Thursday Throw Down :] (4)

Thursday Throw Down is an original feature created here at booklife4life. I created this feature because it seems with everything book related, there's always two ways to see it :)

Each week I will provide two "contenders" and you will decide the winner :) Write a post supporting your choice and link it back to here and add yourself to the Link-In so everyone can see! If you don't have time to create a post, just place your vote in the comment section! :)

I will "tally" up the votes and announce the winner along with a randomly selected blog post supporting that winner on the following TTD. 

In Corner #1 We Have...
Team Will!

In Corner #2 We Have...
Team Jem!

Who would you rather see Tessa with??
You can either leave your pick in the comments, or create a post on your blog and link it back!  
Trish from Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! had this to say...
I am a little torn on this. I love the idea of all the comforts and modern amenities of the Capital. But I don't think I could stand living with the people who live in the Capital. They are all so vain and self-centered. I don't even dry my hair in the morning and I wear very little makeup. I am most comfortable in jeans and a t-shirt (if sweatpants aren't an option anyway). While I appreciate the glamour of the Capital, I just don't think I would fit in.
District 12 appeals to me on the level of comfy clothes, a close knit community and better values. Then again, the people in District 12 are so poor and have NO amenities. Except for the houses in the Victor's Village.
So, I think I will go with District 12, as long as I have one of those very comfortable houses in the Victor's Village (along with the comforts they provide). And, as long as we weren't starving. ;)

Thank you for your reply :D
I agree, the capital has it's advantages but i'm more of an outdoors, smell the fresh air kind of gal, and i would love to just take walks in the forest every day. Plus i owe zero things of makeup and rock a pony tail most day :) 

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