Will You Press the Button? The Toughest Questions of All
“Will you press the button?” is a game about decisions. We’re going to give you some incredibly difficult and tempting poll questions, each of which has its pros and cons. Will you take the good with the bad or will you choose neither? And will you take the next step and create a poll of your own that will challenge your audience to press the button (or not to)?
Answer all the will you press the button questions at once or head down to answer 1 by 1.
You will achieve celebrity status, but none of the other celebrities will like you.
Lots of us regular folks often dream of being famous; we’d have nice houses, cars, and celebrity friends. But what if you could achieve all of that minus the friends? Would you be content with being famous and having the rest of the rich and famous not liking you? Will you press the button?
You can understand every language on Earth but cannot communicate with anyone.
How cool would it be to be able to understand everyone in the world? It’d be pretty awesome right? But what good is it if you wouldn’t be able to say anything back? Is the trade worth the cost? Will you press the button?
An hour of exercise will make you more beautiful but an hour of exercise will also make you considerably dumber.
The debate between beauty over brains has been one that has been going on for what seems like centuries. So, if you were given the decision, which one would you choose? Will you press the button?
You will have the ability to read minds but won’t be able to tell the difference between what you read in someone’s mind and what that person actually told you.
Sometimes things would just be easier if we could read each others’ minds. But not being able to know what they said and what they thought can open a can of worms you may not want to deal with. So, will you press the button? Will you press the button?
You will find your soulmate, but he or she will already be happily married with kids.
Is your happiness worth destroying a family? This may be one of the toughest decisions you’ll ever have to make. Will you walk away from love, or will you take someone else’s? Will you press the button?
You will get your dream house, car and job, but you will have to live your life with your least favorite ex.
Being happy is something that we all want. And because life isn’t perfect, there’s often a tradeoff that we have to make. What are you willing to trade for your dreams? Will you press the button?
You will get one superpower of your choosing, but every time you use that power, you will shorten your life.
Is using a superpower more important than your life itself? Oh, at first you’ll use a little here and a little there. But will your life be gone before you know it, or will you stay average if it means living longer?
You can make anyone fall in love with you, but their love will be obsessive.
It’s human nature to have crushes or to be attracted to people who don’t feel the same way. But what if you could get that one person you’ve always wanted? Oh, it’ll be real love at first, but then it may turn sour. Is it worth it?
You can correctly predict the outcome of any football match but if you tell anyone the star player will be injured.
How awesome would it be to be able to know who’d win every single football game? But telling someone can mean the end of someone’s career. Would you want the gift, or is it too dangerous?
Thinking about food makes you richer, but you will never get the food that you’re truly craving.
And for the last will you press the button question – Is being rich really worth not being able to satisfy a literal craving? Will the abundance of money make you forget all about the extra cheese pizza? Or would you rather eat said pizza every day and stay without the money?
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