Let’s Talk : The Questions Nobody Asks Tag (Part 2 of 2)
How is your Thursday going? Good? Great? Awesome! And even if it isn’t, I’m here to help. This week, it’s Part 2 of The Questions Nobody Asks Tag. If you missed Part 1, don’t fret! You. Can still catch up on it! There’s still time!
If you’re all caught up, then why wait another second? Herein begins Part 2!
Q1. What country do you wish you were from?
A. I’m happy being from India. It’s all good here. All good.
Q2. What is your favorite moment in history?
A. When the wheel was invented. Boy, did that help the human race or what.
Q3. If you could choose, which time would you go back to?
A. The 1880s, I think, would have been a great time. Such a happier time before technology and overpopulation made life crowded and annoyingly busy and distracting.
Q4. If you had a time machine would you rather go back in time or into the future?
A. I would go into the future. Not to see what life is going to be like, but because going into the past sounds risky. What if I change something accidentally? Don’t want to take that chance.
Q5. Pet Koala or Pet Panda?
A. Pet Koala. It would be low on maintenance and yet retain most of the cute factor of the Panda.
Q6. The power to communicate with animals or the power to communicate with plants?
A. With animals. They would be able to do my bidding. Of course, I would ask nicely and stuff.
Q7. What is your usual bedtime?
A. Around 9 or 9.30. Sometimes, on long days, it’s an hour after that, which sucks.
Q8. What do you remember to be the worst day you’ve ever had?
A. It was a work day, and I actually crumbled and succummed to pressure and stress. Kinda had a break down and melt down and everything. But I recovered soon, which was good.
Q9. What is an irrational fear you have?
A. I guess it would be the fear of failing, at anything I do. I haven’t conquered it yet. I hope to one day.
Q10. What is something silly you believed as a child?
A. That a woman could get pregnant simply by kissing a man. LMAO. I know.
Q11. What did you want to be when you were a kid?
A. An author, which I eventually became, by God’s grace. I still just want to write and edit for a living.
Q12. If the kid version of you were to meet you now, how would they react?
A. The kid version would be shocked, and the current version would be repulsed.
Q13. What is your favorite fictional world?
A. The Harry Potter universe, duh. Is there any other answer?
Q14. Which teacher left the most impact on your life?
A. It was my nineth and tenth grade English teacher, Ms. Malti Ranjan. The way she’d teach and impart her lessons was truly unforgettable. Loved her. Still do. She is one of my idols.
Q15. What was the most significant event of your life?
A. When my first book was published. Dream. Come. True.
Q16. Would you say you have more of an English brain than a math brain?
A. Yes, for sure. Without a doubt.
Q17. Will you want to be remembered after you die?
A. Yes, by the people I loved and who loved me. And also, remembered in a happy way, not a sad one. I’d rather have them smile and laugh at memories of me, than cry and despair.
Q18. What was the last movie you watched?
A. A Quiet Place. The horror movie. Loved it. Brilliant piece of cinema.
Q19.What was the last movie that made you cry?
A. Schindler’s List. I see it often, like a couple of times a year. That film is brimming with painful humanity. It’s insane. If you haven’t watched it, what are you even doing with your life?
Q20. Have you ever been so happy that you cried?
A. Yes. It constantly occurs to me how lucky I am to be alive and healthy and safe and and educated and housed and financially secure. Just the sheer thought of all this sometimes makes me tear up with gratitude.
Q21. Have you ever won anything, of so, what?
A. Not like a prize or anything from a contest, I’ve always lost at all of them. But I have won/earned several academic awards for outstanding performance and achievements. Like more than a dozen over the span of my high-school and college life. It was lit.
Q22. If you had to get married to the last friend you texted, how would it go?
A. It would go terribly, considering he’s a guy too. Lmao.
Q23. Would you ever go on a blind date?
A. Not sure if I’m brave enough to do. But sure, what the heck? Let’s throw caution to the wind and take a shot at it. YOLO.
Q24. Do you mind getting famous even if it’s from bad publicity?
A. Not only do I mind, but I mind a lot.
Q25. Would you switch lives with anyone famous or not famous, past or present? If so, who?
A. Hmm. So I used to wish this, you know, as kids do. Now, not so much. I’m pretty happy with who and where I am.
Gosh, I’m getting nostalgic now. Another tag, another end. Isn’t it great fun to do these? To answer this question, leave me a comment!
I’ve noticed quite a few of you picking up this trend with me and doing these tags. You have to admit it. It’s crazy fun. Love it.
Let’s see what’s in store for next week! Have a great seven days ahead!
This is me signing out!
© Amaan Khan, December 6, 2018