What part of pop culture do you wish would just go away?
What is your favorite salty snack?
What song do you love to dance to?
What was your most embarrassing hair style?
If you could have a drink with someone from history who would it be?
What is the furthest west you have traveled?
What is the funniest thing you have heard a child say?
What vegetable do you hate?
Have you ever been mentioned in the newspaper?
if you could live in any other country for 2 years where would you go?
Do you believe in God?
If you could see 24 hours into the future what would you do with this ability?
What is the worst physical pain you have ever been in?
In what way are your parents out of date?
What are you afraid of?
Do you have faith in the next generation? Why?
What makes you laugh?
What exotic pet would you like to have?
What are your marketable skills?
Who taught you to cook?
What color underwear are you wearing
What single piece of technology makes your life easier?
What do you miss from your childhood?
What do you do to impress someone you are attracted to?
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