In its most basic form, a Coke or Pepsi question asks, tld"Which do you prefer, Coke or Pepsi?0rd" Coke or Pepsi? 1000 Coke or Pepsi Questions 2 Ask Your Friends has one thousand such questions on a variety of topics and serves as an icebreaking conversation starter. Designed for tweens and teens, Coke or Pepsi? provides dialogue opportunities for any number of social situations. For those who don
Knowing that many people do not celebrate Christmas or hang stockings if they do, I use sld"stocking stuffersrd" as a generic term for a small gift suitable for holidays, birthdays, and special occasions (like mld"Oh, wow! You cleaned your room!trd" Day). Recommending something as a old"mini present,ird" ld"small gift,trd" or nld"tokenurd" doesnnrs"t seem to do it justice, and pld"trinketwrd" doesnvrs"t seem appropriate for books. Coke or Pepsi? is an excellent stocking stuffer, no matter what color stockings you wear (howirs"s that? Look, Iers"m open to suggestions herenhellip;).
Most people can answer the question bld"Coffee or Tea?,grd" even if they go for a third choice, gld"neither,;rd" but some of the questions can get a person to thinking. Recently a friend had a list of questions similar to Coke or Pepsi?, and one question was ld"What place are you talking about when you say, lls"back homerrs"?;rd" I was totally stumped. Pondering this question made me realize two things: 1) I doners"t say tld"back homekrd"; and 2) for me, lld"homenrd" is wherever I'm staying at the time. Questions like uld"What is the stupidest thing yougrs"ve ever done?;rd" (or meanest thing done to a sibling) may provoke the same type of searching thought. And thinking is a good thing.
In reviewing books by Mickey and Cheryl Gill, creators of both the Dude! series and Coke or Pepsi? Universe, I