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LAST MOVIE YOU SAW IN A THEATER:The Incredibles
WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING NOW:Whatever Happened to Worship (AW Tozer)
FAVORITE BOARD GAME:scrabble (and squabble)
FAVORITE MAGAZINE: Time. Join the conversation.
FAVORITE SMELLS: Rotten egg. Sewer.
COMFORT FOOD: Uhmm.. sweet air.
FAVORITE SOUNDS: Funeral music.
WORST FEELING IN THE WORLD:When there are harmful bacteria and viruses inside my system
WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU THINK OF WHEN YOU WAKE UP IN THE MORNING:God.
FAVORITE FAST FOOD PLACE:Rodic's. Tapsilog.. wow.
FUTURE CHILD'S NAME: Bloody Mary
FINISH THIS STATEMENT: "IF I HAD A LOT OF MONEY, I WOULD":eat my money. It's the root of all evil, see. ha ha ha.
DO YOU DRIVE FAST:I walk.
DO YOU SLEEP WITH A STUFFED ANIMAL: No, I sleep with a stuffed pillow.
STORMS -- COOL OR SCARY:Cool. No class.
WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST CAR:In dreams, man.
FAVORITE ALCOHOLIC DRINK:I don't drink.
FINISH THIS STATEMENT,'IF I HAD THE TIME, I WOULD LOVE TO': worship my Lord.
DO YOU EAT THE STEMS OF BROCCOLI:even the roots.
IF YOU COULD DYE YOUR HAIR ANY COLOR, WHAT WOULD YOU CHOOSE: Metallic pink.
GLASS HALF-EMPTY OR FULL:The glass is broken.
HOW MANY CITIES/TOWNS HAVE YOU LIVED IN: I don't know. Perhaps three.
FAVORITE PLACE TO RELAX: My room.
FAVORITE SPORT TO WATCH: Oh, volleyball. WWVGP.
WHAT IS UNDER YOUR BED: Monsters.
TOILET PAPER/ PAPER TOWEL--OVER OR UNDER: in the middle. Yeah

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