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I Asked My Boyfriend These 20 Questions

Score: 16/20. The fact that we first met as friends in 2017 helped.

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I Asked My Boyfriend These 20 Questions

1. What's my favorite food?

Answer: Chocolate shake

Technically right. (My favorite is chocolate in general.)

2. What instrument do I play?

Answer: Flute

Right

3. What's my favorite restaurant?

Answer: Local Indian or Thai place

Half-right. My absolute favorite is Chick-Fil-A.

4. What's one cause I really care about?

Answer: LGBTQ+ rights

Right

5. Where was I born?

Answer: Shawnee, OK

Wrong. Correct answer: Oklahoma City

6. What dog breed does my mom foster?

Answer: Pit Bulls

Wrong. Correct answer: Great Danes

7. What's my favorite thing about you?

Answer: Dorky personality

Right

8. What is my dream job?

Answer: writer and music teacher

Right (Except for one thing. My dream job is to be a writer and a TESOL instructor.)

9. What's my favorite color?

Answer: no idea

Wrong. Correct answer: pink

10. When did I begin writing?

Answer: middle school

Both right and wrong. I was recognized by my teachers for the first time then, but I began in 3rd grade.

11. What was my original major?

Answer: Music

Right. Specifically music education

12. What genre do I mainly write in?

Answer: Fantasy

Right

13. How many pets do I have, and what are their names?

Answer: Two. A dog named Bindi and a cat named Cookie

Right

14. What does my brother do for a living?

Answer: Paramedic

Right

15. Do I want kids someday?

Answer: Absolutely

Right

16. What does my sister want to be?

Answer: Recreational Therapist

Right

17. What unique pet did I have in high school?

Answer: Anole

Wrong. Correct answer: hedgehog

18. Who is my least favorite person?

Answer: my ex

Right

19. What is my greatest fear?

Answer: being perceived as worthless

Right

20. What is my biggest insecurity?

Answer: being different from my siblings

Right


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