The “Strummer’s Wishbone” Simple Choice Spread

I have a fascination with complex spreads, but they are usually too large and elaborate for simple decision-making. I decided to create a two-pronged decision tree with only three cards in each chain: situation, choice and outcome, plus an optional “quintessence” card for each as advice. The title refers to the fact that, in 1981, Mick Jones and Joe Strummer of the English punk band The Clash wrote “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” with its refrain “If I go there will be trouble/And if I stay it will be double.” The spread is designed for both conflict situations and non-controversial choices.


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