If you’ve never played “Would you Rather” you were clearly never a bored teenager in a small town, a college kid doing Friday night school things or a lifestyle writer looking for pleasure content for her website… So, in case you do not understand, “Would you Rather” is a great icebreaker game that is as straightforward as it sounds: you’re presented two alternatives and you say which one you’d rather.
Well, as the brand new kids on the block here at WJLA, we determined it would be the right method to become familiar with our co-workers better, so we played D.C.-fashion Would you Rather questions with Leon Harris, Larry Smith, Autria Godfrey, Melanie Hastings, Eileen Whelan and Brian van de Graaff. View all of the questions we asked below and view the video above to observe the method by which the enjoyment played out.
Would you rather…?
- Eat at Chopt or Sweetgreen every day to get a month?
- End your night at Ben’s Chili Bowl or Jumbo Slice?
- Wait two hours in line for dinner at Rose’s luxury or 45 minutes in line to get a lobster roll from Red Hook’s food truck?
- Get a complimentary cupcake every day from Georgetown Cupcake or a totally free doughnut once weekly from District Doughnut?
- Participate in the drum circle in Meridian Hill Park or perform at Jazz in the Garden?
- View the fireworks show in the National Mall or a friend’s rooftop?
- Have season tickets to the Redskins or lifetime tickets to the Wizards?
- Be a racing president to get a day or dancing using the Red Rockers?
- Get stuck on the red line regular for 10 minutes or only ever be capable of taking the green line?
- Have a DC Brau together with the German ambassador or a glass of Chardonnay with the French ambassador?
- Play one on one with Kevin Durant or co-star with Samuel L. Jackson in Snakes on a Plane 2?
- Get your salsa on at El Centro or foxtrot it upward at Chevy Chase Ballroom?
- Sweat it out in quest of Michelle Obama arms at Solidcore or tuck the right path towards a ballerina bod at Fly Barre?
- Live in a 1,000-square-foot apartment in DuPont Circle or a 3,500-square-foot house in Great Falls?