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Would You Rather: Questions 181-190

It's been a while since I've done one of these - three years in fact. Yes, three years! Jumping back into the wacky world of these questions, and stimulating some ponders along the way...

181. Would you rather the aliens that make first contact be robotic or organic? 

Well, this is a weird one. I'll go organic as it feels there would be more of an opportunity to connect as living beings. Robots just sound evil at the core - showing no compassion or empathy one what would likely be an awkward initial encounter. 

182. Would you rather lose the ability to read or lose the ability to speak?

Easily lose the ability to speak. I'm not sure I even want to talk to people all that much anymore - I'm kidding, sort of. Losing the ability to read gives up too much of yourself, and the ability to function independently. 

183. Would you rather have a golden voice or a silver tongue?

Golden voice. Give me the ability to sing, perform, and be a rock star. A silver tongue is nice, and likely practical, but I'm dreaming big. 

184. Would you rather be covered in fur or covered in scales?

Ahhhh, covered in fur? Yeah, fur. Scales are for reptiles, and while it's cool, those are definitely not my thing. 

185. Would you rather be in jail for a year or lose a year off your life?

Take a year off my life. Just take it...

186. Would you rather always be 10 minutes late or always be 20 minutes early?

20 minutes early. Because I typically find myself running right on time, or likely, ten minutes late. 

Being on time in a big way is fine. No big deal. 

187. Would you rather have one real get-out-of-jail-free card or a key that opens any door?

Now this is going to sound really bad, but the get-out-of-jail-free card sounds useful. I'm not sure I would care to open doors...or that it sounds all that useful. 

188. Would you rather know the history of every object you touch or be able to talk to animals?

Wikipedia exists. I rather go down a rabbit hole of research with my extra twenty minutes of showing up early. 

Talking to animals? That'll be cool. 

189. Would you rather have all traffic lights you approach be green or never have to stand in line again?

Give me green lights all the way. Anyone who understands driving in the NYC Metro area would appreciate that. I'm cool with standing in line. 

But green lights all the way - that's just a miracle. 

190. Would you rather spend the rest of your life with a sailboat as your home or an RV as your home?

Life on a sailboat won't be my thing. At sea, forever? Nope. 

Life on the road in a badass RV - that's just not only an easy decision on this question, but sounds like a really cool life to live. 

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