If you had to loose one of your fingers on your left hand, which one would you choose and why?
Now we're talking 'all the way to the hand' nub action. The jist of the question is to rank your fingers and to consider the rationale you use to do so.
I would have to say my ring finger. Everyone knows that the thumb is the most important finger, so there is no way I would sacrifice that one. I am constantly using my index finger to grip and point to things. My middle finger, well, my hand just wouldn't look right without it. Plus, I do use it occasionally if you know what I mean. My little finger...well, I love my little finger. Plus, a lot of different hand gestures require this finger. So I would chose my ring finger. I guess I couldn't get married, but I could still fall in love. You don't need documents to tie two people together if they really love each other.
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