65 Questions You Aren’t Used To

I found this questionnaire online and decided: “What the hell. It might be fun.”


1. Do you ever doubt the existence of others than you?

Nope. I see evidence of them all the time.

2. On a scale of 1-5, how afraid of the dark are you?

That all depends on what I read before I turned out the light. One of the perils of having a highly active imagination.

3. The person you would never want to meet?

Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Think about it for a moment.

4. What is your favorite word?

“Fuck.” It’s extremely fucking versatile.

5. If you were a type of tree, what would you be?

A great bristlecone pine.

6. When you looked in the mirror this morning what was the first thing you thought?

I actively avoid looking in mirrors, and so, don’t have one.

7. What shirt are you wearing?

I’m shirtless at the moment.

8. What do you label yourself as?

An asshole. Hell, everyone else does, sooner, or later.

9. Bright room or dark room?

Bright room.

10. What were you doing at midnight last night?

Laying in bed, feeling like I was going to puke. It didnt happen, though.

11. Favorite age you’ve been so far?


12. Who told you they loved you last?

The person I love most in the world. April 10th, 2014.

13. Your worst enemy?

Myself. I always manage to screw everything up, sooner, or later.

14. What is your current desktop picture?


Mononoke Hime no Mori on Yakushima, Japan
Mononoke Hime no Mori on Yakushima, Japan


15. Do you like someone?

I like lots of folks, but I think this means romantically. I do. Shes actually a subscriber to my blog.

16. The last song you listened to?

This one: https://open.spotify.com/track/5Ox6cVMhvW5nl3UForWFHa

17. You can press a button that will make any one person explode. Who would you blow up?

A fucking fucktard of a douchebag named Dan Boyce.  The reasons are myriad.

18. Who would you really like to just punch in the face?

The same fucker I named above.

19. If anyone could be your slave for a day, who would it be and what would they have to do?

If it were consentual, as a type of role play that we’d talked about extensively before hand, it would be my love. And it would be the most onerous task she could imagine: Allowing me to pamper her all day. 🙂

20. What is your best physical attribute? (showing said attribute is optional)

My arse. It is magnificent.

21. If you were the opposite sex for one day, what would you look like and what would you do?

I’d have to be some sort of redhead, and I’d probably spend the day masturbating.

22. Do you have a secret talent? If yes, what is it?

Yes! Convincing people I’m a fair writer.

23. What is one unique thing you’re afraid of?

My fear is actually pretty pedestrian: Heights. To be precise, falling.

24. You can only have one kind of sandwich. Every sandwich ingredient known to humankind is at your disposal.

A bacon/pineapple sandwhich.

25. You just found $100! How are you going to spend it?

I’m not. It’s going on my prepaid debit card until I need it.

26. You just got a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world, but you have to leave immediately. Where are you going to go?

Land O’Lakes, Florida.

27. An angel appears out of Heaven and offers you a lifetime supply of the alcoholic beverage of your choice. “Be brand-specific” it says. Man! What are you gonna say about that? Even if you don’t drink booze there’s something you can figure out… so what’s it gonna be?

The Greek Gods’ ambrosia. I want to be a diety, too.

28. You discover a beautiful island upon which you may build your own society. You make the rules. What is the first rule you put into place? 

Only those I personally invite may come.

29. What is your favorite expletive?


30. Your house is on fire, holy shit! You have just enough time to run in there and grab ONE inanimate object. Don’t worry, your loved ones and pets have already made it out safely. So what’s the one thing you’re going to save from that blazing inferno?

My laptop.

31. You can erase any horrible experience from your past. What will it be?

None of them. All my experiences made me who I am today and led me to the woman of my dreams, even if she doesn’t want me. I’d never risk losing that.

32. You got kicked out of the country for being a time-traveling heathen who sleeps with celebrities and has super-powers. But check out this cool shit… you can move to anywhere else in the world!

This one isn’t  question.

33. The Celestial Gates Of Beyond have opened, much to your surprise because you didn’t think such a thing existed. Death appears. As it turns out, Death is actually a pretty cool entity, and happens to be in a fantastic mood. Death offers to return the friend/family-member/person/etc. of your choice to the living world. Who will you bring back?

Issac Newton. Once he got over the time/culture shock, think of all he could help us create and learn.

34. What was your last dream about?

Walking along the beach at sunset, holding the hand of my love.

35. Are you a good….[insert anything you’d like here]?


36. Have you ever been admitted to the hospital?

Many times.

37. Have you ever built a snowman?


38. What is the color of your socks?

At the moment, I am barefoot. The ones I own are white, though.

39. What type of music do you like?

My tastes are eclectic, but leaning more towards rock orchestra.

40. Do you prefer sunrises or sunsets?

As a night owl, I prefer sunsets.

41. What is your favorite milkshake flavor?

42. What football team do you support? (I will answer in terms of American football as well as soccer)

American Football would be the New England Patriots and standard football would be Manchester.

43. Do you have any scars?

I have a few. Physical, mental & emtional.

