The importance of would you rather questions:
However, today's post isn't about the so called "important" questions. Today's would you rather questions are going to force you to choose between money and something that money can't buy. Are you excited? Because you should be.
Would you rather receive $5 or have your WNBA team win the National Championship?
Would you rather receive $50 or have your NBA team win the National Championship?
Would you rather receive $60 or have your NHL team win the Stanley Cup?
Would you rather receive $80 or have your MLB team win the World Series?
Would you rather receive $100 or have your NFL team win the Superbowl?
Okay, now take each of those questions, and ask would you pay that amount for them to win?
I would be interested to know if anyone's answers changed. For the record, I would pay $80 for the Twins to win and $100 for the Vikings to win, but I don't care about basketball or hockey.
Also, I apologize to those of you who prefer sports like Tennis, Golf, Running and Volleyball- those aren't part of my would you rather questions today.
Would you rather triple your Netflix payment and gain instant access to all your favorite superhero shows or not?
Would you rather pay $400 month for the ability to fly or not?
Would you rather date Captain America or Thor (what that's not about money- well whatever)?
Would you rather have Batman's money or Batman's abilities (you also get his gadgets, the batmobile, etc.)?
Would you rather have your money back from seeing the last Spiderman movie, or was it worthwhile?
For the record, I won't pay more for Netflix, but I would happily pay $400/month to fly, especially if I could carry Rob and Kenny with me. I would rather date Thor, I prefer Batman's abilities to his money, and I want my money back.
Would you rather pay $50 a month to crave working out and health food, or just try to gut your way there?
Would you rather pay $120 a month to be able to prepare a healthy meal in 15 minutes or less every night, or not?
Would you rather pay $250 a month for the ability to thoroughly clean your house in 5 minutes, or not?
Would you rather pay $60 a month for a super fast metabolism, or not?
Would you rather pay $5 a month for blindingly fast and accurate mental math, or not?
I'm on the edge with all of these. I think the one that I might tip me over the edge is the ability to prepare healthy meals in such a short amount of time. I feel like that would be a worthwhile super-power. The cleaning one is also pretty tempting, but I think I can resist.