This or That - reborn

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  1. Curryman

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    Football.

    Cleggy or Wallace?
     
  2. Bluey

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    Cleggy I suppose.

    Kryten or Butler?
     
  3. Asclepius

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    Sorry, Arnold, but TEX is best.

    Butler or Able?
     
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    Able all day long and throughout the night.

    Curry or kebab?
     
  5. Bluey

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    Curry definitely.

    Sitcoms or dramas?
     
  6. Nikki the Great

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    Porridge the food.

    Food or tv?
     
  7. Curryman

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    Food.

    Ale or lager?
     
  8. Nikki the Great

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    Ale I guess, though I'm not a big fan of either.

    Marshmallows or racism?
     
  9. Nikki the Great

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    Wow, nearly a year went by and nobody wanted marshmallows above racism! Shame on you forum. Shame. On. You.
     
  10. Simonr1978

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    What if they were racist marshmallows though? You never specified.
     
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    Racism or COMPLETELY NON RACIST MARSHMALLOWS
     
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  12. Simonr1978

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    Oh. Well in that case the Marshmallows obviously. You only had to say.

    Sexist Hazelnuts or anti-Semitic Peanuts?
     
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    Tom or Jerry?
     
  14. Simonr1978

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    I want to say Jerry but the Britischer in me just can't do it. Tom.

    Eggs: Hard or Soft Boiled
     
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    Trivia bit : Did you know Tom and Jerry won an Oscar at one point?

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    Up or Down?
     
  16. Simonr1978

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    Up, up, up the Ziggurat, lickety spit.

    That's one I did know, I'm still slightly bemused that they were supposed to have been used as wartime propaganda as Tom is generally portrayed as the bully and bad guy and Jerry is the good guy!

    Port or Starboard?
     
  17. BigOleDummy

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    Anything with a "Star" in it so Starboard.

    The Oscar winner is a wonderful cartoon, excellent. A xmas one. Yeah....... I own almost every "Classic" Tom & Jerry. (they won 7 of them but the xmas one is outstanding)

    Wibbly or Wobbly?
     
  18. Simonr1978

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    Has to be Wibbly. Wibbly sounds fun, Wobbly is unstable.

    (Trivia Bit : Did you know that the origin of the word Posh goes back to the days of the British Empire, the wealthier passengers would get the more comfortable cabins for the journey so it was Port Out Starboard Home)

    Terry Pratchett or Douglas Adams?
     
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    My hugs or my claws?
     
  20. Simonr1978

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    Hugs, definitely hugs (Don't think I've had one BTW...)

    Big Bang Theory or Scrubs?
     

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