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  • A big fish in a small pond

    7 16.67%
  • A small fish in a big pond

    17 40.48%
  • An averaged-sized fish in a pond of adequate dimensions

    10 23.81%
  • The pond

    8 19.05%
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    I think that I'm 4, that is actually a 2, that wants to be a 3. But I grew up as a 1.

    My handle follows a similar analogy; sighing at the busy bees.
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    I voted "The pond"

    Because of many reason.
    Some of them are.

    1. All of fishes need pond to survive but pond does not need fish to survive.

    2. Pond is the system of higher level so it has bigger size and complexity.

    3. It has no personality,body,parents or standard shape and size.

    4. Fish dies with time but pond lasts much longer. Even if it is dryed out it can be "resurrected" by rain few centurys after.


    I took the option as "Do you want to be omnipresent?"

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    I voted the pond. I don't want to be a part of any system. I simply want to make a new system.
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    id be a small fish in a pond

    only because other fish underestimate me
    and its always fun when people do that

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    A big fish in a small pond. Bigger pond implies more people up in my grill all the time. I lived in New York City for a while and hated it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    An averaged-sized fish in a pond of adequate dimensions.

    Reason? Seems like there'd be more options.
    Seconded.

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    I was going to say the little fish but then i realized saying little probably meant in comparison to the other fish. I don't want to get eaten or bullied. :/

    So I went with the average fish, average gives me plenty of space to explore with less danger.

    And dude, big fish never have any friends.

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    Where's the 'penguin' option?

    I hear fish are tasty.


    Honestly though, big fish, little pond here. The other fish tend to leave you alone to do your own thing, I dig that.

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