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Friday, October 15, 2010

Would You Rather?

Give up cheese for a year, or give up chocolate for a year?

Things to consider:  

Delicious Cheesy bread...

Molten lava cake...

Pizza....

Whatever this is....

Which do choose and why? If you are allergic to one of these things, pretend you aren't for the sake of the question.


31 comments:

Sara said...

I like chocolate more than cheese, but I eat cheese almost every day so it'd be a bigger sacrifice.

Heidi said...

I hate this question Elizabeth because I honestly love both. I think though that I would really have to give up chocolate, because I can still enjoy sweet things without chocolate but cheese is just a must on most of my food...

Kathy said...

Definitely chocolate. But my answer could be swayed by the fact that I haven't had cheese in a depressingly long time.

This choice for Justin means no more cheesy brownies.

Kelly / Raquel said...

I going to pretend that the chocolate has creme fraiche on top and that the chocolate has a swirl sea salt. That would be a winner for me every day of the week. That's why the gym membership was invented, not for rock hard bodies but to keep you moving until this shows up on your menu!

Ashley said...

I'd give up chocolate because cheese is more of a staple.

NOURNME said...

I think this whole scenario is a little cheesy to me

justin said...

Easy decision. I could never give up cheese. It would be pretty hard to give up Snickers bars, but other than that I'm not a huge fan of chocolate. I like it, but I don't love it.

Kathy, I still think you should have tried that cheesy brownie. It wasn't half bad.

Elizabeth Downie said...

The cheese tasted like coconut in that brownie. Next time I'll make it with velveeta. (so gross)

I'd give up cheese but only because life without chocolate isn't worth living.

Kathy said...

LIARS! You said it tasted sour!!!! Coconut does not taste sour. Stop trying to trick me into eating cheesy brownies.

Claire said...

I think my brain just exploded... can't...decide...

Heather said...

What was the question? Those pictures made me hungry. Now I am eating a hi-lighter.

Ok. I choose to do without chocolate. Mainly because I am afraid nacho cheese Doritoes would count under the cheese category.

Ben said...

Definitely would give up cheese. Why? Because I would probably lose about 50 lbs. With chocolate you can only eat so much before you've had enough, but cheese... you can eat that for days! (put a week on it)

Sandy said...

Oh no you didn't just go there! Can't even decide. Please don't make me.

Katherine said...

I think I'd grow a mullet in outer space. Wait, is that not an option? Ugh. I think it'd have to be cheese for me, too, because like you said, life without chocolate is not worth living!!

AngelaBeth said...

They both have milk.. therefore I am allergic to both. DANGIT. I would probably give up chocolate though.. I need to be more healthy and I get away with eating that a lot more.

lizzie mc.- said...

The question is which would YOU rather... me w/o chocolate or me w/o cheese. I think that answer is clear. But this has been the most torturous question by far. I'm sure I'd gain weight that year compensating for such a great loss :D

Heather said...

I read this while having a pile of snicker,milky way and twix minis in my lap. I think my choice is obvious. I would give up cheese. Life without chocolate is not a life worth living (was that too dramatic?) :-)

Maxabillion J said...

I'm with Katherine on this one. Grow the mullet in outerspace with my Amish friends. But chocolate can hit the road, cheese is the Chuck Norris of milk based foods as far as I'm concerned.

elliespen said...

Having recently discovered during my stint with gestational diabetes that I can, in fact, live without chocolate if I need to, I'd go with that, but it would be a very emotional reunion on day 366. If I tried to give up cheese, though, I doubt I would make it to day four.

valerie said...

I would give up cheese. Never chocolate but I gotta admit it would be very tough!

Bethy{aka}lilsis said...

How can anyone give up CHEESE?
I love chocolate too but I eat way more cheese.
As a matter of fact I have a chunk of Da Vinci Dutch cheese that is calling me away...

lizzie mc.- said...

Andy says he'd rather do w/o cheese. He reminded me of an email where there's wrong answer, right answer and the safe answer... always Here have some chocolate. Wish I still had the email to share.

Robert said...

My two favorite things! How to choose?! I think it might have to be chocolate because I don't think I could do without grilled cheese sandwiches, or Parmesan on my pasta, or cheese pizza. mmmmm.

Kelsey said...

I'm sorry to say that I'd have to give up chocolate. I'd almost quite literally die without cheese! Chocolate is great, but in my book cheese is so much better. I could go on and on about the wonders of cheese, but I won't for your sake.

Sui Sin Far said...

I've gone without cheese. I'm pretty much going without cheese again. But, remember, when you start eating cheese again, your tummy will not be happy. But, my aunt who doesn't eat chocolate says she can tell if something has chocolate because it gives her a headache. Anyway, cheese, sadly.

Alyson said...

ahhhh what a tough question!!! umm well i think i literally couldn't live without chocolate, so i guess i'd have to say cheese (i'll mourn the loss of the grilled cheese every day)

Guru said...

Cheese. Chocolate and I will never be parted.

Melissa C said...

I would totally give up cheese. In college, as a gymnast, I would order my pizza without cheese on it on purpose, and could eat Buddy's bread or papa john's breadsticks with pizza sauce and be quite fine for a whole year. I was insanely skinny back then too- they called me "bones", so perhaps I should just give up cheese for a year for real. I just opened a huge costco bag of halloween candy, and the chocolate/peanut butter smell was to DIE for. I could NOT give that up, especially right before Halloween.

Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

CHOCOLATE! I loooove cheese too much!

Anonymous said...

Cheese.

An admirer from the distance. ;)

Liz said...

I could go without chocolate. I do really love cheese.