Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
Heaven can wait...
Someplace with cheeseburgers...
"I gotta to fly to St. Somewhere"
-"Boat Drinks" by Jimmy Buffett
Malta and Gozo. For my honeymoon. And I can't freaking wait.
New Zealand or Tasmania.
Driving to Alaska for a month.
a tropical, bug free, paradise with 70 degree year-round weather, filled with std-free love baby!
Crazy. Thanks for the earworm.
Wind! Tornado! Hide! !!! Eddie Money....see what you started ??!!!???
Really ? A travel agent......
That was a good Geicko commercial
Turks & Caicos for my honeymoon! w00t!
Um, you have the tickets, you tell me, I'm just glad that you are inviting me.
Two tickets to Paradise? Oh, I thought the sick man said he had "Two chickens to Paralyze!"
We are repeating polls now?
The US Northwest (Portland, Seattle)... in 6 weeks for my honeymoon!
Pack your bags we'll leave tonight.
Somewhere where drivers drive to the right and pass on the left.
Going to Thailand, Baby!
Somewhere they don't play those stupid and misleading GEICO commercials on television.
Nirvana...After a flaming boat ride with one of my slave girls.
chrisrawlings11 wrote:Someplace with cheeseburgers...
We are going backpacking.
Where the gadgets come out 6 months before everyone else gets it, or cars commonly found in the U.S. are referred to with a different name and have the wheel on the right!
Uh, Paradise? Maybe?
Actually had that song stuck in my head earlier today!
echardcore wrote:Somewhere where drivers drive to the right and pass on the left.
Ah, you'll be wanting England then.
(Irony very much intended)
Don't need no ticket to Paradise. I can just hop on Rte. 30 (The Lincoln Highway) in Philly and head to Pennsylvania Dutch country an hour away. Paradise, PA sits right on the Highway, a couple of miles from Bird In Hand, Blue Ball, and Intercourse, PA.
Not much to see there, so I can just keep on going on that same road (one of the the first transcontinental highways--it turns 100 this year) all the way to San Francisco. That's paradise.
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