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The Cool Guy Questions

1.) When was the first time you ever swore or said something profane? I'm shocked you assume I use such language! I remember when I was a teenager and said "shit" in front of my dad.

2.) Have you ever had unrequited feelings for someone?/Have you ever been friendzoned? uh, my college years

3.) What's a false assumption a lot of people have about you? that I have it all together

4.) Have you ever questioned your sexuality? no

5.) If you could bring one person back from the dead, who would it be and why? well, that's an interesting question--I think it would be fascinating to bring one of the Founding Fathers back from the dead to get their take on the successes and failures of the government

6.) What did you do on December 12th last year? we had a half-day of school because of weather

7.) When was the last time you truthfully told someone you hated them? I haven't

8.) What is your opinion on this song? What about this song? ... moving right along, nothing to hear here

9.) In less than four sentences, describe the entire plot of the last book you read. Young Adult historical paranormal mystery fiction.

10.) Describe the appearance of the most untrustworthy person you can think of (they can be a person you've met or a made up person). Are they male or female or neither? What about their appearance makes them untrustworthy? male with a bad spray tan and even worse comb over

11.) What is the most cringe-worthy thing you've ever seen? the first dance at the inaugural ball

12.) What is your biggest regret? I can't think of anything

13.) Do you have any cousins? When was the last time you saw them? I have hundreds of cousins and I saw a good portion of them at a family reunion about four years ago

14.) Describe the worst birthday you've ever had. the birthday after Mum died

15.) When was the last time someone provoked you to the point of violence? the only time I've laid hands on someone from anger was my sister during a sisterly squabble when we were kids

16.) OH NOES!!!! Someone has gotten you to drink a truth potion and now you have to truthfully answer every question you are asked!!! What's the worst possible question someone could ask you?

17.) Describe, in detail, your first serious relationship. Describe how it ended. my first serious relationship ended when he moved out of state and we didn't have the technology then to keep a long-distance relationship going

18.) Introduce your best friend. Tell the story of how you met. we were in high school at the same time and traveled in the same circle of friends, we got to be super close friends in college

19.) To the introduced friend, has our interviewee lied in any of these questions? Are you surprised by any of these answers? she would laugh at most of them

20.) To finish up, what is your biggest irrational fear and how did you get it? I am afraid to plug in appliances (like the air conditioner or even my computer) and I don't know how I got this irrational fear and I know it's irrational


zippiknits...sometimes said...

I agree with you on 5. But can I suggest Thomas Jefferson, or George Washington? Heehee
I may have gotten myself friendblocked. Finally looked it up, and it's imminent I fear. Oh well! C'est la vie!
My worst birthday was unprintable. But yours was just, well, heart breaking.

Unknown said...

That birthday :(
What was the name of the book? It sounds interesting. And irrational fears are just that, aren't they?

The Gal Herself said...

I know it happened to you and I don't mean to diminish what you suffered AT ALL, but I wonder how awful that birthday must have been for your dad. Do you think such shared experiences are why you're so close?

I'd love to ask Thomas Jefferson how he feels about Alexander Hamilton being a pop culture darling.

CountryDew said...

John Adams. He's a good choice for a Founding Father type dude. And as for irrational fears, something stuff just is. Maybe you were zapped by an outlet when you were 2 or something?

Cat. said...

If I think too hard about what I'm doing, electrical outlets scare the living crap out of me. And having lived in Ireland, you now those are even scarier than ours!!

Stacy said...

I, too, would love to hear the founding fathers' take on where we are as a country. One of my favorite episodes of Bewitched was when Aunt Clara brought Ben Franklin back and Sabrina was explaining things about the modern world to him.