Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Random this or that

Totally pointless. But hey, why don't you do the same thing?

Cats or dogs? Both.
Lev Tolstoy or Fyodor Dostoyevsky? Both.
Day or night? Day.
Summer or winter? Summer.
Spring or fall? Spring.
Science or art? Art.
Tea or coffee? Coffee.
Rain or snow? Rain.
"Harry Potter" or "Lord of the rings"? "Harry Potter".
Chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate.
Myspace or facebook? Facebook.
Coke or pepsi? Coke.
Fanta or Solo? Neither.
Olympics or World Cup (soccer)? World Cup.
Pancakes or waffles? Waffles.
Ketchup or mustard? Ketchup.
Rice or bread? Rice.
Rock or rap? Rock.
Batman or Superman? Neither.
TV shows or movies? Movies.
Literature or cinema? Both.
The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? The Beatles.
Beer or wine? Neither.
Jane Austen or Charles Dickens? Jane Austen.
Anne Hathaway or Jennifer Lawrence? Anne Hathaway.
Shower or bath? Bath.
7up or Sprite? Neither.
Blue or green? Blue.
Apples or bananas? Both.
Chicken or beef? Chicken.
F. Scott Fitzgerald or Ernest Hemingway? Fitzgerald.
Sunrise or sunset? Sunset.
Eminem or 50 Cent? Eminem.
Birds or horses? Birds.
Fork and knife or chopsticks? Both.
Hamburgers or hotdogs? Hotdogs.
Federico Fellini or Michelangelo Antonioni? Fellini.
Trains or planes? Planes.
Nachos or French fries? French fries.
Blonde or brunette? Brunette.
Beach or pool? Beach.
Andersen or Grimm bros? Andersen.
Sausages or lạp xưởng? Lạp xưởng.
Circuses or carnivals? Carnivals.
Emo or gothic? Neither.
Trousers or dresses? Trousers.
Rural or urban? Urban.
Tan or pale? Tan.
Ice cream or yoghurt? Yoghurt.
Boots or sandals? Boots.
Jazz or classical? Classical.
Baseball or basketball? Basketball.
Crossword puzzles or sudokus? Sudokus.
Antique or brand new? Depends.
James Bond or Jason Bourne? Bourne.
Peanut butter or jelly? Peanut butter.
Detailed or abstract? Detailed.
Call or text? Text.
Spicy or mild? Spicy.
Roller coaster or Ferris wheel? Roller coaster (maybe).
Leather or denim? Denim.
Aldous Huxley or George Orwell? Orwell.
Raisins or nuts? Nuts.
Fiction or nonfiction? Fiction.
William Faulkner or Vladimir Nabokov? Both.
(Western) animation or anime? Animation.
Comics or manga? Neither.
Hunting or fishing? Neither (hunting sounds more fun).
Dancing or singing? Dancing.
Grammys or Oscars? Oscars.
Salt or sugar? Salt.
Paperback or ebook? Paperback.
Gums or candies? Gums.
Jeans or sweatpants? Jeans.
Scarves or hats? Both.
Descartes or Hume? Hume.
Deontology or utilitarianism? Mix.
Vivien Leigh or Hedy Lamarr? Vivien.
Laurence Olivier or Marlon Brando? Marlon Brando.
Arabic or Chinese? Chinese.
French or Spanish? French.
Bury or cremate? Cremate.
Gun or knife? Gun.
Sword or bow and arrows? Bow and arrows.
Vampires or werewolves? Vampires (true vampires, not Edward Cullen type).
Crime (whodunit) or romance (whoendsupwithwhom)? Crime. 
English English or American English? English English. 


  1. You haven't answered "Fiction or nonfiction?"