Okay... it's been a week, and nobody has risen to the challenge, so I'll do it 'cause there's two of them and I hate watching threads pine away and die...
WWYD if you were stuck inside for the entire weekend having to do homework, with a major deadline looming? The weather is great and the rest of your family is outside having a blast? (Not that I'm speaking from experience here...)
Um... probably ignore the deadline, go outside, and then end up frantically pulling an all-nighter to try and make up for it, and then turn in work that I'm sure that I could have done better. Yes, speaking from experience here. (Still remembering a major essay that I wrote in one fell swoop contrasting Faure's Requiem with Durufle's Requiem, with both works in question on a continuous loop on my CD player. I got through it in six hours just in time to watch the sun come up, and then had to drive to class to hand it in. I love both of these works but I couldn't listen to them for at least a year afterward!)
WWYD if you were absolutely sure a friend lied to you about a minor thing but they don't own up to it when challenged about it? Would you let it go or would it color your opinion of them?
It would definitely colour my opinion of the individual in question. I don't treat deception lightly and I have an absolutely pathological horror of lies. I would let the matter go on the face of it but I would never trust that person again.
WWYD if you developed the ability to see the future for other people (but not yourself)?