Hey guys, I'm late to the party. I just finished watching The Office and something from an episode caught my attention. To avoid spoilers for those who haven't watched it I'll just put it in spoiler tags and vaguely word it out and please don't read what he actually did before thinking about it in your own shoes first to avoid bias. I want to know your true intentions. Spoiler Basically the premise that sparked my interest was that there was this one guy who literally lost everything and was about to go broke and had the option of either selling his extremely treasured heirloom to avoid bankruptcy entirely or sell everything else but keep the heirloom as a stopgap solution that would last him at best 6 months until he somehow finds a way to pay off the excess but it's highly unlikely. What the guy actually did Sold his heirloom So my question is, given the basic premise and understanding that those are your only two options, Would you sell your prized heirloom or keep it but go into limbo?