Hardest Would You Rather Questions – OMG

Hardest Would You Rather Questions – OMG

Hello, guys I actually feel pretty good today.  I feel pretty good and the reason, I say that is because yesterday I was so sick, I felt horrible yesterday was miserable I was I wanted to die but today I feel great. So, today we’re playing some would you rather and I know that this is a little bit old it’s a little bit old but you know I haven’t been seeing very much of it recently and I felt I gotta miss it, I kind of miss it, I kind of want to bring it back. So, I mean I know let me know in the comments if you guys would like to see more of this so anyways let’s get on into it.

 Would You Rather Questions

Would you rather freeze to death in the Arctic or burn to death in the desert?

Wow! that is a very, very violent way to start this. Okay, freeze to death in the Arctic or burn to death in the desert. What would take longer that’s the main question ask really? I feel like freezing isn’t as painful it’s just more uncomfortable so what I rather die uncomfortably or perfect me feel like freezing cut you know I’m gonna do freezing, I’m freezing.

 

Would You rather play real-life Minecraft or real life Mario Kart?

Oh, oh that’s difficult because real life Minecraft you could get killed by a zombie. There be zombie skeletons the ender dragon there would be way too much really messed up stuff. Whereas Mario Kart at the same time you can get killed. Obviously, Mario Kart because Minecraft would be way more dangerous. So, more people said Mario Kart I think that’s the main reason people would say Mario Kart as cool as it would be to play like to be in real life Minecraft. I think Mario Kart is the safer option there’s just more logical.

 

Would You rather live forever or never live?

Oh, wow  I’m gonna say live forever because it’s at least something never living you don’t even get to experience anything and I mean that’s like rather something than nothing and I don’t know, I don’t think that like living forever be miserable unless there’s a way to like to make it a little vulgar but to die. I don’t know this is God I’m gonna go live forever Oh 81% Wow okay yeah live forever outside.

 

Would you rather have a lightsaber or have a helper monkey?

Helper monkey obviously what people said lightsaber obviously I’ve gotta want a helper monkey. A monkey that could just do things for me that would be amazing. I came to a monkey back there I don’t know if you can see him this is a little oh you can just barely see if there’s this little head right there wait this way there we go there’s his little head he’s like in my bed I love my monkey so much my little-stuffed monkey.

 

Would you rather only drink black coffee or only eat dry cereal?

Only drink but I actually take my coffee black. anyways so I actually put anything my coffee so definitely that one. Wow, people really don’t like black coffee. I actually really like buy coffee that’s uh that’s interesting.

 

Would you rather live an average life and be forgotten in time or go down in history for something terrible?

Probably just live an average life because I don’t want to be a terrible human being. Yeah, what kind of like ego would you need it to like make sure people knew about you to the point that you do something terrible. There’s a lot of people out there that exist like people get assassinated just for the fact that the person who assassinated them just wants to be famous or infamous, I guess but like that’s messed up man.

 

Would you rather be a vampire or be a werewolf?

I don’t know because vampires you can’t, you can’t be exposed to the Sun right then you die you turn into a stone or whatever turns into dust something like. Because being a vampire your entire life revolves around the lifestyle of being a vampire whereas a werewolf it only happens once every full moon, which is once a month. You just have to deal with it for like one night and then you’re good so you’ll probably rather be a werewolf. That is a close one well I guess vampires are kind of like cool and romantic but werewolves are also just really cool. So I don’t know about that one.

 

Would you rather own a horse in the city or own a cat in the country?

Own a cat in the country! what would you do with the horse in the city Plus cats? I am wearing a t-shirt that says I love cats.

 

Would you rather be attacked by 50 duck-sized horses or be attacked by one horse-sized duck?

I can’t even fathom how many times I’ve heard this question before. I would rather be attacked by 50 duck sized horses because the horse sized duck I feel I could just smash me into pieces. Whereas the 50 duck sized horses like I like kick them or something, I don’t know.

 

Would you rather light your hands on fire for a mitt or light your feet on fire for a minutes?

My feet because my hands I use my hands for everything. I’m using my hands right now, I’m not using my feet not using my feet.

 

Would you rather start every sentence with "if&quot or start every sentence with &quote;but&quot?

