|say if you had to choose.|
|You can do things with a woman you cant shouldn't do with a dog.|
|Both. I'm in a long term relationship and I continue to program. Granted, she doesn't understand it in the slightest but that's alright.|
|I choose programming and dogs. I love dogs, much easier/cheaper than woman, and their love doesn't vary by how much you spend on them.|
|You guys must be fun at parties; it's a hypothetical question.|
|it's a hypothetical question|
|You guys must be fun at parties|
|If you look carefully it actually says "women", plural. One can only assume that this means you possess all women.|
Glenn Quagmire: Would you have sex with Cleveland if it meant you could have sex with Angelina Jolie?
Peter Griffin: Uh... yeah, yeah, I'd probably do it.
Glenn Quagmire: Hang on, hang on... Missionary, and you have to look him in the eye. No closing your eyes and pretending it's somebody else. [Cleveland looks at Peter]
Peter Griffin: [pause] I think still yes.
Cleveland Brown: Thank you, Peter.
Glenn Quagmire: All right, here's another one. Who would you rather have sex with: a very pregnant Gina Gershon or Jenny McCarthy after a car accident?
Peter Griffin: W-wait, h-hang on, hang on. Look, you know-you know, I-I know this is a men's club, but why does it always have to be about sex? Like, okay, look-- h-how about this? How about this? Who would you rather start a small business with: Janet Reno after a safari, or the fat guy from My Name Is Earl?
Glenn Quagmire: That still sounds like a sex question.
Peter Griffin: It is not.
Glenn Quagmire: Well then, what the hell does "safari" have to do with it?
Cleveland Brown: What's the guy from Earl's credit rating?
Peter Griffin: 651.
Cleveland Brown: That's not bad.
Joe Swanson: Better than mine.
Cleveland Brown: Does he have an idea, or do I have to come up with it myself?
Peter Griffin: He's got an idea, but it's not quite there.
Glenn Quagmire: I'd have to give it to Janet Reno, 'cause I've always had this business plan for home delivery of prescription medications, and that--that seems like it's more her market.
case 1: coding == yes, women == yes, (coding || women) == yes case 2: coding == no, women == yes, (coding || women) == yes case 3: coding == yes, women == no, (coding || women) == yes case 4: coding == no, women == no, (coding || women) == no