Buried alive, easily. I'm assuming I'm dead either way or else yeah I'll go for the sea but drowning is apparently so painful that I'd rather just lose consciousness and suffocate to death in my sleep if you will.
I'd definitely rather step on Legos for 5 minutes straight. Sure it would hurt, but everyone exaggerates the pain for the meme. Cacti, on the other hand, are incredibly painful, and bear hugging one would result in in me getting thorns (or whatever they're called) all over my body, including my crotch area. In addition to the pain from the initial hug, I would also have to deal with the pain of removing each and every one of them from my body. Steeping on Legos is definitely the better option here.
Would you rather drink nothing but water for the rest of your life (includes alcohol), or eat nothing but vegetables for the rest of your life?
Definitely work. I may think differently when I have a real job, but I absolutely love my job at camp (the only job I've ever had) and I get paid for it, while school I have to pay for. Even if I didn't like my job, getting paid is always better than having to pay.
Would you rather be a star athlete on a bad team, or a bench player on a really good team?
I'd rather be a bench player on a good team. In some sports like football, bench players still get a ridiculous amount of money per match. Like I don't think there's a lot of jobs out there that pay more for doing absolutely nothing aside from attending some training and playing maybe every now and then for half an hour at most. A team is only as good as their weakest player so the other option likely wouldn't do you as good in the long run.
Would you rather always have that feeling where you think you're falling while trying to fall asleep, or always have that feeling of needing to sneeze but it won't come out. 24/7.
Ugh, I'll take the vegetables thank you. Texture is very important to me when it comes to enjoying food so food smoothies sounds like an absolute nightmare. Also stop trying to make us all vegan tgags lol
Would you rather die in a plane crash or in a sinking ship.
That's an easy one, place crash without a doubt. That's much more likely to be quick and relatively painless, depending on the impact. If you plane hits hard, the impact should kill you right away. On a sinking ship, on the other hand, you'll drown, which is probably one of the worst ways to die. You're struggling, unable to breathe, until you finally die.
Would you rather get paid $1,000,000 a year to do something you despite, or $30,000 a year to do something you love?
Well considering I own a Nintendo Switch and I don't own a fancy gaming PC, I'd say I'd rather own the Nintendo Switch lol. Seems like I've already made that decision I don't really do any gaming on PC, and I love Smash Bros and Pokemon and Legend of Zelda, so the decision is pretty easy for me.
Would you rather put an innocent person in prison or let a guilty person go free?
I'd rather let a guilty person run free. It would suck to have them back in society, but we can always re-catch them and put them back in jail. An innocent person in jail would be far worse, as it's often difficult to get an appeal and I'd hate it for them to spend years in there for no reason. I've seen documentaries on this and it's always really depressing
That's tough for me, because I don't really like either of them lol. McDonald's has the best fries out of any fast food restaurant, but the rest of their food sucks. Burger King, on the other hand, is just bad all-around. So I guess I would choose McDonald's just for the french fries.
Would you rather have a job that is straightforward but physically exhausting, or one that is mentally exhausting but physically easy to do?
$2 a day for the rest of my life. If I got impatient and took the lump sum, not only am I afraid I'd just spend it instead of saving it, but I'm also shorting myself by a whole lot. Taking it in daily installments, I stand to make more than the lump sum in the first three years.
Would you rather have no indoor plumbing for the rest of your life and have internet access, or have no internet access for the rest of your life and have indoor plumbing?