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my recliner when it sat in my old apartment on Larkin Rd

This-or-That Tuesday for April 29

29 Apr 2003

Before I give my answers to This-or-That Tuesday questions, I want to point you to GeoURL, a nifty blog mapping service.   GeoURL
Okay, here we go with This or That's "Take Comfort" edition:

Which is more comforting for you...

1. Lying down on the couch, or stretching out on a recliner?
I like my recliner.

2. Going barefoot or wearing soft slippers?
If I had soft slippers, I'd probably like them.

3. Eating ice cream, or pizza?
Love 'em both, but neither are very comforting.

4. Watching on TV...a classic movie or a reality show?
Classic movie (like Groundhog Day)

5. Wearing: blue jeans or sweat pants?
Sweat pants

6. A long, soothing bubble bath or a quick, invigorating shower?
Neither are as comforting as going for a swim

7. Furniture: leather, or something more on the fuzzy side?

8. Soft, classical music, or upbeat rock & roll?
I find great comfort in playing soft, classical music on the piano.

9. Darkness or light?
These are both equally comfortable

10. Thought-provoking question of the week: You get married, or otherwise begin cohabitating with a significant other. S/he moves into your place, but brings with them the UGLIEST chair you have ever seen! You really don't want this thing in your home, but SO says it is the most comfy chair s/he has ever sat in, and no way will they part with it. Do you: grin and bear it, or scheme to get rid of the montrosity somehow?
It's pretty clear that all of this week's questions are aimed at women or written by a woman. Would a guy care so much about an ugly chair? Perhaps. But most guys (including me) wouldn't give a crap what a comfy chair looked like.

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