Weekend “Would You Rather?” 29

Sorry for the few weeks I missed, I’m back in a normal routine again 🙂

After playing an interesting round of “Would You Rather?” with the family, I thought it would be fun to get into the game of a weekly blog post.  Feel free to join in on your own blog and be sure to give an answer to the question of the week.

**I will keep these questions rated G**


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Would you rather accidentally drop a hammer on your toe or

OR

Accidentally drop a hammer on the toe of a complete stranger?


Be sure to leave your answer (and justification) in the comments!

My answer to this doesn’t follow normal convention.  I would accidentally drop a hammer on my own toe and I’ll explain why.  My wife would be recording this event on her phone as she thinks its funny to see me do things with tools where usually every other word is a curse.  Upon dropping the hammer on my toe, she would laugh so hard she would accidentally share the video to YouTube and within a few days, it quickly goes viral.  My pain is apparently funny to a lot of people and it quickly gets the attention of several talk shows, of which I do the regular circuit over a few weeks.  Just as quickly as the fame appeared, it quickly goes away when the next viral video takes the country by storm.  By this time, my toe would have healed up and it would just be a distant memory.  None of that would have happened if I accidentally dropped the hammer on the toe of a complete stranger……  I’d just be in jail awaiting trial because I couldn’t afford bail.

6 thoughts on “Weekend “Would You Rather?” 29

  1. The stranger….I can apologize and there is no pain to me…..after a massive broken leg in the past I have this aversion to pain….have a good Saturday….chuq

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  2. I would rather drop the hammer on my own toe because I am less likely to sue myself for damages than would be the total stranger.

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  3. I was gonna say “on my own toe” so I wouldn’t feel awful for dropping a hammer on someone else’s toe, but I like Doug’s answer better.

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