Questions (unanswered)


As promised, here are the questions from my previous post, sans answers. Just in case anyone wants to answer them for themselves. If you do answer them, please paste a link to your answers in the comments. Thanks!

Do you have a nickname? What do you prefer to be called?
Do you have books on your shelf (ereader) that are begging to be read?
Are you a doodler? What do your doodles look like?
What do you do if you can’t sleep at night?
How many days could you think you would last in solitary confinement?
Do you save old greeting cards and letters or do you toss them away?
Who is the biggest pack rat you know?
Were/are you a good student?
How often do you look at yourself in the mirror?
What is the strangest thing you believed as a child?
Do you regift items that have been given to you?
Do you know the difference between a crocodile and and alligator?
Do you still read the newspaper?
Are there any animals that frighten you?
Are you a collector of something? If so, what do you collect?
What is something about yourself that you hope will change, but probably never will?
What’s a strange occurrence you’ve experienced but no one believes you?
What’s something that amazes you?
Do you prefer the blunt truth or would you rather people or temper their words?
What’s one thing you’d rather pay someone to do than do yourself?
What are the qualities that tend to draw you to someone new?
If you had to change your first name, what would you change it to?
Do you believe ignorance is bliss? Why or why not?
What (if anything) do you consider unforgivable?
Do you ever break out into song just because you feel like singing?

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