5000 Question Survey: Questions 2601 – 2700

As part of my 101 things to do in 1001 days I’ve accepted the challenge of answering the ‘5000 Question Survey’. I’ll be following the original 50 parts and answer a 100 questions per post. This is part twentyseven with questions 2601 – 2700.


2601. Do you think cell phones cause cancer? Are cell phone users more likely to get into car accidents? Do cell phones really interfere with a plane’s navigation equipment? Are cell phones immune from computer viruses? Can using a cell phone at a gas station spark a fire? 

No, yes, no, no, no.


2602. What makes a guy see a chick as less of a cute little girl and more of a woman?

Boobs? Bodylenght? Don’t know. Ask a guy.


2603. What is it about football that makes people want to watch it?

The same as people want to watch other sports. Sense of adventure, action, support, belonging.


2604. What is the best show on tv?

Say yes to the dress, The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones.


2605. Are you more of a tape dispenser or a stereo speaker and why?

Tapes….  *mumbles something about this quiz being so old*


2606. What do you think is overrated? what is underrated?

Life and life.


2607. Can spiders ump? Did you interpret that as ‘jump’ or ‘hump or ‘bump’ or other?



2608. What’s the matter with adults today?

Nothing more than previous generations.


2609. Have you ever worked ‘off the books’?



2610. Have you ever worked 9-5? If not do you think you ever will?



2611. Do men or woman make better bosses?

Depends on the person. Not on gender.


2612. Do you believe that people should more up through a company or that the higher up positions should be filled by people hired from outseide the company?

A combination of both. Hiring fresh blood can be great, but people within the company now more about the innerworkings.


2613. Why is it that no one seems to care about their job?

Because a lot of people can’t really do what we like. I mean, I don’t have my dream job either. Don’t get me wrong I like my job and give it my best but it’s not my ultimate dream.


2614. When I go into a store, why doesn’t anyone know anything about what they are selling?

Because they’re often too young and don’t know shit. They don’t get training, aren’t motivated and just don’t care.


2615. Have you ever seen those people that get that blank, lost expression when they go into a store and kinda shuffle along like zombies? Do you wonder how they got up, dressed themselves, and made it to the store in the first place?

Not just in a store.


2616. When did you/will you graduate college?

A few years ago.


2617. When will Eminem stop whineing about his bad childhood and move on??

He already did.


2618. I am drug free. Are you drug free?



2619. I have piercings and am getting tattoos. Do you have either?

Yes. Both.


2620. Can you REALLY say that your way is the right way? maybe there is a different way for everyone?

There’s definitely a different way for everybody.


2621. What do you think of the song ‘Imagine’?

Kind of nice.


2622. Can you think of any reason i might have written this, other than I am bored with too much time on my hands?

To challenge yourself?


2623. What is the purpose of art? How about movies? Music?

Entertainment, sharing stories, showing feelings, expanding your horizon.


2624. Do you think that anything has lost it’s value because it’s become too ‘commercial’? What?

The cosplay community.


2625. Have you ever been promoted? fired?

Promoted, yes. Fired, no.


2626. What do you call your private area? Does it have a nickname?



2627. What parts of your body are shaved?

The common parts.


2628. What is a peachclam?

Don’t know.


2629. What is the american dream? Is it the same as your dream?

Don’t know? Stable job, plenty of money, and a house with a white fence? And no.


2630. Do you need to be right all the time?

No. But I’d like to 😛


2631. There was a sculpture that was supposed to be displayed for a week in the Rockafeller Center in NYC of a falling woman – designed as a memorial to those who jumped or fell to their death from the World Trade Center. It was complained about as grotesque, innopropriate and describe as ‘not art’ What do you think? It was taken down early because it was seen as ‘offensive’. What do you think about that?

The artist, Fischl, said in a statement. “It was a sincere expression of deepest sympathy for the vulnerability of the human condition. Both specifically towards the victims of Sept. 11 and towards humanity in general.”

Are people just too sensative? Or maybe people are NOT sensative ENOUGH to the idea that others may have different views from them (or from the majority)? She these different, opposing or offensive views be allowed to be expressed freely and openly? Why or why not?

