor. Nobody makes a chocolate milkshake that can touch it for flavor. It is really "fudgy". :mrgreen: :) :D

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Chocolate bunt cake with a coconut macaroon center

***OR***

Ginny Thornburg's (former wife of PA governor) Apple Cake. Trust me, it is to die for.

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Shreddies cereal?
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Yes, If you mean "Shredded Wheat". Also, we must remember to put in the chocolate syrup and the ice cream. At that point it is to die for. :lol: :) :D :mrgreen: :frog

Cold cereal or hot cereal (e.g. oat meal)

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Attend the game in person or watch the game on TV?
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Switch to the Sci-Fi channel. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen: :) :D

Slipping and sliding on the ice covered roads

---OR---

Driving thru a blinding, hard-pouring rain storm.

(Please note: You have to pick one, because you want to get home to your family, and there are no motels around anywhere. :) :D )

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Slipping and sliding on ice-covered roads -- if you go slowly enough, you'll be allright (and at least you won't drown :D ). Just remember, foot [i][b]off[/b][/i] the brake and turn the wheel in the direction of the skid! :D

As long as we seem to be on a disaster theme here...

Earthquakes or hurricanes -- which scares you the most?

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Fortunately I have not experienced either one, but I would have to say a hurricane....because I believe the wind would be severe!!!


If you had to pick up a creature....would you prefer to hold in your hand......

A mouse or a spider?

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Grasshoppers, especially if they're french-fried. Tastes like chicken. :D :mrgreen: :lol:

Which delicacy do you prefer?

Chocolate covered ants

---OR---

Raw puffer fish (aka sushi. This particualr fish is poisonous, but I'm told that it is still served in some restaurants)

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Back to that disaster theme. If you had to pick:::

Would you rather avoid a,

Tsunami (they can inundate coastal cities as far inland as 20 to 30 miles, with wave-heights as high as 100 feet or more before dissipating.)

---OR--

Tornado ( We all know what they can do.)

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Eeeeks...I guess a tornado and hope that the path was in a clearing somewhere.... :(


Ok now say you were alone in the wilderness and there were hungry lions roaming about.

Would you prefer to hide in a hole in a tree, that you couldn't completely fit in or enter a cave that could also be inhabited with other animals to hide in?

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Would you prefer to hide in a hole in a tree, that you couldn't completely fit in or enter a cave that could also be inhabited with other animals to hide in?
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The hole in the tree, and hopefully it was high up in the tree, and I could learn to swing thru the trees like Tarzan did. :D :)

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ok cleaning out closets

or

cleaning out cabinets
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The closet.

Would you rather avoid::

Really deadly poisonous snakes (a mixed bag of spitting cobras, black mambas, copperheads, diamond back rattlesnakes, and cotton mouth water moccasins).

--OR--

Just barely pull thru a nasty bout of food poisoning from some deadly nightshade (aka bella donna) that somehow got mixed into your salad greens.

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