"When someone asks you 'think about what Jesus would do', remember that a valid option is to freak out and turn over tables" -- Unknown
Which prompted me to recall...
A down-to-earth, smart, holy, and funny priest I know once gave a talk in which he said that the ubiquitious WWJD question is quite the *wrong* question for a Christian to ask.
If we want to ask what Jesus would do, we'd have to look at what He did, in fact, do, and emulate it to a "T".
Among (many, many) other things, He grew a beard, became a carpenter, remained single, lived with His Mom until He was 30, and kept kosher.
But that doesn't meant we have to do these things.
The question we should ask is not, "What would Jesus do?" but rather, "What would Jesus want me to do?"