Ask me a few, I'll check out your blog :)
One: What is your middle name?
Two: What are you passionate about?
Three: Zebra or leopard print?
Four: Do you have any fears?
Five: Silver or gold?
Six: Top three places to visit.
Seven: How many siblings do you have?
Eight: Where are you from?
Nine: First career you wanted as a child.
Ten: What’s your sign?
Eleven: Future names of your children.
Twelve: Do you have any pets?
Thirteen: What are you listening to right now?
Fourteen: Do you believe in fate/destiny?
Fifteen: What are your career goals?
Sixteen: What is your favorite color?
Seventeen: What is your favorite flower?
Eighteen: What was the first concert/show you attended?
Nineteen: Something you are working on right now.
Twenty: Have you ever had a near-death experience?
Twenty-one: Are you a procrastinator or do you get things done early?
Twenty-two: Left or right handed?
Twenty-three: TV Shows you watch regularly.
Twenty-four: Where do you work?
Twenty-five: Halloween costume idea for this year?
Twenty-six: What is your relationship status?
Twenty-seven: Last movie you just watched.
Twenty-eight: Your best friend’s name.
Twenty-nine: A song that’s been stuck in your head.
Thirty: A book you want to read/have recently read.
In class: 1+1=2
Test: John buy 4 oranges. He eats one and gives another to Ted. Calculate the sun's mass.
Me: Am I free to assemble a protest of peaceful peers?
Government: Only with a permit.
Me: Am I free to travel?
Government: Only with a passport.
Me: Am I free to pursue my own ideas of happiness?
Government: Only within these constraints.
Me: Am I free to start a business?
Government: Only with a license.
Me: Am I free to marry who I wish?
Government: Only with my consent.
Me: Am I free?
Government: I'm legally obligated to say that you are.
Government: Stop asking so many questions.