If you found yourself abandoned on a deserted island, and you could summon a character from Sesame Streetwho would it be
It looks like an innocent question, but it has had an intense turn when it was asked by the popular children's program on Twitter.
Sesame Street& # 39; S The social media team put forward the hypothesis: "You are stuck on a desert island and you can choose one of these friends from Sesame Street to come with you, who are you gathering and why?" and presented the choices of Grover, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and Elmo.
Many took to the stage to defend their favorite, including director Joss Whedon and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, staging an intense logic for their chosen island partner, starting from # 39; a perpetually enthusiastic friend of all, Elmo.
Elmo is the only choice.
Grover: too anxious
Cookie Monster: it would pass through the collection of cookies and who also knows what its sober personality is
Oscar: who chooses Oscar should be on a watchlist https://t.co/dmKLvZszKg
– Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) March 18, 2019
Helmet. His absence would have hurt the final result of the show more and then the big boys would have sent the biggest search party for him (and I hope there would be a place for me on the chopper back to civilization). https://t.co/jOPRMBBpWY
– Ken Davidoff (@KenDavidoff) March 18, 2019
Some preferred to hang out with the biggest quack around.
Oscar is obviously the most rational and real of the Muppets and approaches the situation with the seriousness he deserves. Cookie Monster is unbalanced. Elmo brings nothing to the table and is annoying. Don't get me started on Grover.https: //t.co/rkOkmi5wYv
– andrew kaczynski (@KFILE) March 18, 2019
Grover and Elmo are both exhausting. Cookie Monster would be fun, but it would be a drain on valuable resources. I have to go with Oscar, not only by default, but because he is both a strong conservative and a captivating conversationalist. https://t.co/EfJMux5vGL
– Benjamin Freed (@brfreed) March 18, 2019
Even if you all know who could inhale the food that you both can collect on the island, Cookie Monster has had some strong, even if macabre supporters.
This is 100% of Cookie Monster.
Elmo is too loud.
I don't need Oscar's negativity in my life.
If the worst comes to the worst, Cookie Monster is eating better. https://t.co/emBJTNTniV
– Justin Kirkland (@ justinkirkland4) March 18, 2019
But Team Grover really came to the plate, with a significant amount of people tied to the island who chose to bring the lovely blue monster with them.
Have you ever heard of Super Grover, idiots? Get things done. The planes will see it in its Roman cloak and helmet or whatever it was. IS ENTERED. He would certainly do all the cooking. It will also provide a good amount of food when you kill / eat, not as lean #Helmet https://t.co/bEutULhpoe
– Joss Whedon (@joss) March 18, 2019
Grover and it's not even close.
Elmo, God loves him, would become super annoying QUICKLY putting too many questions. The biscuit's blood sugar drops, becomes angry, and is a wrap. Oscar would complain all the time and wouldn't lift a finger to help. This is science. https://t.co/vm4xUmrXUL
– April (@ReignOfApril) March 18, 2019
I had trouble choosing between Elmo and Grover … but I should go with Grover.
The guy has a lot of work over the past 50 years, so he has a lot of experience on how to survive on a desert island.
– Baby Lamb (@ BabyLamb5) March 18, 2019
Oscar is tempting because his basket would be full of useful rubbish to get off, but he might not lend it out of spite. Grover has a can-do attitude and will not eat our raft. So … Grover.
– Christine Whitlock, EdM (@StineWhitlock) March 18, 2019
Even a smug Grover weighed.
To be clear, I'm too cute and adorable to get stuck on a desert island.
– Grover (@Grover) March 18, 2019
C & # 39 was a furry friend you forgot, who lives far from Sesame Street but deserves consideration.
While we're all here, Gritty is a worker.
– Charlie Lynch (@wartortlynch) March 18, 2019
Oh, do it Two forgotten furry friends.
Who would you choose?