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Would You Rather: Date an Alien or an Ancient Prince

The choice is YOURS!

Leave your opinions in the comments below!

Alien:

Super strong, but also gets horribly sick whenever he kisses you.
His sense of humor needs a little work, but he's really sweet!
He can't stay on Earth very long but he comes back as much as he can and sweeps you off your feet as usual.

Ancient Prince:

He's having a rough time adjusting to your century, but he's SO CUTE.
He speaks like your great grandpa and has old fashioned views on how the world works but he works hard every day to learn how to live in your world.
He is a time traveller caught between two times and you might have to convince him to choose you.
Personally, I would choose the ancient prince simply because I don't know if I could deal with the constant surprises and not knowing when he would be able to see me again.

Call me selfish, but my choice is still Yoochun!

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@jannatd93 You player! LOL!
this is really hard!! can I just have the ancient prince while my alien is away?
@IzzyPerkins The alien is from My Love from Another Star and the Prince is from Rooftop Prince :D both two of my favorite dramas!
i would pick the alien. i like spontaneity. the humor thing gets better with time and the more he goes the longer he stays the next time. and just cuz we can kiss doesn't mean we cant cuddle!
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