June 4: crash test questions
crash test questions
These questions that were once posed to Brad Roberts, lead singer
of the Crash Test Dummies.
I found it while reading Baker Street. Thanks Michael.
You might find out some things about me that you really didn't want
to know. But I got a kick out of the questions and some of my answers.
Question: What vegetable do you most resemble?
Question: If you could change one physical feature what would it be?
My skin tone. I would lighten it.
Question: Describe yourself in one word.
Question: What is your greatest attribute?
My willingness to listen
Question: What character trait do you most detest in others?
Question: Whom do you envy and why?
Those who are able to live a carefree life without money problems
Question: How would your friends characterize you:
moody, happy-go-lucky, pensive, withdrawn or stupendously wonderful.
MOODY MOODY MOODY MOODY
Question: In a sentence describe the philosophy by which you live.
Nothing is the same without me being there.
Question: Into what TV family would you like to have been born?
Question: If you were to come back as an animal, vegetable or mineral, what would you choose?
An animal, wouldn't have to change that much.
Question: What profession intrigues you?
Question: If you could completely change your style, what would you choose?
A rubber catsuit
Question: Who is your favorite fictional character?
Question: What animal is most like you?
American Short hair cat
Question: In what novel would you most like to have lived?
A Wrinkle in Time
Question: What super-power would you most like to have?
Question: When in history would you most like to have been born?
None, though there are many I would have liked to have visited briefly.
Question: What is the greatest invention of the twentieth century?
The telephone which was actually invented by two people, but you never hear about her.
Question: Describe your perfect day.
69 degrees fahrenheit with a fair amount of sun.
lounging and listening to music, heading off to a dance studio
and the theatre then maxing out with someone special.
Question: When are you most at ease?
When I'm feeling validated.
Question: What becomes a Canadian legend most?
Question: What is your greatest regret?
Those are way to numerous to mention here.
I do regret not being the best me that I can be.
Question: Where do you see yourself in 20 years?
Happier than I am now.
Question: For what do you most want to be remembered?
Making a Difference
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i'd appreciate your feedback and any topics you'd like discussed.
Performing is the only thing keeping me sane at the moment. Wheeee!