How to Really Know Someone, Vol. 5

Since my head’s still non-functional today and I seem to be having a really bad case of writer’s block, I thought I’d follow through with this tag post that I started some time last year and abruptly stopped doing after just merely a few posts.

I’m gonna follow the same setup — answer seven questions per post. And if you feel like doing this yourself, here’s the list of all 100+ questions at your disposal.

29. Which is worse, failing or never trying?
I’m bad at failing which is why I almost always never try anything. But if we’re to go Oprah on each other, then I suppose the worse thing is to never try because if you at least tried doing it, then there wouldn’t be a ton of what ifs polluting your brain. And I suppose what ifs are a lot worse than failing.

30. Have you ever taken care of a sick person?
If we’re referring to sick as in sick with a flu or something like that, then yes, I have.

31. Who are the people who have influenced you?
I am influenced by no one and everyone at the same time. How that’s possible? Well, beats me because I really can’t think of a single person that has greatly influenced my life and/or my choices.

32. Which of the four cardinal virtues do you embody the most?
Okay, so I had to Google these four cardinal virtues thing and it turns out that I have to read long-ass descriptions of each and I’m not gonna bother with that because it’s a Monday and I’m too lazy to be a functioning human being today, so nope. Moving on.

33. What are some things you like about your sibling?
So I have a half-brother and a half-sister but I grew up with neither of them since they’re both practically old enough to be my parents (long story). I don’t know them that well, especially my brother since I can count on one hand the number of times that I’ve seen him in my 26 years of existence on this planet.

I will say though that the one thing that I like about my sister (cause she’s the one I’m closer with) is her strength, tenacity, and the fact that she’s more than willing and capable to fight for her children.

34. Would you save an extremely talented musician who has the influence to promote good values for the world or a pregnant woman in a situation where it is certain you must choose one over the other?
Easy — talented musician. I have been saved by music one too many times. And I know A LOT of people who have been as well. You’ve no idea what music can do to people unless you’ve been in the same situation.

35. If you could choose the sex and physical appearance of your soon-to-be-born child, would you do it?
Okay, let’s be clear on this fact first: I don’t want to have any children. I’ve no plans of bringing a child into this world and I have no plans of raising one as well. I just don’t.

But if we’re being hypothetical here, the only way that I would raise a child is if I would adopt one so yes, in that case, I’d get to choose the sex and physical appearance of my child.


I suppose doing this is a bit like cheating the challenge, but whatever, my head’s just not in it these days. Universe, give me back my brain!

DAY 16/30 → #30DaysOfWriting challenge for the entire month of April. Also, check out the first time I took part in this challenge.

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