1. When did you “lose your innocence”?
2. Would you say you have an accent?
Yes, but only because everyone around me seems to have an Essex accent so my mish-mosh is more noticable.
3. Do you hope to be married (married again if divorced)?
Yes, it should be happening this year 🙂
4. If you could take one technology to a desert island (the obvious satellite phone excluded), what would it be?
Some form of water filtration system, so I like, wouldn’t die.
5. What is the last activity you bought a ticket for?
1. What is your fave thing about Christmas?
sounds cliché, but being with friends and family.
2. Did you believe in Santa Clause? If so, what was the best gift from him?
Sorta. I belived in Mrs. Clause and she brings me really useful gifts like toiletries and pants. So the best gift would have to be three lipsalves that last me through the year.
3. Do you have a Christmas Tree? Ribbon, Angel, Star or ______ on Top?
Yes, but it’s top went all funny and so even if I did have anything to put on top, I couldn’t or it would have fallen off.
4. Best stocking stuffer you got?
I didn’t really get any little presents like that…
5. Wishing for a White Christmas?
always, but never happens.
1. Pick one label that you think does describe you (race, religion, hobby, etc.).
2. Pick one label that is often put on you, that you really think is inaccurate.
3. Pick one label you wish could be put on you.
4. What is one kind of label that you think is universally wrong to use (race, gender, height)?
5. Labels, used intelligently, can be a convenient rhetorical shorthand for identifying how a given person will fit into (or react to) a given situation. Labels, used incorrectly, can be an excuse for dismissing the differences still inherent in the people to whom the label is applied. Discuss.
I refuse, on the principal that this question has already stated my own feelings on the matter: that when used intelligently and correctlty Lables are a good thing, but in the hands of those who have no tolerance or what to cuase pain, and sitr hate they can be a dangerious weapon.
1.Have you ever stayed in a hostel? If so, where? Did you like it? If you haven’t stayed in a hostel, would you?
I stayed in one as part of a school trip, in the sense that the trip took over the main rooms of the hostel, so it was only people I knew. It was alright, the bed where a little uncomfortable, but it was clean, so yes.
2. What is your favo(u)rite airport that you’ve been to? Why?
I guess Gatwick, because I don’t remember the airports at Malta or in Dubrovnick, and we didn’t have enough time to look around the one at Orlando.
3. What is the best museum you have visited on vacation?
I can’t really remember… I go to a lot…
4. Have you ever made friends while traveling whom you keep in touch with on a regular basis?
No, I’m not really that sort of person.
5. Have you ever had a conversation with a seatmate on a plane?
My only seat mates have been my parents, so yes.
1. What’s the most strange thing anyone has ever pointed out to you?
2. What’s the most obvious thing anyone has ever pointed out to you?
3. What’s the most miserable thing anyone has ever pointed out to you?
That money is a lie.
5. What’s the greatest thing that anyone has ever pointed out to you?
At this moment in time, that I have a house!