Every morning at 8:10am, Gwen and I face-off on a new topic, and we're always on opposite sides. The question is--who's side are YOU on? Could be about anything--so far it's been about things like Favorite Chips and whether or not they belong on a sandwich, Whether or not Pets belong in Bed with you at night, and so much more! Sound off in the comments section below and tell us YOUR opinion, and who you think presented their side of the argument the best.

Today it's all about when you go out to breakfast, lunch or dinner and you have someone with you... Whether it's a spouse, family member, child, friend, or a date--do you split the bill or take turns paying? I think it's mostly circumstantial depending on who's with you. If it's a date--then by all means the person who asked for the date should pay. If it's your family (including spouse and children) that's also a no-brainer. So this question mainly pertains to going to a meal out with a friend. I typically do the 'take turns paying' thing. It's just easier and since you know you'll be hanging out again, it's nice to take care of each other. If it's someone you barely know and you're not sure you'll be hanging out again--split it. But Gwen and I are in agreement on this one so the debate was more with anyone in the Permian listening who is a 'splitter' rather than a "take turns" person.

So now it's YOUR turn--Where do YOU land on the subject? Drop us a note in the comments below and we shall see who wins this great debate!

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