There's nothing more enlivening than debating the great topics of the day, like "isolationism vs nation building", or "regulation vs unfettered free market", or "your mom releases a LeBron sex tape vs your mom vows to kill you with a kitchen knife". Providing a forum to argue the latter, Terrible Choices.
From Big D serial website-ists Popular Nobodies, Terrible's ever-expanding lineup of agonizing would-you-rather-style questions all encourage hearty online back-and-forth, hopefully inspiring enough comments to reach some deep truths/bury that guy who's totally amazed at the great deal he got on that laptop. Questions range from brutal conundrums (you're either the child of Hitler, or Stalin; you're forced to listen to only Nickelback/Creed for all eternity), to perversely bizarre scenarios like "every time you orgasm, a dolphin is killed/you have to take care of another cat" -- though if you're the type who'd pick B, you probably wouldn't put much of a dent in the dolphin population anyway. Being new, the debates still need stoking, with some users offering value ("world series: fastball to the face vs you miss the grounder and cost your team the win" prompts one user's observation that the $300K win share's "more than enough to get over a fastball to the dome"), and some not so much (decision: "martyred in the manner of St. Bartholomew vs St. John the Baptist"; position: "this one requires research").
If you've got a burning choice raging in your head, you're free to submit it to the site -- regardless, if there's one thing to take away from all this, it's that life is precious, so when in doubt, go Delonte West, young man.