Do you like being the one who makes moments memorable?
Memorable in a good way, like people-feel-warm-just-thinking-about-it kind of way? Yeah, for sure.
What is something you find childish?
Tweets of the POTUS.
Do you think you need to take a better grasp on reality?
What is your favorite type of dance?
I like watching ballet, but I myself don’t dance ballet.
Are you thankful for what you have in life?
Sure. It’s hard not to feel thankful (and sad and angry) when you’re well aware of the vulgar disparity of life around you.
Where do you spend almost all of your time?
Do you believe you are blessed?
What does your day normally consist of?
Staring at the computer.
Do you need someone who’s weak to boost your confidence?
Are you a very opinionated person?
About current events, yes. About other people’s personal business, nah.
Last shot you had at your doctor’s office?
Now that you mentioned it, I still haven’t had my flu shot yet.
Do you have really bad trust issues?
I don’t think so. I don’t easily trust people, but I won’t say I have “issues” doing it.
You’re hungry now, where would you go to eat?
Are you good at managing your own money?
Not at all. I don’t spend a lot on material stuff, but I waste hundreds of dollars on stupid shit like parking tickets.
When I say good hygiene, what is the first thing you think of?
Do you find making scenes in public fun?
Not at all. Whenever I’m out there, I try my best to be as unnoticeable as possible.
What was the last bad thing you said to someone or vice versa?
To their faces? I don’t remember.
Do you think everyone in this world is fake?
I wouldn’t use the word “fake,” but a person can definitely change their sense of self in an attempt to improve their public image. In sociology, this is called a dramaturgical action. You can read the works of sociologist Erving Goffman if you’re curious about his dramaturgical approach to analyzing human social interaction.
Your favorite sing-along song?
These days it’s Lana Del Rey’s version of “Doin’ Time,” which sucks because Manay Lana is a Karen. 😦
Do you wipe your mouth with your sleeve, or do you use a napkin?
I use a napkin.
Is there something that currently doesn’t make any sense to you?
What was the last thing you charged?
Would you say things slip your mind a lot?
Last time you stubbed your toe?
Have you had a pretty good day so far?
What do you think about girls with short hair?
Can you sit still for very long?—
Lemonade or Pink Lemonade?
Where do you feel safest?
In my room.
Questions from Tumblr. Featured photo from Belinda Fewings on Unsplash.
Ano ang ibig sabihin ng Karen?
Pejorative slang siya for entitled, demanding, and usually racist middle-aged white women.
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