Oh, this is meant to be okay, this is just really messed up so I said what it’s asking is start every sentence with F or start every sentence with but. So, it could be like hey Dennis would you like to go to the movies today, then I would say if I went to the movies I would have a lot of fun. That would be a good response and then they said hey Dennis we’d like you were in the movies today I would say but the movies are very fun so &but the but I think the but is more confusing. I think I’d rather do if yeah there you go more people at it because butt means that you’re like you’re thinking of something else you’re like yes.

 

Would you rather meet your idol or be popular at school?

The thing is here’s what I’ll tell you guys is that being popular in school is such a temporary benefit and it’s not even necessarily like a benefit. Here’s the thing is that being popular in school when you’re in school seems like the most important thing in the world and then whenever you’re out of school everything that just happened in the past doesn’t matter at all not even a single bit if something embarrassing happens to you in school. Everyone’s gonna forget about it no one will care if you feel like you’re not popular and you feel like you’re lonely that’s not gonna carry on with you for the rest of your life don’t worry as soon as school ends if you still happen to be like that everyone will forget.

No one will care trust me on that one guy you have to trust me on that one is popular at school isn’t everything and besides, there’s a difference between being popular and having friends. So being popular doesn’t even necessarily mean that you just have a lot of friends. I’ve lost friends before because they wanted to be popular like, I would have one of my best friends and then they decided that they wanted to go be with the popular kids. Who they barely knew but they left me and like I was their best friend at the time they left me to go be with the popular kids so popular being popular doesn’t even necessarily mean you have more friends it just means that you’re all acting like you’re popular like trust me the whole thing of like being popular schools pretty dumb.

How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old

How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old

Ok, so all of the psychologists talk about how adolescence is such a major developmental stage because of raging hormones, developing your own identity, independence, and exploration. Yes, I admit, being a teen is a difficult time. With emotional rollercoasters, pimply faces, braces, newfound curves, and the stress of high school, who wouldn’t go crazy?

But what about the twenty-something-year-olds? It seems like nobody pays attention to that stage. I had to actually look up Eric Erikson’s stages of development in an old psych book to remember what’s supposed to be happening during that time. For those of you dying to know, it’s “Intimacy vs. Isolation,” a period of exploring relationships, long-term commitments, or loneliness and potentially depression.

I challenge this! Although Erikson is correct, there is so much more complexity to this stage, that I feel is neglected! (For those of you thinking that I’m just being passionate because I’m currently in this stage, hit me up when I’m a “thirty-something”) So as a twenty-seven year old (Yikes! When did that happen?), I’m going to outline the common problems that people in my age group are facing, and propose various solutions.

Problem #1: Facebook

Facebook does some really crazy shit to your emotions. And by Facebook, I mean any social media. First, there is a compulsion to be this creepy voyeur and scroll through photos, and status updates of friends and family members. You no longer see them every day like you used to in college, so Facebook is how you “keep in touch.” And doesn’t it seem like everybody is having the time of their freaking lives? Go ahead, check your News Feed. I’ll wait… Someone posted a really witty comment, and you’re like “Damn, I wish I were so clever.” Someone else just went out to a fancy club, and she just looks fabulous, “Did she lose weight?” Someone took a selfie at work as an executive director, and you’re reminded how “I hate my job!” This girl you can’t stand just got engaged to her boyfriend after only dating him for a few months, and your loving boyfriend has suddenly morphed into a piece of shit by not giving you that diamond before the other Bitch! Then sprinkle in some emo “I hate my life” statuses which you scroll by anyway and don’t pay any attention to…Solution: Stop trying to keep up with the Joneses. Truthfully, how many selfies do you take, and how many filters do you go through anyway before you finally decide to put the final masterpiece on Facebook? Your FB friends are no different. What you see in your News Feed is a glamorization of reality. It is a carefully selected series of photos and phrases to represent the high moments of a (presumably) otherwise boring life. Take what you see with a grain of salt. Put down the smartphone, and step into the light of the real world. It’s startling at first, but your eyes will quickly adjust to filter-free scenery and settings outside of the dusty selfie bathroom mirror. Embrace it.

