Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Interview with a stranger.

1. Do you like to ride rolller coasters? If you dont why?

2. What places have you been to in the world?

3. What is your favorite book and why?

4.What would you change about yourself?

5. What would you do if you meet your idol?


  1. 1.Yeah, i like roller coasters. They are pretty fun.
    2. I have always been in America. i always wanted to go somewhere else though.
    3. My favorite book is the Devil's Arithmatic. we read it in 6 grade.
    4. I would change my height probally, but i dopn't mind being short though.
    5. I would get his auto-graph and try to talk to him.

  2. 1. Yes I like roller coasters a lot! I go to Six Flags over 10 times each summer!
    2. I have been to a lot of places in the USA and I've been to Canada.
    3. Breaking Dawn, because it had a good plot and was exciting.
    4. I would change my eye color and make my eyes more blue. I would also make my hair really straight.
    5. I would probably faint and ask my idol questions and get an autograph.

  3. 1.I like riding roller coasters, their awesome, you can go so fast that you can't even shut your eyes.
    2. I have been to Florida. I think that's it I don't remeber if I have been any where else.
    3. I have for favorites soon to be five, and everyone knows what they are. Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn and Midnight Sun, cause they are the best books in the whole whole world, their long, detailed, and actiony, there Vampires, and werewolves, and over all it's a charming read.
    4. My eye color, I don't like blue eyes.
    5. Scream my head off, faint, hyperventalate, then I'd calm down and ask for his autograph. Then I would most likey blush, cause I always do. (Unfortunately.) Then smile so big that my face hurt!!!!!

  4. 1= roller coasters are cool but water slides are better
    2= I have been to London, Germany, South Dakota, Illinois, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Kentucky, and Nevada.
    3= My favorite book is Twilight because it's very well writen.
    4= I don't know what I would change about my self

  5. 1. Do you like to ride rolller coasters? If you dont why?

    I love roller coasters. The feeling you get when you reach the top of the hill and then it drops and your stomach jumps up in your throat... fantastic.

    2. What places have you been to in the world?

    Aside from all over the USA... I've been to Spain, Germany, Belgium, Ireland, and Italy. Next stop= Belize.

    3. What is your favorite book and why?

    "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius" by Dave Eggers. It's honest, funny, dry, and, well, heartbreaking all at the same time. It was the first time I read a book and felt attached to it.

    4.What would you change about yourself?

    The fact that I second guess myself often.

    5. What would you do if you met your idol?

    Probably scream. Then ask them as many questions as I could think of. Then take a photo together. :)

  6. 1 - Roller coasters - Do I ever! I love roller coasters on one condition - I do not go backwards. I also prefer not going upside down if I can help it. I love wooden coasters for this reason. The rickety-ness of them as well just adds a certain excitement. Is it going to collapse? It's squeaking and groaning a lot! Will we make it?? WHHHHHEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    2 - Places - I've been all through the US. I've also been to Greece and Italy. I'm sorry I wasn't able to make the answer to this one more interesting. ):

    3 - Book - Oh gee. I've got a lot. "The Moon is Down" and "The Winter of Our Discontent" are both very very good books, as well as being suitable ones for book reports and the like. They're both by John Steinbeck, the "Grapes of Wrath" and "Mice and Men" guy. Don't let those books fool you though. "Moon" is about the war! World War II to be exact. This short book was actually banned in occupied countries because it was so inspiring to the captured people. It's not all about the people taken over, no way. You learn about the soldiers as well. Their loneliness, their wants and needs. There's love, but can it exist? "Winter of Our Discontent" is wonderful as well. A man of moral principles is disliked by the town, his boss, his family, simply for sticking to his guns. In order to win back his dignity and win prestige for his family name, will he stoop to robbing the bank? He may. Read them.

    4 - Change - What to change about myself? If I change myself, do I remain me? I'd like to stay me. I like me, most of the time. Half time time. I'd like to change my inability to teleport. And my inability to read minds. I'd like to change those bits and give me the abilities to do them. That'd be good, don't you think?

    5 - Idol - I'd sing and dance and hold hands and avoid getting beaten up by a pig. I think Kermit and I would get along. We could make millions of people happy as we go singing and dancing about why there's so many songs about rainbows.

  7. I'm not a big fan of rollercoasters, but I do ride them with my nieces (I do anything for them.) I've been to New Zealand, Australia, Paris, England, Canada, Mexico, and Germany. My favorite adult author is Nicholas Sparks. The stories are good, and it quick reading. My favorite children's book is Where the Red Fern Grows. It's a touching story that always makes me cry. I would try to change that I don't worry so much. I would probably ask for my idol's authograph and get a picture with them.


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