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u/Anglaceandwhiskey · 3 pointsr/WouldYouRather

I already have a perfect pillow but assuming that I didn't, that's what I would choose. A blanket is great but unless you have neck support from a good pillow, you're not going to get any sleep. At least not a comfortable one.

And in case anyone is curious, my perfect pillow:

Original Bamboo Shredded Bamboo Memory Foam Pillow with Ever-Cool Adaptive Technology and Deluxe Hypoallergenic Washable Cover, Queen

u/BigZmultiverse · 1 pointr/WouldYouRather

That way of thinking has been shown to be a fallacy.

I highly recommend this book.
My recommendation might not mean a lot to you, but trust me, I’ve heard it HIGHLY recommended by some VERY wealthy and successful people. Many of whom were not born with the resources to get where they are now.

u/AberrantCheese · 7 pointsr/WouldYouRather

I'd repeat indefinitely. Memorize a few lottery numbers and when to play them. Memorize a few key stocks and when to invest. The world is a big place; even with eternity on my side doubtless I could see it all. Life would be like a giant role-playing game that I play over and over; playing the same physical character each time but different role on each pass. Rich media tycoon; homeless (but secretly rich) drifter; swinging bachelor. The only roles that would I would find difficult to play, at least over and over, would be of Family Man, creating children who wouldn't exist the next time around, winking out of existence except in my memories.

Edit: Reminds me strongly of the book "The first fifteen lives of Harry August"

u/ksarnek · 1 pointr/WouldYouRather

I'll take the $100. The question is very vague about what a "window" is, I'll buy a box of Lego windows and start snapping them. I can get five windows for $15, that's a pretty good return over investment!

u/ProbeIke · 8 pointsr/WouldYouRather

Unless it's some sort of silly loophole to it. For example, get "in your sleep", go skydiving, but then you get hit by the wing on your way out, go unconscious, and then hit the ground w/o a parachute while asleep.

There's actually a really nifty book about it that I'd recommend

u/Cessnateur · 1 pointr/WouldYouRather

For an interesting short story about only being able to travel forward in time, check out "Flight to Forever" by Paul Anderson. You can find it in this cheap paperback:

u/gemandrailfan94 · 1 pointr/WouldYouRather

First one

Would You Rather...? An Absolutely Absurd Anthology: Over 3,000 Absolutely Absurd Dilemmas to Ponder

u/Mcheetah2 · 4 pointsr/WouldYouRather

If you can afford it, go for the newest model, the Nintendo New 3DS XL, priced at $275 retail, right now, with some being on sale for $200.

If not that and it's way too pricey for you (I can understand), then go for a Nintendo 2DS (the same thing, only without the 3D function or being able to fold), which is only $120 new, and about $80 used on eBay. If for nothing else, it's worth getting one for Pokemon Sun and Moon.

u/Stenchr · 8 pointsr/WouldYouRather

I'd rather have to deal with nickels than having an iPhone. My solution would be to remove the tray from my optical drive so there is no front. Then I would just slide the optical drive out the front of my case so it hangs over a 10 gallon bucket. I would precede to buy something that mimics the action of one of these(but battery/USB powered) and have it set up to hit my enter key all day. If i set it to complete a rotation (up and down) once a second, that's around 3 dollars a minute which made $180 an hour which would make a $4320 dollars a day. After the first day I would have a few buckets worth of nickels so I would stop the pressing of the button. I would then go to separate banks to change the nickles into cash. I would then keep everything in cash while continuing my normal job. I would now be able to buy almost anything I wanted with the one stipulation that it would have to be able to bought in cash. If I ever ran out all I would need to do is find a bank which takes coins or a coinstar and start up my little money printer again. One of my first purchases would be to build a new computer that doesn't have the nickel problem.

EDIT: I would also buy copious amounts of lottery tickets to make my money more "legit" with investments and money laundering.

u/Namkcalb · 6 pointsr/WouldYouRather

I really regret not studying engineering now.

I know the principles, but not the practicality.

I have a tablet and an microSD card I could quite simply fill with a tonne of scientific ebooks.

I'll bring one of these
and yes, I don't care about how ridiculous it'd look in my oversized pockets.

u/Isekai_litrpg · 17 pointsr/WouldYouRather

My depression is screaming to take the first option, but I know that everyone else seems to think that is a bad thing to stay away from the scary world outside. first I'lk buy this then I'll buy this kit then I'll see if I can find contractors willing to tear down my old home and build this new one in exchange for goods and Amazon gift cards or just buy millions of dollars in prepaid visa cards. I'll have them rig the house with solar power and a rain water collection, purification, and heating system. The one issue might be that I might have to move to get food delivered beyond the pizza, sandwiches, and Chinese food in my area.