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I reread HP7.

If you say "I set fire to the rain", is it a polite way to say you have a urinary tract infection?
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I would never say this and have never heard someone saying this


Which was the most luxury hotel you ever went to?
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The Fairmont Empress in Victoria.



Do you think we'll ever see brown cars again in the future?

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I think it is time to stop beating around the bush.

I would call a luxurious fast car the Erection, and an all American pick-up truck the Boner.

What did your worse haircut look like?
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I think that's for others to decide

What is the weirdest question someone has ever asked you in person?
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The first thing that comes up is when I was travelling by train a couple of months ago, a guy came up to me, spoke a few words and then he asked me to marry him. He wasn't even drunk, he seemed dead serious.

What about you?

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This one.

Thing is, I don't consider questions weird in and of themselves.

They are either akward in certain circumstances, as what happened to you.

Or some questions can either be dumb or non-sensical, but I can't think of a "weird" question at the moment.

Which movie, book or song is the most meanigful and profoud to you and why?

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"Friday" by Rebecca Black because she taught me how to get down on that particular day...

Do you ever try to overtake someone on the sidewalk and then hold back because you realise that you would have to keep walking super fast in order to stay ahead of them...?

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Not really...once I pass someone I do walk faster and I make sure to keep it up.

Does that bug you though, when you are walking and seemingly everyone is passing you?
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Ummm... nah, it's not a huge factor in my life... and I like to think I keep to a fairly brisk pace when I stroll, so it's not really an issue for me..

Do you think sleeping while its raining is one of the most underrated pleasures in life..?

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Sleeping in general is underrated by many people.

But yes, it is a great pleasure.

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This 3000 word essay I'm doing right now on legal and ethical stuff... so dull...

Do you rotate your pillow regularly when you sleep to get to the cold side...?

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Sometimes, but more than the warmth of the pillow, I like the pillows consitency.

I don't like them too hard, they feel like sleeping on a stone.

Too soft is also uncomfortable, as they just completely sink.

In between is just fine, and if its cold better.

Do you enjoy cold weather better than hot weather?

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A few days ago when I got too excited about something I was eating - and I caught myself eating too fast and had to stop and catch my breath

What are your thoughts on cats?
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