WWCD 000 ... ... ... THE RULES OF WWCD
Brad Pitt or Tom Cruise? George Clooney or Val Kilmer? Who would you do, WHO WOULD YOU DO?
Everybody's been in this situation before...you're at a cocktail party making the successful chit-chat you're famous for, you're showing both your cleavage and your IQ and you're really wowing the guys when two movie stars, say Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise come up to you and beg you to go home with them. They can only go home TONIGHT and they will never be able to offer this to you again. The catch? You can only take ONE of them up on it, and you'll never get to take the other one up. Who Would You Do? (Ever wonder what we do up there with not much to do? Now you know.)
As with all things in life except the WWF, there are rules you have to abide by.
-You must do one or the other, but you cannot do both.
-If you start the game, you must finish the game. You cannot pick and choose. You may become exhausted, and for many of you, choosing and doing more than one per night might be a first, but there is no stopping, no turining back. THIS MEANS YOU MUST MAKE A SELECTION FROM EACH SET, no matter how 'hard' (lol) the decision might be. Is that clear? Don't forget this when you get into the 800's and 900's.
-If there is more than one person per selection (ie, you get to choose Brad and Tom OR George Clooney and Val Kilmer) then you must do BOTH in the pair. You don't make a selection and then choose which of the pair you want. This rule will make sense as you go along.
-The Super Combo Challenge has additional rules, make sure you read and understand them.
FOR SIMPLICITY'S SAKE please try to make requests for WWYD or WWCD in the "Rules of WWYD" or "Rules of WWCD" threads. Of course conversations in the individual polls about how a different combo would be better fits in the individual poll, but for a quicker response/addition, make specific match-ups HERE.