One fish, two fish OR red fish, blue fish?
You might ask, “What does that even mean?”
After staring at the question for a while because let’s face it -- this takes nonsensical to a whole new level -- I believe it comes down to two basic arguments: Three fish of an unspecified color (one fish + two fish = three fishes, but we have no idea what color they are) OR two fish that are, respectively, red and blue?
It’s okay; you can read that again…
So which matters more? Quantity paired with ambiguity? Or color wrapped in certainty? And YES, I get it, Dr. Seuss meant that one fish was red, and the other was blue (everyone knows that!), BUT that’s not how I posed the question: One fish, two fish OR red fish, blue fish?
OMG ~ what are we even talking about right now!?!?
I can’t even…
Red fish, blue fish by a landslide! :-)
(But be sure to register your vote or post your own nonsensical question/suggestions in the comments below. Who knows? I might just run with it. :-))
Please tune in next week for another utterly-mindless, nonsensical question!
Disclaimer: I really am a thoughtful, contemplative, fairly educated person. :-) I have a BA in Psychology and an MA in Nonprofit Management, and I write a wicked, dark, edgy, action-packed story...but I just don't have time to blog. Oh, and I will interrupt this mindless nonsense (from time to time) to post about new releases, upcoming books, videos, contests, or other various teasers...just so you know. :-)