would you rather – partie quinze

master every musical instrument or be fluent in every language
fluent in every language all day every day

go bald or forever be cursed with terrible haircuts
bald
bad haircuts are the absolute worst and I can always accessorize with hats and wigs

have fame and fortune or love and wisdom
love and wisdom
fame is a fickle bitch, and fortunes can be lost – love can also be lost, but I value it more, and wisdom only grows

live in a cave or live in a tree house
tree house x infinity
especially if it could be like Henry and Amy’s

King, Stephen Michael. Henry and Amy (right-way-round and upside down). New York, Walker and Company, 1998.

first contact extraterrestrials be robotic or organic
organic
if they’re robotic, that means someone/thing else is controlling them and I feel like that doesn’t necessarily bode well…

What about y’all?
What would you rather?

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  1. Master every language. Duh…. Terrible haircuts. Some people have nice heads. I do not. Plus I have a non threatening cyst on top of my head that I would need to get rid of even though it’s not threatening because it just is…love and wisdom. I would not make a good famous person cause I hate people…hmmmm….claustrophobic and afraid of heights…however, we stayed in a cave on Greece and it was awesome so cave….while I like your anti robot stance, I’d have to say robot because they could exist in our orbit and would just fit in with our AI obsessed world

    • I hear you about nice heads. I’ve had stitches in mine at least twice, but hats and wigs will be my friends.
      I also hate people…but not (most) children, unless they’re devil kids or something.
      I suspect your cave would be homey and gorgeous!

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