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Taco Bell or McDonald’s?

Have you ever found yourself faced with a difficult situation like this, where you really just don’t know which to pick? Wouldn’t it make your life so much easier if you could just simply compare your choices, side by side, to determine which suits you best? Well fret no more, as I’ve recently discovered is a website aimed a helping consumers (mainly) find what is best suited to fit their needs. But what exactly are the goods the site is trying to find the best of? Well really, it can be anything.

The way it works begins with a question; for example, what is the best drinking game (it’s one of the more popular searches on the site, surprisingly enough). After choosing the search, a grid comes up, and in each row is a game. There is a brief description of each game, the level of skill it requires, the number of players it involves, and so on, as to give a bit of information about the topic.

In each row there is a checkbox, where you would check so that you can compare the games that stand out to you. Up to 10 games can be selected. After choosing what you want to compare, you would then click the “compare” button, and a new grid will appear. In this grid, an in-depth comparison of everything you selected will appear, basically telling you everything you need to know about each game. Note that it doesn’t explicitly tell you that one is better than the other, but rather it lays all the information out for you to interpret what you find best.

It’s quite a nifty site, as you can compare hundreds of things on it, including colleges, Internet browsers, energy drinks, religion, and the list goes on and on. You can even share your results on Facebook and Twitter.

So, the next time you find yourself faced with a decision about the best choice, I would highly suggest referencing; it just wants to find the best, for you.

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