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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Lucas » 16 January 2016, 19:21

Butt cheeks are leg breasts.



Even seen a meteor shower in person?
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Unread postby Kingsleyer » 16 January 2016, 22:53

No, but I wish I had.

What country worldwide do you want to visit the least and why?
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Unread postby Tony » 16 January 2016, 23:38

Kingsleyer wrote:No, but I wish I had.

What country worldwide do you want to visit the least and why?

That's a really tough question. I guess Somalia as I heard  that the cities in the country are rampant with human trafficking, piracy, illegal arms dealing, and drug smuggling. 

What was your dream job growing up?‎
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby York » 18 January 2016, 11:39

President of USA.

What is your favorite game?
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Unread postby Tony » 18 January 2016, 19:56

My favourite game (that I own) is Pokémon X :)

What are your favourite song lyrics?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Kingsleyer » 19 January 2016, 14:34

"Take what you want, Steal my pride
Build me up, Or cut me down to size
Shut me out, But I'll just scream
Im only one voice in a million
but you ain't taking that from me"
- Natasha Bedingfield, Strip Me

What character in film or TV do you recognize yourself in?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby York » 19 January 2016, 16:37

Baron Vladimir Harkonen ~ from a serial. Charming artistic man with a good sense of humor and great wisdom. And he has a great heart. Nice man.
the same queation I want to adress to a person below.
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Unread postby York » 19 January 2016, 16:38

PS though I'm not so clever as he.
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Unread postby Tony » 19 January 2016, 17:47

Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower film (Logan Lerman's character) .

What's your favourite film from the 21st century (so far)?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby York » 19 January 2016, 18:03

Hobbit

What is yor favorite fantasy world?
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Unread postby Kingsleyer » 19 January 2016, 19:19

I wouldn't want to live there, but I really like the world of A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones.

In terms of intelligence, in which third of the world population do you consider yourself? (upper third, middle, lower third)
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby York » 19 January 2016, 19:28

Kingsleyer wrote:I wouldn't want to live there, but I really like the world of A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones.

In terms of intelligence, in which third of the world population do you consider yourself? (upper third, middle, lower third)


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Unread postby Tony » 19 January 2016, 20:01

That's a tough question, the first answer that came to my mind was Katniss Everdeen.

What (junk) food couldn’t you live without?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby EleniDoSorto66 » 19 January 2016, 20:07

York wrote:
Kingsleyer wrote:I wouldn't want to live there, but I really like the world of A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones.

In terms of intelligence, in which third of the world population do you consider yourself? (upper third, middle, lower third)


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What is your favorite fictional character?



Fuchsia Groan from The Gormenghast Novels by Mervyn Peake.

Very beautifully written tale about a massive castle, about the size of New York city, in an state of depletion while bizarre and rather sometimes grotesque caricatures of people inhabit the inside (castle) and outside ('mud hut' dwellers) - I do not know WHAT it is really about, if nothing more than the beauty of the English language.

Basically the plot is: an heir is born, a kitchen-boy rebels and slowly rises to a level of power (unheard of in such a traditionally stuck/inherited oligarchy) and pretty much sets everything in motion.

Also, no one character is important or takes center stage.

Anyways, I loved Fuchsia Groan for many reasons. She was described as being "ugly of face but without how small a twist might she not suddenly have become beautiful"; a pitiless neglected child throughout her whole life, all because she is born a girl and couldn't inherit the throne. So naturally she just day-dreams her life away, sulks, draws and is pretty much the incarnation of something that never really existed: innocence.

But yea. . .fav. fictional character, Fuchsia Groan lol


Umm. . . .what is your most fondest childhood memory?
"'You're critical of everyone,' observes Iris.
'Oh, not everyone,' says Clara in an offhand manner. 'Only everybody who's alive as well as most people who are dead. I feel quite neutral about anybody not yet born.'"
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 19 January 2016, 20:25

Visiting Ocean Park Hong Kong and travelling on the cable car with my family :keke:

What’s the most fun you've had this week?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby York » 19 January 2016, 20:41

To Eleni...i love the book. My favorite is Stirpike..
Fun...) ? I had a sex with. my ex boyfrieand again.

how to be happy? i know this is a stupid boring theoretocal question.
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby EleniDoSorto66 » 19 January 2016, 20:49

York wrote:To Eleni...i love the book. My favorite is Stirpike..
Fun...) ? I had a sex with. my ex boyfrieand again.

how to be happy? i know this is a stupid boring theoretocal question.



Oh yea? So you read the books? Steerpike was pretty cool - I personally feel he had SOME feeling towards Fuchsia, but definitely it wasn't love or even romantic lol. I think he just was taken aback by how sharp she was.

Annnnd. . .don't care about other people think of you, I guess? And live your life the way you want regardless of any social stigma you may face (unless very harmful) because most people are full of their own shit, and no one will be holding your hand and crossing over to oblivion with you when you die - so yea.
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 19 January 2016, 23:23

Vinny, you forgot to leave a question.


As this question wasn't answered earlier, I will ask it again. What junk food couldn’t you live without?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Lucas » 19 January 2016, 23:37

Oreos


Ever won more than $20 on a lottery ticket?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Corrdorr » 20 January 2016, 12:16

Nope, I've never bought a lottery ticket to win!

What's been the highlight of your life so far?
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