Question of the day

Would you rather eat a really old piece of rock hard gum off the bottom of the cafeteria table OR eat a piece of gum from the bottom of the same table that is fresh and even still a little wet?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Eewwwww!
    Ok, rock hard and cold. Less germs?

  2. Nikki says:

    That is a disgusting question! I’ll go with Jean….I guess! Nasty!

  3. Joy says:

    I know. Gross huh??? I almost would rather throw up!!! The hard one if I HAD to pick one.

  4. Sue says:

    Rock hard and old b/c there’s no way you’d be able to chew it!

  5. lucy says:

    EWWWWWW… i think I’ll join everyone else and go with the rock hard (NASTY!!!)

  6. Laura says:

    I’m gonna break with tradition and go with gooshy… because it didn’t specify WHO put the gooshy one there. And it could’ve been my kid. I’ll pick his gooshy spit over a stranger’s hard spit any day.

    and now I have to go take a shower and brush my teeth, ’cause this is GROSS.

  7. SKL says:

    I wanna skip this question. However, can I ask it another way? What would your answer have been when you were 8? How many of us actually stuck that nasty stuff in our mouths – especially if we knew who had put it there (e.g., a brother)?

  8. avomnia says:

    That was pretty funny, Joy! It’s a hard one. LOL!

    The questions, however, is nauseating. It shouldn’t be, I suppose. Look at what little boys eat–they’ll pick their nose and eat it.

  9. starlaschat says:

    I enjoyed reading all the comments on this question. ;+) I would have to agree with most everyone the hard gum.

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