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Dilemma


mjsayles 10 1.0k
9 Mar 2007 9:01AM
I have a dilemma. To cut a long(ish) story very short:

Should I, or shouldn't I?

Your thoughts would be appreciated - a problem shared is a problem halved.

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croberts 12 2.2k 8 Ireland
9 Mar 2007 9:02AM
i think you should.
Geoffphoto 10 13.5k United Kingdom
9 Mar 2007 9:03AM
Michael - we have all been there ! Do what YOU feel is right , you know WHAT you want to do don't you ?

Like in the Nike ads - Just Do It
chicorastas 12 91 France
9 Mar 2007 9:16AM
First you need to get your hands on both and see which feels right, then look at the "upgrade path" for her/him/it.

hth
mjsayles 10 1.0k
9 Mar 2007 9:18AM
Excellent. I was thinking I should, but then you get these nagging soubts in the back of your mind...

P.S. Wouldn't it be funny if this dilemma was related to whether I should murder my neighbour?! It isn't of course, but I find it mildly amusing that you might've just unknowingly incited murder!

Cheers for the feedback - I think I'm going to do it (and just to reiterate - it doesn't involve neighbourly violence, or any crime for that matter!)
mjsayles 10 1.0k
9 Mar 2007 9:18AM

Quote:First you need to get your hands on both and see which feels right, then look at the "upgrade path" for her/him/it


LOL! Smile

P.S. 'soubts' in the previous message started out as 'doubts' in my mind, but my typing fingers had other ideas.
SandyMiller 10 932 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2007 9:19AM
Just make sure you have a back-up body
joolsb 11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
9 Mar 2007 9:39AM
Good idea Sandy! It'll throw the Police off the scent while you have time to hide the main one...
SandyMiller 10 932 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2007 9:54AM
In which case it is probably a good idea to research the venue in advance. Check out the light, windows (especially the flooring) etc.

Then you have a back-up plan when it all goes pear-shaped under pressure
Big Bri 15 16.1k United Kingdom
9 Mar 2007 10:37AM

Quote:I have a dilemma. To cut a long(ish) story very short:

Should I, or shouldn't I?



No you shouldn't. If you do, you will have nothing to look forward to any more.
joolsb 11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
9 Mar 2007 10:41AM
But if you were to then you wouldn't have those nagging thoughts of 'what if...' and 'if only...' keeping you awake at night.

Your call. ;^)
SandyMiller 10 932 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2007 10:41AM
But then you'll never know what you missed out on...



Edit: too late (scarily close Julian!)
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
9 Mar 2007 10:43AM
GO FOR IT!.....You only live once!

AdeSmile
thewaiter Plus
14 1.2k 9 England
9 Mar 2007 10:56AM
go for it ...... but wear some protection just to be sure .....
mjsayles 10 1.0k
9 Mar 2007 10:57AM
Hmmm, protection - never thought of that!

Looks like I should go for it!

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