Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Which is worse?

Watching a trainwreck...or being a trainwreck?

Discuss.

8 Comments:

Blogger GayProf said...

Are we talking about real trains here? Or is this a metaphorical trainwreck? Like, you know, Anna Nicole Simpson’s trainwreck of a life?

12:45 PM  
Blogger MEK the Bear said...

Metaporically, being a trainwreck is much worse, literal to metaphorical (I'm assuming since I don't think I can morph into an actual train like a Transformer, at least the last time I tried I couldn't) then watching one is much worse.

3:52 PM  
Blogger David said...

Assuming the metaphorical here, I would say being the trainwreck is worse. You can always close your eyes or turn away if you are watching. And while there is a certain risk in watching that you may get struck by some of the "debris," you are 100% guaranteed to be damaged from your own trainwreck.

3:55 PM  
Blogger Earl Cootie said...

But from what I've seen, it's not often that trainwrecks recognize their own twisted rails and jack-knifed sleeper cars. They tend to remain blissfully ignorant of the destruction and mayhem in their wake. So color me undecided.

9:14 PM  
Blogger Big Daddy said...

I would say, being a trainwreck. You would know. You have seen me in action in public.

Tears were shred. Babies were scared.

It's not pretty.

10:04 PM  
Blogger Da Nator said...

I like choo-choos.

3:47 PM  
Blogger farmboyz said...

Ah've always said it's better to live in the ugliest house on the block than to live across from it and havetah look at it.

11:31 PM  
Anonymous Goose said...

Being a train wreck is definately worse. Watching a train wreck can end by looking elsewhere. Being a train wreck is a daily torment you can only let it stop and try to clear the wreckage one piece at a time.

1:54 AM  

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