to be or not to be?

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  • to be or not to be?


Answer #1 | 13/03 2008 17:22
to be
Positive: 38 %
Answer #2 | 13/03 2008 17:49
dont get it
Positive: 32 %
Answer #3 | 13/03 2008 17:54
that is the question. from Hamlet.
Positive: 12 %
Answer #4 | 13/03 2008 23:33
to be
Positive: 10 %
Answer #5 | 16/03 2008 18:36
i love that saying even though i do not understand it . it has so much meaning and significance which i think rocks. if i had to chose i would say to be .
Positive: 10 %

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