Thursday, June 16, 2005
Ask Me No More Questions, I’ll Tell You No More Lies
(Swiped from “Dalisair”:http://www.livejournal.com/users/dalisair/)
Reply to this post. In this reply, ask me any number of questions, as awkward or embarrassing as you like, absolutely anything at all. I promise to answer every question in complete honesty. Ask anything you want to know about me, all you have to do is ask it. Then, copy the text of this post and post in in your own blog, if you like.
For the time being, because this could turn very private, comments are being moderated.
Posted by Liberty on 06/16 at 04:00 PM
natedawg at 06/17/05 12:46 AM
If you had to seduce someone of your choice, how exactly would you do it. You can control the time, setting, place, and atmosphere, this is in ideal conditons.
Pooka at 06/17/05 06:38 AM
What are three questions you would ask someone (one or more someones) close to you.? (sounds like cheating, but the question can define the questioner)
What do you want?
Aimee at 06/17/05 08:16 AM
If you could go back over your life and change one thing, undo one thing or make a different choice at some point, what would it be?
http://www.therapyfailed.com/archives/2005/06/ask_ at 06/17/05 08:51 PM
Stolen from Liberty Reply to this post. In this reply, ask me any number of questions, as awkward or embarrassing as you like, absolutely anything at all. I promise to answer every question in complete honesty. Ask anything you want…
Hammy at 06/19/05 01:53 AM
What is the one thing you dislike most about me, shared regardless of how you think I might find this admittance?
What dreams have you still in your heart, that remain unfulfilled, unanswered, unexplored - because of familial duties or matrimonial ties or personal shortcomings?
Tell me something you’ve never dared to speak to me, whether this is positive or negative, magical or mundane, speak the forbidden thought.
After I wrote these out, I paused for some time considering the merit of each. Are these worthwhile things to ask of you? Does it serve any greater purpose? Will it somehow enrich or enlighten you or I in the answering? The reply - at least in my mind - is, frankly, no. But you’ve opened the door, and I’m stepping through, and the morbid and negative element of my persona has decided to take up the reins and steer my line of thought. Forgive me in advance for this, Liberty. But between you and me, asking nicey-nice sugary puff-piece questions really isn’t all that juicy or stimulating or thought-provoking, now is it?