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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Whimsical Wednesday # 302

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.


Which would you choose? Bacon or youth?
 

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    1. Grace; I see you think like I do. I rarely eat bacon, but I'd love more time to walk on the beaches.

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  2. Youth. Bacon is not all that good for you ...

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    1. Sharon; that's true although it is rather yummy when you're in the right mood for it.

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  3. Doc says I can't have bacon now, but if I choose youth maybe I can then.

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    1. Jimmy; if you choose youth and stay away from the bacon, perhaps things will turn out differently for you. You may not have that stroke, but probably still meet Cindi.

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  4. Bacon, if youth means going back to either of my first wives.

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    1. joeh; that's a tough decision. I'd want youth, but going through those marriages again isn't appealing.

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    1. Joanne; I really hope I don't ever come to that particular crossroad, but I know I'd choose youth.

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  6. Tough choice. I'll go with youth...you can always buy bacon.

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    1. only slightly confused; you're with most of us then, youth over bacon.

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  7. bacon tears me up so I have to go for youth

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    1. Granny Annie; youth is a good choice.

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  8. While I like bacon, I am going left too.

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    1. Andrew; seems like most of us want another go at life.

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  9. I think (now) I would choose bacon. At one time, I did choose youth but it's too lonely now without everyone else.

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    1. Belva; but you could make new friends.

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    2. I do, I did but there is always somewhat of a generational gap. Actually, I think my dog is my best friend. Ha ha She is right here beside me.

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  10. Can I ask for a third direction? I don't eat bacon, and my youth had some problems I don't want to revisit. Perhaps I can just sit down and wait for you all to catch up with me again.

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    1. Elephant's Child; middle of the road? Third spike on the trident? Be interesting to see where that goes :)

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  11. How about bacon to eat while following the path of youth!!!

    All the best Jan

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    1. Lowcarb team member; I think with youth you'd get all the things that were available, so there'd possibly be bacon.

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  12. I choose youth, but only if I can have the knowledge of my older years. Bacon really doesn't appeal to me!

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    1. jenny_o; I'd definitely want the knowledge of my older years to stay with me, otherwise it would just be a rerun of earlier mistakes.

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  13. Gotta go for the youth! It would be nice to have new knees again. Bacon? I can take it or leave it. If I'm too late to compete with the crowd at the youth fountain, I'll hobble over to bacon, though.

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    1. Val; I'm a take it or leave it person with bacon and mostly leave it, but I'd like to sip at the fountain of youth if I could also keep what I know now.

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  14. Like bacon - perhaps I could slip myself in two - the 'youth' wouldn't work, or would it!

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    1. Margaret-whiteangel; no one really knows, so if you doo choose youth, come back and let us know how that worked out.

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  15. This is a tough one. I love bacon and have been denied it for years. Probably go for the bacon and just take my chances. I've had a good life:))

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I don't love bacon, I eat it maybe once a year, and my life has been pretty good too, ignoring the odd rough patch, but if I could go back, with what I know now and do things just a little differently, I think I'd give that a go.

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  16. The fountain of youth...it's a no brainer.

    I eat very, very little bacon....very rarely.

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  17. Lee; you're as one with the rest of us, except joeh who opted for the bacon. I also eat very little bacon. I like it, but find it doesn't digest as easily and cleaning up the spatter mess from frying, just makes bacon not worth the trouble.

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