Would you rather spend the night in a dark cemetery -OR- in a supposed haunted house?
Jen: Hmm. Well i don't want to be outside so much.
Sean: I was thinking i didn't want to be inside.
Jen: Really? Sleeping? Just for comfort's sake?
Sean: I guess I was thinking the house would be abandoned and full of bugs.
Jen: Yeah. I mean, can i sleep in a tent in the cemetery? Do i have to sleep in a haunted bed in the house?
Sean: I don't believe in haunting. But in a cemetery there could be meddling teenagers.
Jen: hahaa. I am kind of scared of teenagers. I think I'm going to say cemetery. I don't love them but, I dunno... you could find a nice patch of grass somewhere where there isn't a grave. It'd be like the park.
Sean: would it bother you knowing there are all those bodies buried in the ground?
Jen: Yeah, i mean it does, a little. Already. But, all i know is you can totally get creeped out being home alone at night in your own house. On the other hand, i've never been in a cemetery at night. I do know that i'm pretty good at scaring myself. This question is unanswerable.
[several minutes pass]
Sean: ...and i guess i'm assuming that the weather's not an issue. I'd always take physical comfort over physical discomfort given the same amount of psychological discomfort.
Jen: so...what are you saying?
Sean: I'm saying if i'm going to be feeling spooky either way, i'd rather be indoors.
Jen: that's a pretty good answer. and basically what i was saying at the very beginning.