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The Life Lessons Questions are a different set of questions than the Get To Know You questions. There is some significant overlap between the questions. Some of these questiosn will be less meaningful taken out of context. Here are some random questions taken from the Life Lessons set.

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What sacrifice is the person willing to make to ensure the loan gets repaid?

When was the first time people looked to you in a crisis?

Would you rather be able to visit 100 years in the past or 100 years in the future?

What in your life is more important than money?

Are there any late payment penalties?

What "personal space" will be afforded to each of you?

What is the most romantic/loving moment of your life?

What goals do you have for your education?

Would you rather spend 2 months living in a nursing home or spend a 2 weeks eating only from Taco Bell?

What was the first thing you learned to cook?

How old is "old"?

If you could have lunch with anyone living who would it be?

What song makes you want to dance?

How come wrong numbers are never busy?

Would you rather have indestructible will power or be unquestionably lucky?

Would you rather relive one random week of high school or watch the video of your own birth?

Have you ever won a trophy?

Is there any collateral?

If you where crowned king of the whole world, what would your first royal decree be?

Where was the last trip you went on?

 

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