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Random Thoughts

1. Have you ever actually sat down and thought about why you like the person you like?
- yes, I did.
2. People say, "Honestly, I don't think I've ever talked sh*t about anyone".
- It's called "Life's like that". best answer? "I can trust you then" -sarcastically. lol
3. Is there someone you'd really like to hang out with and just talk about stuff?
- I definitely do, kaso, she's not here.
4. Is there something that has happened in your past that you really hate talking about?
- yeah, and it's unfinished business though. I HATE IT!!
5. Do you think a lot of people think/say bad things about you?
- sure. I can even feel it. their mannerisms at me, the way they look at me. I am just objective.
sometimes, if you are high in the pedestal, people just can't accept it.
6. Do you think you're approachable?
- "di man diay ka mamaak"- a newly-found friend said. sometimes kasi, looks can be deceiving. so I would stick to first impression wouldn't last. and yes, I am very approachable.
7. Do you regret doing anything this week?
- yes, I did not do better in the Diagnostic exams..
8. Name something you wouldn’t want to do tom.
- go in review. hehe. but I just can't.
9. When did you last cry?
- hmmm, every now and then. hahaha.
10. How late did you stay up last night?
- I slept early because, I was damn exhausted from the review
11. Has someone of the opposite sex ever told you they loved you, and meant it?
- yes, a lot actually. i hope they meant it. lol
13. Suppose you see your crush kissing another person, what will u do?
- freak out. hah. i have a crush on this girl in our review session just in front of my sit. she's nice naman kasi, i was able to talk to her and introduced myself. cool. hehe

14. Would you ever become a vegetarian or even vegan?
- I would love to.

15. Do you like your school/work?
-yes, way back college days. haha.
16. Are you a flirt?
- naughty? hehe.
17. Have you ever held hands?
- who? her? yes. but that was history.
18. When was the last time that you went swimming, where, and what color
was your swim wear?
- last summer and that was during my training as a Sped teacher. I was with the autistic students. haha. weird ba?
19. bla bla ?
- stupid.
21. Did you ever lose a best friend?
- dami kung barkada.
22. Have you ever gotten mad because somebody said they'd call you and they didn't?
- haha. i don't care actually
23. Have you ever met a real life prostitute?
- A lot.
24. Have you ever kissed in the rain?
- I'll try it.
25. Can you do push-ups?
- ten times i guess.
26. What is the connection between you and the last person you texted?
- a cousin.
27. What is wrong with you right now?
- nothing. I am just bored
28. Who do you hate?
- peace. Love one another. hehe
29. What do you want in your life right now?
- a CAR!!!
30. Are you happy right now?
- yes.
31. What are you listening to right now?
- none
32. Drinking?
- water therapy.
33. What is your favorite thing to have on your bed?
- wala
34. Last time you went in a tanning bed?
- i would never do that.
35. What do you wear to bed?
- boxer shorts and shirt
36. Do you tend to make relationships complicated?
- nope, Why should I?
37. What are you doing/did today?
- I am answering you. I just had my review kanina.
38. Are u inlove now?
- I'm happy with flirting. haha
40. With hu?
- with ms ddc girl. haha
42. Do u see them?
- who?
43. Do you cry bec. ur crush or love doesn't text u?
- stupid. no.
44. Do u think u're beautiful/handsome?
- what do you think.
45. Are u serious when u say u'r inlove?
- yes.
46. What will u do for her?
- spend the rest of my life with her.
47. Will u shout her name? and tell the world ur crazy about him/her?
- Do I need to?
48. Will u cry if he/she reject u?
- I would surely do.
49. After crying what's next?
- Wipe them away of course. hehe
50. Do u think she will be yours?
- History will be cherished.


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