This question right here is why I haven't answered in a while because I knew this was going to be a doozy of an answer (though not bread levels of doozy).
I hate holes in my socks. Most often they form where my big toe is and then my big toe is sticking out and I cannot handle that weird feeling. If I have two socks where the hole is on the same side, I will separate them and try to find other socks with no holes or at least a hole on the opposite side. That way, I can put the holes to the outside where they won't cause problems because my little toe isn't going to stick through the hole. However, there's also the socks that get holes at the heal and that's even worse than big toe-hole socks. Those ones don't even get matched with other socks. I just throw those suckers away. However, I always have to throw away a complete pair to make sure I always have an even number of socks and not have a lone sock with no mate. First I'll see if I have any other heel-hole socks to throw it away with. If there isn't any, I'll check to see if there's a sock that has a big toe-hole formed on both sides. If I don't have another sock ready to be thrown away with it, I'll put the sock in a reserve pile until another one bites the dust. As of just recently, my white tube socks have become an endangered species and are on the verge of extinction. I'm giving a different length of socks a try and while there's definitely still some adjusting I have to do, it hasn't been too bad so far.
Glad you asked?
No, it's like saying I'm not allowed to eat the pizza unless I've already eaten it.
I mean, I sit on it while I'm at the computer regardless of what I'm doing. I don't really remember why it's like to sit on a chair for the podcast anymore.
I do need to get a proper office chair once I can actually afford one though.
I'll take option 4: whatever abomination of a city Jack Stone is from.
The RPG is (hopefully) being frankenstein'ed into something different and new that the community has actually been wanting for a while now. (i.e. not actually an RPG)