Right or Wrong? Well everyone has their own opinion on a million things in life as to whether they are right or wrong. Why do I bring this subject up? Because a few of my friends and I have had our disagreements as to what is right or wrong lately.

And yes, I am someone who can be swayed if evidence has been verified that I am in the wrong. But I'm always right, so what does it matter? Just kidding. I'm all for debate. It keeps the brain active and sometimes we learn something we didn't know. Unless it's on social media sites. I've yet to see anyone convince another to change their mind on a social media site subject and comment...ever.

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So, for this article, here's an example of right or wrong - When picking up a slice of New York-style pizza, it is right or wrong to fold it before consuming it? Well, if you are a true New Yorker, the right answer is to fold the slice. Especially if it's oozing with oils ready to drip off that piping hot slice. You don't want to lose any of that. Plus, you won't burn the roof of your mouth, although I do prefer to do that anyway. For me, that's the sign of a fantastic pizza.

I came up with a few other right or wrong scenarios. Keep in mind, they are my opinion along with the help of a few reliable internet sites. And if you disagree with me, no problem. Let me know and I'll drop it in my 'Good to Know' cabinet. You know, the one that looks like a round metal pail with a big opening on top.

Is It Right Or Wrong?

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