Every Friday I’m going to ask a question. The questions I choose might be ambiguous on purpose. The goal is to have you answer the question according to your beliefs, where you’re at in life or a circumstance that might have recently impacted you. The only thing I ask is that you provide an explanation for why you answered the way you did.
It’s my hope to understand you better through this and also to gain a greater understanding of humanity and how people make decisions.
Benjamin Button or Big?
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Ooo, tough one. I grew up with Big, so I have a special place in my heart for that movie. :)ReplyDelete
Ditto what Heidi said above. Tough one, but will have to go with Big.ReplyDelete
I never saw BB so definitely Big. :O)ReplyDelete
Like Diane, I never saw Benjamin Button, so I'll choose Big. :)ReplyDelete
Okay. I absolutely LOVE this question. It's like, so simple, but so deep.ReplyDelete
The old man who grows young. The young boy who turns old.
I'm more of a Benjamin Button gal myself. Don't want to wish a chunk of my life away, even if I think a certain "part" of it will be better than the current "part" I'm in now. There's no rush, you know? And I like that Benjamin got more youthful (which symbolizes energy and health) the older he got. That was a heart-breaking movie (in a good way).
I seem to live in the forever state of being a teen, so I'll have to go with Big. ;)ReplyDelete
Big. Definitely Big. Reason? HOnestly, Benjamin Button goes places that unnerve me. The whole life issue and relationships and losing relationship becuase of age and death and ... yeah ... I get emotional :( so I'll stick with laughter to cover my weaknesses.ReplyDelete
Benjamin Button--loved it and love the whole way it played out.ReplyDelete
Big, although it had some scenes I disliked.ReplyDelete
I have not seen BB. What is it about?
I'm going with BIG since I don't know who the other is.ReplyDelete
Ooo boy. Well, I can't really remember BIG - it was during the eighties right? :0) I loved Benjamin Button. There were a lot of really good themes in that movie and although it kind of freaked me out at times, I enjoyed it. But seriously, Brad Pitt as an old man did nothing for me. Nothing. Angelina I hope you know what you're in for if you stick around.ReplyDelete
I still haven't seen Benjamin Button yet, so I have to choose Big. But one day I'm going to have to see the other!ReplyDelete
Big! I didn't watch Benjamin Button. The commercials didn't do it for me. :)ReplyDelete
Benjamin Button goes so much deeper than Big. Big is all about fun; Button is about... about??? Life and love and lightning strikes. I loved them both but I think I have to go with Benjamin - I'm more likely to re-watch that one at least at this point in my life.ReplyDelete
I choose Big. And that's because I have no idea who Benjamin Button is. :)ReplyDelete
I've never seen Benjamin Button, so I'll have to say Big.ReplyDelete