Dear Dal Pal,
There are so many. I'm going to just list a bunch that I love and then narrow it down. Maybe.
Frere's bed making. I mean, look at the Pikachus!
Sheeb's Fish vs. Bugs. I just love it.
The Book of Adelaide, Chapter 1. I was a probie at the time so I felt like I was getting some stage time when she wrote this.
TEN's more than 10 reasons why video games are beneficial. It just fills my soul with joy.
Tally's new hymns. Because music is great.
Tally's and Vienna's scale of attractiveness according to scents. Not going to lie, I've referred to this several times.
Tally's Guide to Cheap College Eating. Every freshman should get a copy of this. And every college student. And every adult, basically.
M.O.D.A.Q.'s very original story. It inspires me to be a better writer.
Vienna's list of stuff to do in Provo. If you're bored over the summer and don't know what to do, just check the list.
Beds on campus. We all need them.
Haleakala's self-debate concerning immigration. It's so informative and you feel like Haleakalabama could convince you of either side of the debate.
I still can't get over Auto Surf's Cabbage bra poem.
I don't even know how yayfulness made the maps in finding the furthest location in the US from a Temple but it was amazing.
Concorde's HUGE answer about the Harry Potter world without Harry Potter. Did you know that answer has 12455 words? Or that it takes up 21 pages in a regular Word document in 11 point font with double spaces between paragraphs and single space inside paragraphs? I don't think I've written anything that long for college (on my own, group projects don't count) and she didn't even get college credit for it. Go Concorde.
OK, I need to stop. There are so many Editor's choice questions that I want to link here (like Ardilla's Pidgeon adventures or HFAC's Fishwasher or liver cleansing) but I can't go through all 45 pages of them because I would end up putting most of them on here. But I still haven't answered your question.
So without further ado, the choicest Editor's Choice answer of all is..
Foreman's and Commander Keen's journey to the see what that one dude was doing on the corner of Walmart. It epitomizes the Board in that it was a simple question that was answered with a journey and told humorously in scripture wording. Also, it has the most upvotes out of all the questions, and always will because I'm putting a link to it here so new writers will read it and (probably) upvote it and I bet a large number of those who upvoted that question no longer read the Board so they can't vote for new questions.