44. Would you rather be immortal, but dependant on blood, or age 1000 times slower than everyone else?

Age slower than everyone else.

45. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

Whatever it is that makes me unlovable after a certain period of time.

46. Are you reliable?

From a certain point of view.

47. If you could ask your future self one question, what would it be?

Have we gotten used to the lonliness yet?

48. Do you hold grudges?

With both hands.

49. If you could breed two animals together to defy the laws of nature, what new animal would you create?

Technically speaking, there are no laws of nature.

50. What is the most unusual conversation you’ve ever had?

This one. 😉

51. Are you a good liar?

I try my damnedest not to lie.

52. How long could you go without talking?

53. What has been you worst haircut/style?

In the 80’s (yes, I just dated myself), I briefly went with the spiked mohawk.

54. Have you ever baked your own cake?

And ate it, too.

55. Can you do any accents other than your own?


56. What do you like on your toast?

Depends on my mood.

57. What is the last thing you drew a picture of?

Squiggly lines. It was horrible.

58. What would be you dream car?

80’s model Corvette Stingray

59. Do you sing in the shower? Or do anything unusual in the shower? Explain.

I do not.

60. Do you believe in aliens?

Which version? From another country? Yep. From outer space? Also yep. However, we’ve not been visited by space aliens.

61. Do you often read your horoscope?

Only when I want a chuckle.

62. What is your favorite letter of the alphabet?


63. Which is cooler: dinosaurs or dragons?

Dinosaurs, because they were real.

64. What do you think about babies?

Which species?

65. Freebie! Ask anything interesting you can think of.

What kind of way to end is that?



I hope y’all found this bit a little entertaining.


2 thoughts on “65 Questions You Aren’t Used To”

  1. Wrt your sick comments about feminists at equally sick AVFM,

    This is my story. How I became a feminist and they would be truly appreciative of what I say. They don’t have any reason to deny it because if they do, they would end up sounding like hypocrites and that would be so sad for all you MRAs.

    I come from the Eastern hemisphere – an Asian woman from India who for long lived in a hellhole of distorted perceptions and ideology, thanks to my Asian conditioning and it was not until the light of the feminism shined from the other side into my life, that I decided to move our of cesspool.

    We Asian women (many of us, even in contemporary times, many from the Asian side would agree) are conditioned to genteel, demure, shy, graceful, polite beings with certain kind ‘family’ values as deemed fit by our cultures (read: kowtowing to traditions).

    We are conditioned to be good daughters and daughters-in-law who uphold the family honour of one’s natal family and the husband’s post marriage (saving face is an intrinsic Asian value in our societies combined with filial obligation towards one’s parents; yes, yes, sons are expected to be act similarly atleast in this regard), But, as we all know its the women also always suffer the most & greater burden of responsibility rests on their shoulders.

    I stood for abstinence before marriage like any ‘decent’ woman would (ya, ya, men too in our culture to a lesser extent) for my first should only be with my husband, forbade alcohol and was taught to love & respect my husband’s parents as my very own & his siblings like my own bro &/sis

    I was just that Asian woman for more than two and half decades of my life.

    I was conditioned to look down upon Western/American women (& men too to a large extent) as:

    – Promiscuous beings & sluts, if may say so, who dance naked in bikinis at poolsides to to capture male attention

    – Change men in bed like bed-sheets

    – Aren’t one man-women

    – Divorce their husbands at the drop of the hat

    – Pressure their husbands to serve them

    – Indulge in premarital-sex

    – Call their mothers-in-law by their FIRST names (a complete no-no in Asian societies) and can even call their bfs/husbands – son of a …….

    Yes, I hated that about American/western women but I changed and my life took a complete U-TURN after light of feminism shined through. I decided to take charge of my life and though I valued the one-man woman approach, I decided to explore many relationships with men without any guilt of promiscuity.

    I changed how I looked like the women described above and strove to be more like them.

    So, now, you think that feminism can be wrong when it helped me to change my negative perceptions about western society?


    1. I’m going to indulge you just once even though this blog is about writing fiction, and occasionally science.

      Yes, modern feminism is bad. In the West, it isn’t about empowering women anymore, nor is it about getting the same rights as men. Here in the West, women actually have more rights than men. But, don’t let a modern feminist hear/read that, it might “trigger” them.

      In the West, men are 97% more likely to die on the job, 93% more likely to be murdered, 94% more likely to commit suicide, are victims of physical domestic violence 98% of the time; get harsher jail terms that women 83% of the time for the exact same crime, and yet, feminists – those who tout how they’re for equality – don’t give a rip about those things. And don’t get me started on how men’s lives are destroyed by false rape claims.

      Instead, they’re always going on about how “oppressed” they are. How there is a “Gender Wage Gap,” “1 in 5 women are raped” (more than the Congo where it’s an action of war? Bullshit), and a host of other nonsense.

      So, once again with feeling: Modern feminism is wrong, and horrible.. If you truly care about actual equality, be an egalitarian.


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