They should be allowed to be expressed freely and openly. But you can’t be suprised when discussion erupts. Some things also cross a line and in this case, the artist made something based on a commission, so they need to be more sensitive to the wishes of others than their own opinions etc.


2632. What letter’s sound do you like the best?

I don’t care.


2633. What is one movie charater you identify with and why?

I should be able to answer this. I recently had a discussion with someone about this but now I just can’t remember :(


2634. Do you act the same when you are alone as you do when people are watching?

For the biggest part, yes. But like I might dress way more sloppy and pick my nose 😉


2635. Why is everyone so obssessed with superheros?

Don’t know. Maybe because they like the action, the alternate world, the fantasy of them being a hero?


2636. What cliches do you hear over-used the most?

Aren’t they cliches because they are over-used?


2637. Do you handle inconvieniences well?

Depends. But usually not that well.


2638. Are you a fan of Jackie Chan?

Not really a fan but I don’t mind him.


2639. Is a promise a big deal?

Depends on the promise.


2640. What is your place in the universe?

Just a tiny little speck.


2641. Once some scientists dug up a woolly mamoth, frozen in ice. It was still completely whole, not rotted or fosilized. The scientists decided to have a dinner party. It was a very posh affair. they served roast woolly mamoth steaks, the rarest meat in all the world. So, if you were invited, would you have eaten it?

Hmm…. I bet it would be an outrage but seeing as the animal was already dead and cut up at that point I think I would.


2642. What are 3 things you DON’T want to know?

When I’ll die, what I’ll get for christmas, and….. I don’t know :’)


2643. It seems to me that a lot of people don’t value their lives, or life in general very highly. Why do you suppose that is? Are you like that?

To a certain extent. And because it’s easy to take things for granted.


2644. Do you celebrate the harvest moon?



2645. Do you believe in out of body experiances?



2646. Why does so much depend upon a red wheel barrel glazed with rain water beside the white chickens?

Go away.


2647. Why do so many people get jobs that they dislike?

Because they need to make money.


2648. Do you think that in THIS world, being creative is a handicap? Why or why not?

No. Being creative is a great advantage.


2649. Do you ever get chills or shivers during movies? What movies?

Plenty of different movies.


2650. Do you believe in the collective unconsiouss(that people are like onions..the outer layers are individualistic and the deeper you go the more similar we all are)?

A bit, yes.


2651. Do you think that most people have the qualities you look for in friends/intimate relationships or do you feel alienated?

Poor question. I don’t think most people have it but I don’t feel alienated at all.


2652. Are you very critical: of others? of yourself?

Yes and yes.


2653. Is there such a thing as expecting too much?



2654. Would you rather take an hour lunch break or skip lunch and get out of work early?

I skip lunch every day, and don’t get out of work any earlier.


2655. Do you believe that happiness is equal to fakeness? shallowness? joy? something good that happens? an attitude you have inside no matter what happens?

Two of these are not like the others…


2656. Can you control your emotions? have you ever tried?

To a certain extent.


2657. Imagine you are 34 weeks pregnant. You are healthy and you didn’t have any major problems in your pregnancy. Would you consider flying from the UK to Germany, which takes one hour, whithout a bad feeling that something could go wrong or the baby decides to come out earlier?

Yes. It’s only an hour.


2658. How long do you think it would take you to jog a mile?

Like, 15-20 minutes?


2659. Word assciation:

twilight:  edward and bella

garden: Japanese garden

warm: summer

stars: moon

crash: auch

mold: gross

gold: gimme

green: apple

lush: garden


2660. Picture a triangle: Quick! What color is it? 


Picture a square. Quick! What color is it?


Picture a circle. Quick! What color is it?


Why do you think you saw these shapes as these colors?

No clue.


2661. What things are endless?

This survey.


2662. Are you ever subtle?

I can be if I want to.


2663. Because we don’t know when we will die, we get to think of life as an inexhaustible well. Yet everything happens a certain number of times, and a very small number, really. How many more times will you remember a certain afternoon of your childhood…some afternoon that’s so deeply a part of your being that you can’t conceive of your life without it? How many more times will you watch the full moon rise? How can you fully appreciate these moments, every moment, when it all seems limitless? ~Paul Bowles except from The Sheltering Sky

I don’t agree at all. We know there’s an end to everything, we know time isn’t limitless. So we tend not to sweat the smaller things in the long run. Why do I care about one childhood afternoon in the past if I can have more experiences before time runs out? I agree we need to cherish moments but we shouldn’t dwell on them too long because you might miss out on something else that’s great and wonderful.


