Friday, December 29, 2006

NEW RECURRING FEATURE

This will be a recurring post on the Wing and Wave. You will be presented with two locations or establishments and you have to choose which one you would select to find your future spouse at- as though you can only select your spouse from the folks who visit that location.

Todays options are:

Barnes & Noble

or

The Public Library

15 comments:

heidiann(e) said...

library, no doubt. actually, i DID meet my spouse right outside a library, now that i think of it.

abigail said...

Without question, the public library.

A great pool of potential spise can be found within (or without, in Heidi's case).

Sandy said...

This is a weird question/recurring segment. Why, again, are we selecting a future spouse?

Not that I have trouble answering the question, now or in future. I agree about strangers at the library, but my own spouse is much more likely found at Barnes and Noble (since he's not usually in the country long enough to track down the library or to borrow a book.)

Annie said...

Barnes and Noble. Not only does he probably like books, but maybe has money.....

Liana said...

I would have to say Barnes & Noble... books AND typically Starbucks Coffee... can't beat that combination!

Hal said...

Neither a borrower or a lender be.

If or when I buy the book I do not intend on returning it. So B&N it most certainly must be.

Steve said...

Library for sure.

kelly v said...

The Library, because a man who frequents the public library is both literary and frugal. However, the sheer volume of people who pass through Barnes & Noble would provide a larger selection of potential spouses.

lisa d said...
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lisa d said...

now, i'm not sayin' i'm a goldiga, uh!, but all of my library experience as an adult has included a few too many bare feet and too much b.o. for my liking (downtown ventura may have scarred me a little). barnes and noble, final answer.

BarefootKangaroo said...

I agree Sandy. This is kind of a strange question to pose to married folk.

The other night a bunch of us were sitting around our living room playing this game and throwing different scenarios around, and the interesting thing was that sarah and I almost never chose the same location. That was no surprise, of course, because we are so different, but it made me glad that God is the director of our paths, and not me. The serendipitous event that is Sarah may not have happened had I been left to following the paths of my own whimsy.

All of that to say... definately Barnes & Noble.

Rocket Surgeon, Phd said...

Barnes and Noble.

A patronage that has so much left to prove

Cameo said...

I like Kelly's thought that there is a greater number of choices at Barnes and Noble, but I think that the Library is a more social and romantic environment. I'm torn, but I can't imagine meeting someone in a place that I will be closed of to the world enjoying a book. I guess I'll pick B&N simply because I would more likely be found there than in a library.

john tate said...

Although I really like the arguments for Barnes and Noble - I'm going with the library. While it may have to be painstakingly mined - there is gold in them there hills.

sarah said...

i like books. i win!