This question about your local pub might make you never return to it
We're very interested to hear your answers.
Ah, the local pub. A cornerstone of your social life and a haven for those that want a brief respite from the rat race that is modern life.
While we're not advocating too many visits down to your local boozer, there's no denying the allure of a decent pint, good company and a bit of grub. It's one of the simple pleasures that's left in life.
While some people might prefer to decompress with a trip to the gym or cinema, we're firm believers that a visit to your local pub is good for the soul.
This being said, there are always pros and cons when it comes to making that decision to have a few pints.
Do I have the cash? Are my mates heading out? Is it going to be wedged? You know the drill.
Well, one Twitter user by the name of Fright Creepley has asked a question that nobody ever thought about when it comes to visiting your local - could you survive a visit to your local pub if you had to fight the thing it was named after?
For example, would you have a pint in Moe's if it meant fighting Moe Szyslak.
In what's a fine display of the Internet being great, some of these answers are very funny.
Could you survive a visit to your local pub if you had to fight the thing it was named after?
— Regular Frog (@FrogCroakley) October 24, 2017
We'll just leave this here.
Some pubs would make you feel really guilty.
There's a pub on our road called the Blind Busker, so in theory yes, but I'd feel pretty bad about it.
— Kirsten Amy (@kirstofcomms) October 24, 2017
Never mess with a trade union.
Would you be prepared to engage in some animal cruelty for a pint?
Fancy squaring-off against a biblical character?
Magdalen Arms - so fighting just the arms of Mary Magdalene. Guess it depends on her boxing expertise, and condition of arms after 2k years.
— No Score Draws (Sian & Alex) (@CheapPanini) October 24, 2017
Is this even possible?
I'd have to fight The Auld Triangle. I honestly have no idea how that would go.
— ~ (@daniel_barker) October 24, 2017
We would genuinely pay to see this fight.
The Lord Nelson - No if it was a naval engagement, yes if it was arm wrestling
— Richard (Trenholm) Knightwell (@RichKnightwell) October 24, 2017
You know nothing.
My nearest pub is the John Snow. So could go either way. pic.twitter.com/tU5Nte36JM
— Claire Nelson (@clairenelson) October 24, 2017