2664. Do you never have an ordinary day?

I have plenty of ordinary days. But ordinary isn’t bad.


2665. Do you embrace every single thing you’ve never known?



2666. Has anyone ever mistaken you for a satanist?

No. Well, not that I know off.


2667. Can stress sometimes be good?



2668. Write something random, just whatever flows out of your head without thinking. Forget punctuation just try to type as fast as you think:

I don’t want to.


2669. Are you a musical snob? How about a film snob?



2670. When you were in school did you learn to think or repeat?



2671. Do you have everything you need to be happy? If not, what is missing?

Well some more money would be nice.


2672. Would you take a very casualy dropped ‘maybe I should just kill myself’ as a warning ssign?



2673. What does the word ‘ironic’ mean? Can you give an exaple of an ironic situation?

I feel like this is a question you would see on an English exam. But anyway irony would be bragging about you perfect dental health only to find out that afternoon you have a cavity.


2674. What did you see today that was beautiful in an ordinary way?

The sun shining through my curtains.


2675. Have you ever been on the edge of the night?



2676. Do you feel oppressed in some way?



2677. Who do you think shot JFK? Who do you think shot Martin Luthar King? Why do you think they got shot?

Don’t know. And because people weren’t agreeing with them.


2679. Are you aware that although only about 14 percent of the american total population is black, that about 70 percent of the people in jail in america are black? Why do you think that is? What conclusion can you draw based on this?

Not kicking this waspnest.


2678. Do you think that the culture you live in is completely open to all ideas and forms of expression?

Definitely not.


2680. What do you think of the character (muppet) on sesame street that has aids and should this kind of a theme be explored in children’s television?

We don’t have that character in our sesame street. And I don’t know. Not everything has to be educational or serve a social purpose. Sometimes things can just be entertainment and I think sesame street is one of those things that should be entertainment only.


2681. Are you dyslexic?



2682, Can you construct a bong out of: household objects? an apple? your cat?

I don’t have a cat. The otherwise, maybe with the help of youtube. But why would I want too?


2683. Starwars, star trek or star gate?



2684. Windows or mac?



2685. Do you start conversations or wait for other people to start them?

Depends on the situation. I don’t have issues with either.


2686. How many phallac symbols can you think of?



2687. Would you but tickets to see the top ten american idols sing live?

Definitely not. Biggest waste of money ever :’)


2688. A bird may love a fish…but where would they live?

On the edge of the riverbank, half submerged, half above the surface.


2689. Are you a hologram or a misfit?



2690. How are you oriented sexually? Do you agree with the people who say that everyone is bi-sexual even if they don’t want to admit it?

Straight. And not really. There’s a big difference between finding someone from the opposite/same sex handsome or pretty and finding them sexually attractive.


2691. If you are the only human on the planet of the apes do you have sex with an ape?



2692. If you aare making out with a sex someone and you reach down and find they have a fish tail instead of legs do you still fool around with them?



2693. Does superman wear kryptonite condoms?

Maybe. Ask him.


2694. Do you know exactly where you are? Do you know the meaning of it all? Do you know the distance to the sun? Do you know the echo that is love?

Does anyonen?


2694. Do you believe you are: extraordinary? Blessed? Cursed? Won?

All of them and none of them at the same time. On a smaller scale yes, on a universal scale, no.


2695. What are you doing this weekend?

Weekend is already over! And currently in Japan :)


2696. Do you believe that black people should get money to make up for their previous enslavement? Do you believe that all oppressed people should get money to make up for their oppression?



2697. What’s a quagmire?

The guy from Family Guy?


2698. Is philosophy a science or can everyone have their own philosophy?

That doesn’t mean it can’t be science? A lot of scientists base their work on their philosophy. Eventhough they might not call it that.


2699. Are you a big fish in a small pond?



2700. Would you like to read an entire novel written in stream of consiousness form?

Depends on the subject of the novel.

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