Good things come in fifths, at least when it comes to alcohol.
Dates? Not so much. July fifth is nowhere near as exciting as its predecessor.
The fifth amendment is certainly a good one. That’s the one that defends our right to super size our value meals, I think.
The fifth slot gets the golden rings in that horrible Christmas song.
Why is five such a magic number? I don’t know, probably because of our fingers. It’s certainly one of the easier multiplication tables for kids to learn.
Anyway, Choose and Defend. In order to play you must follow two simple rules, not five: 1) Choose between one of the following choices; 2) Defend your choice in the comments section. Failure to follow these rules will result in 5 mandatory minutes alone in a room listening to Donald Trump’s plan to save the world. Would you rather:
– Be present for the creation of Beethoven’s fifth symphony?
– Be the fifth Beatle?
Answers must fit on a 5×7 card, and come on people: Let’s make Laura B. proud.
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