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Answer to Question #1 [Mar. 15th, 2006|09:24 pm]
indiecowboy asked

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a wooschuck could chuck wood?

No...Um....how about what sense could you live without if you had to choose...sight, smell, hearing, taste or touch?

I tried to think of something witty to the first question, but I'm not that original, I guess.

The answer to the second question wasnt as easy for me as I thought it was. I decided to answer the question, by eliminating the others.
Being an analytical person, I tend to take every thing in and process it internally. When I'm in a crowd, I tend to look around a lot. I love to people watch, so I definitely could not live without sight.
When I'm with people that I dont know, I like to sit back and listen to what they say. People who dont know me sometime perceive this as being shy, I prefer the term "reserved." Hearing helps me adapt to unfamiliar situation, without it, I'm not sure how I would cope in those situations.
I love the feel of a man's arm around me, the feel of my head resting on his chest, and the touch of his beard against the top of my head. Touch is one thing I would have to have.

Hmmm..down to taste or smell. Since I need to choose one sense to live without, it would have to be taste. Although I like to taste different styles of food, I could probably live without it. I love the smell of fresh cut grass, the air after a thunder storm, and the smell of a good cigar to name a few.

So finally, the answer to the question is taste.