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What is the story behind one of your scars?
What do you "know now" that you wish you "knew then"?
Have you ever won a trophy?
What subject do you wish you had paid more attention to in school?
If you could have a drink with someone from history who would it be?
What is your favorite thing about your mom?
What song do you love to dance to?
What was the worst punishment your parents ever enacted?
Who was the best boss you ever worked for?
What restaurant do you love even though you know you shouldn't?
If you did not need the money what would you do for work?
If you had an extra room in your house what would you use it for?
What was some good advice that your father gave you?
What grown-up job did you want to have when you were a child?
How would you explain love to somebody who had never heard of it before?
What is your warmest birthday memory?
What is a good place to travel but you would not want to live there?
If you had a time machine and you could go back and change anything, what would it be?
What toppings do you like to put on your pizza?
What national park would you like to go to?
What do you feel strongly enough about to protest?
Do you believe God has a sense of humor? Why?
What smell reminds you of home?
Where are you most likely to be at 8:00 on a Saturday night?
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What do you think about when there is nothing to think about?
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Man's unique reward, however, is that while animals survive by adjusting themselves to their background, man survives by adjusting his background to himself. - Ayn Rand