Would you enjoy cannibalism?
What's your opinion on all-gender washrooms? And on an open-door policy?
Would you do your mother-in-law/ father-in-law? What ethical reasons could you cite to explain your decision?
Imagine you're in a comatose state, you give no signs of intelligence, but you hear and understand everything. How would you feel if your loved ones discussed right in front of you the possibility of disengaging life-support?
You are in a foreign city with no local language skills. Would you steal food if you fatally can't find your way back to your hotel? How would you sustain yourself in a land where you had absolutely no social support, no job, no money, and no mobile telephone / computer?
Your wife/husband and your daugther/son fell into the crocodile pit at the zoo. You have only enough time to haul one out with the length of rope you wear around your waist, exactly for the opportunitiy to use it at occasions such as this. Would you go to the cafeteria to chat up the waitresses, or make a random telephone call to anyone in Zimbabwe, or would you pull one up with your rope?
You are on death row. The warden grant you a choice of having a last meal, or else having an exciting enough (but not totally) partner for your last sex. Or else you could see your spouse / priest / Chinese launderer from the corner for the last time. Which option would you choose? Or join a C++ developer's meetup group for the last few hours of your life.
I often think of stellarly successful celebrities... what they do for fun after they retire?
What do you think would it take to convince Americans that they have the right to eat and listen to their iPods even if they don't work? That idleness is a virtue, not a sign of laze?
Sweat the small stuff... because then the big stuff will take care of itself.