"Facebook experiment"

The thing about blogging is that you can go for months without putting anything in, then you do one post and suddenly think of 101 other things to write about.

Anyway, I thought I’d do a little experiment on Facebook to see how various people responded to a random question I posted. Just for fun!

Because I don’t really know how long stuff stays on FB, I thought that I’d record it here for posterity (and that’s the second time today I’ve used that word!). Although I have taken the liberty of changing the grammar in places.

Should I stay or should I go?

  • Go where?


  • I say go. Although there will be double, I say the more the trouble the better.


  • If the question is one to ponder then I say stay and think for a while, go for a think, then postulate for a while.


  • Is not one of the better Clash songs. Try London Calling or Spanish Bombs instead.


  • Don’t leave me this way.


  • Go definitely go go go go now now before its too late.


  • It’s really an existential question and far too complex for me to possibly answer like this.


  • Both; hire a double and after 2 hours see which one of you is having the most fun and then swap if you are losing out.


  • Now?


  • I should stay for the moment, you can always go later… but remember it’s so much harder to do the other way round. ๐Ÿ˜›


Really brought a smile to my face.

I think my two favourite responses are Don’t leave me this way., which nicely picks up on the lyric reference but in a left-of-field way, and

Go definitely go go go go now now before its too late which appeals to my spontaneous side that I always suppress ‘cos I’m far too sensible.

Had I been answering I probably would have done so along the lines of DB.

I wonder if I’ll remember who the initials are this time next year? ๐Ÿ™‚

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