Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Your Turn

Is it the journey getting there or the destination itself which you enjoy more?

24 comments:

Thorne said...

If we're being literal, the destination.
If we're being figurative, the journey is more fun.

Do Tell said...

I love going on vacation and going to concerts, but the anticipation of going to a vacation spot or looking forward to an upcoming show by someone I really enjoy is nearly as good. It's almost a tossup.

sandybrook said...

Probably the journey because more often than not the destination was a letdown.

GeeWallyThatWouldBeWrong said...

How many more miles?!

ticklefritters said...

The journey is for the birds as far as i'm concerned. It'd be better to be at the destination right about now.

Unknown said...

The journey, always the journey. You have to watch your step to see where you’re going.

Guesser said...

If this is meant literally,the destination. I always wish I could just be there. I get anxiety, rather than having high hopes. On the plus side,I usually end up enjoying the destination.

japcap said...

opening the door into the hotel room & putting all the free tea & coffee in suitcase.

Cuddlebutt said...

Destination, for sure.

Liz Pop said...

Destination. Especially when air travel is involved. I just want to get there and not be stuck in an airport! :)

Sarah Vinje said...

Either to be determined only in hindsight

notthisagain said...

Im looking forward to dying, tbh. depression sucks.

Gatorgirl said...

Always the destination. I fly standby and it's stressful as hell not knowing if I'm getting on the flight until the last minute. Once the cabin doors are shut, it's all vacation mode

DDonna Tarttty said...

It depends upon the journey and the destination.

Count Jerkula said...

It is the vacation hotel sex.

HeatherBee said...

@notthisagain- I’m sorry, it does suck. I don’t know you, but I’m rooting for ya. Not to die or anything, but to have a good day or something. May you hit every green light next time you’re driving!

AwkwardTurtle said...

Since I drive more than fly, I will say the journey because I have to enjoy it so the traveling doesn't tick me off.

Brayson87 said...

I think once they put all of us in the cold dark ground or the cremation flames, whatever's your pleasure, we'll probably all say the journey.

In general though it's whichever one sucks less.

Sarton Bander said...

A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.

Lao Tzu

Hortensia said...

In an airplane seat with 10 across? Are you kidding???

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I like train rides...

πŸš… But only if it’s a Shinkansen. 🀷🏻‍♀️

SAYONARA, BABY! 🍾πŸ₯‚πŸ›©⛅️✨

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Dear Lao Tzu: If you don’t plan and book in advance, you get terrible rates. WTF is wrong with you?! πŸ’Έ

Namaste, you trust-fund baby. ✌🏼

Blacksmith said...

The journey!

GentleBreeze said...

Love driving, stopping at cool looking places en-route to destination. It's about a 9 hr drive to visit my daughter and grands in S. Carolina, I stop in Jax overnight on the way up. (Fabulous mall St. John's Town Center.)Love both that destination and journey.

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