Table Topics Family 63 #125-126


1. Would you rather lose or never play?

2. What’s the most important right a person has?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. That would depend on the situation, generally I’d rather lose.

2. I’d say that “rights” don’t really exist and are just the ideas of people, so in that frame of mind whatever an individual thought was most important would be the most important.

Table Topics Family 48 #95-96


1. If you could visit any place on earth for one week where would you go?

2. Would you rather be an only child or have 10 siblings?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I wouldn’t, I really don’t like traveling, and I don’t care about what place in the world I see. I know I’m in the minority there, so if I could give that opportunity to someone else I would.

2. That’s a really hard one. And would depend on whether the income of my family rose to match the increased demand. If that were the case, and my siblings were respectful of my things, I might prefer the latter. But if either of those things weren’t the case, I wouldn’t.

Table Topics Family 38 #75-76


1. Would you rather live for a week in the past or the future?

2. What would be the best and worst things about having a twin?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I would rather not in either time, the present is fine, I guess I might prefer the past, but I really can’t say. I don’t really want to do that.

2. Being confused with one another.

Table Topics Family 3 #5-6


1. Which wild animal would you like to tame and keep as a pet?

2. Would you rather be funnier, smarter, or more athletic?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I’m not sure I’d like any, but I guess having an eagle would be quite cool.

2. At the moment I’d like to be all of them, but I’d say smarter if I have to pick, I want my brain to explode from intelligence.