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If I had to choose between shopping and blogging, __________ would win.

Last week I posed a question about choosing between coffee and blogging. Most of you said blogging would win. In fact, I even said blogging would handedly win over blogging for me. So, I decided to up the ante this week. If you had to choose between shopping and blogging, __________ would win.

Now, this is a little bit harder for me. I do enjoy shopping -- a lot. But, if I had to choose, I think blogging would win again, but just barely? What about you?

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Blogging again! (I'm not a huge shopper anymore.)
Blogging would win for sure. I am not much for shopping. :)
that is an impossible choice but shopping would win for me. I love shopping too much!
If I've got the money to spend? Shopping! No question about it!
I rarely shop, so definitely blogging!
Um, this is a trick question right?

BLOGGING. Always BLOGGING. I live, eat and breathe BLOGGING.
Was I clear?
Shopping!!!
Blogging - I enjoy shopping but blogging is virtually free and shopping can cause problems with the checking account!
Blogging would win for me, but if I earned more money doing it it might shift slightly to shopping! :)
I would chose blogging because we can't really afford the luxury of shopping (have to stick with a budget). Plus I love to write. It's a passion of mine, so blogging is perfect for me.

Kimberly
OMG - are you serious? Blogging.
Hmmm I love both so this is a hard one. I guess if I am good financially than shopping, and if I'm low on money than blogging for sure! But can I keep doing both LOL

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