Problem #2: Living At Home

If you graduated around 2008 like me, you were unemployed for quite some time after college, which meant you were back at home. There is nothing more miserable than being an independent individual for four years, and then returning home to mom and dad’s rule. Of course, it’s nice having food in the fridge and having something other than Taquitos for dinner. It’s nice getting your laundry done for free, and living rent free is pretty sweet. Nonetheless, you can’t help but feel like a loser for being a twenty-something-year-old living at home. You were supposed to be in your own apartment, hosting parties, with your great job, living the life. But instead, you’re at home, asking mom for a few bucks just so you can save face, and purchase at least a few overpriced drinks at the bar, so you don’t look like a complete loser…

 How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old
 How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old

Solution: Realize this: You are NOT alone! Many people are in your shoes. Your parents were gracious enough to let you back into their home. Appreciate it. Yes, you have to tolerate mom’s nagging, but accept the free food, take advantage of the free laundry and embrace the silver lining. Get out of the house when you can to maintain your sanity, and SAVE UP!! You will be grateful for the opportunity to have put some cash in the bank when you finally get your own spot… and realize that your lovely new apartment is empty. Fun times, Ikea.

Problem #3: Your Friends are No Longer Down the Hall

Your social life has completely changed. Friends who used to be down the hall are now towns or even states over. Working full-time, and/or different shifts makes the meeting at the bar for drinks a rarity. There’s a new feeling of isolation. You may have your own apartment, but it feels so empty and ALONE. What was once a habit of weekly festivities has now been limited to special occasions: birthdays, graduations, baby showers, and weddings, and you’re depressed.

Solution: Get-togethers are going to be much tougher, and will require planning and persistence. As a person who may have originally just tagged along, you may have to take some initiative. You will have to actually plan, perhaps more than a week in advance to get your friends together. Create an event page on FB, send mass texts/emails. And be patient. People are not as available as they used to be. And take advantage of those special occasions –it’s an opportunity to see everyone together again, and to plan for follow-up hang-outs. You may also have to settle for one-on-one as well if getting together as a group becomes a headache. Have you thought about planning a 3-day vacation for you & close friends? After just a few hours of hanging out, you’ll be catapulted right back to the good times of your college dorm room.

Problem #4: You Don’t Have as Many Friends as You Used To

In college, you were friends with every Joe, Jane, Betty, and Sue. You met people at every corner, from shared classes, the dining hall, and dorm rooms. You now look at your cell phone, longing for it to beep, vibrate, chirp… anything. You are no longer the celebrity you once were, with people shouting your name as you walked down the halls.

 How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old
 How to Survive being a Twenty-Something Year Old

Solution: Get over it. As you grow older, your social circle is supposed to grow smaller, stronger, and with more meaningful people who enhance your life. Who cares that you no longer speak to Joey from Psych 101. Again, get over it.

Problem #5: You’re a Pseudo-Adult

According to you, you’re an adult. You have voted for the leader of the free world! You have all the power!! Yeah, try telling that to mom… The adults in your life are going to continue to tell you (or strongly encourage) you to take their “advice.” You’re one of the youngest people at your job, and people are often looking down their noses at you, expecting you to make photocopies or fetch coffee. Your bank account, although a huge improvement from the $1.26 you had in college, still continues to laugh at you in the face of student loans. Mwahahaha.

Solution: You may not see yourself on the same playing field as your parents, and you shouldn’t. They’re older and wiser than you. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that you are still an adult. You have to respectfully educate them, that although their advice is welcome, as an adult you will come to your own conclusions. They may not like it, but they will accept it. That, my dear, is an adult move. As for the crappy job and the crappy bank account, see below…

Problem #6: You are the twenties are supposed to be the BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE!

You’re twenty-something. You’re supposed to be conquering the world, living the high life, and doing crazy shit. But being this pseudo-adult sucks, and you miss spring break, and you hate your boss.

Solution: The short answer: Someone lied to you. Ask a fifty-year-old what the most memorable decade of his life was. He won’t tell you his twenties. (Or he may, geez… I don’t know the guy.) But your foundation is not yet stable. You’re still exploring. You’re still developing profound and fascinating relationships with your peers, finally getting a firm grasp of who you really are. (Sidebar: Did you know that your frontal lobe doesn’t fully develop until you’re twenty-four years old? Crazy right?) This explains the endless engagements and wedding photos on your news feed—people are becoming more confident and secure in themselves and in others. Please, do not view it as “a thing to do” and wonder why the divorce rate is 50%.You have enough money in your account to enjoy a small vacation or spend a small fortune on a car, or something you really love. Things are really not so bad. Yes, you work in an entry-level position with a micro-managing boss, and you’d like to be better… and that’s good. Things do get better… You know, I heard that a woman’s sex life is even better is in her thirties 🙂