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Asking My Ten Year Old Sister Funny Questions

This is some funny shiz, yo. Just read her answers PLEASE.

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So it's 11pm and my sister and I can't sleep... so what do we do? Ask each other stupid questions and make it into an article. I will be recording her answers to some *weird* questions. Enjoy. PS. Question 21 has the best response.

1. How are babies made?

"Babies are made by your mother's tummy."

2. What is a period?

"A period is when blood goes out of your private and that's why you use these pads on your undies."

Well, there you have it folks.

3. What is your dream guy?

"You do not need any information about that."

4. Are boys stupid?

"Actually, they are sometimes."

5. Will you be a partier in college or a good student?

"Mmmm... A good student."

Lame.

6. What is a one night stand?

"Isn't it a desk?"

Yes, Alyssa. It is truly a desk.

7. Can we go to bed now?

"No, I can't sleep."

8. Do you like your school teacher?

"I love Clarky the Sharky."

What...?

9. Are you scared of the coronavirus?

*violently screams*

"Yes, I don't want to die."

10. Do you want to be married one day?

"Oh yes."

11. How many kids do you want?

"Not a lot. I would say about one or two."

12. How do you shotgun a beer?

"What do you mean? With a shotgun.."

13. Who is your best friend?

"No comment. I have multiple."

Rude. She should've said me. :(

14. What is a frat party?

"When drunk people go out and get drunk."

Well she ain't wrong folks.

15. What is your biggest fear?

"Snakes, spiders, raccoons... what was it called again?... armadillos."

16. Have you ever kissed a boy?

*giggles*

"I don't want to tell you. I don't want to tell you... But I have."

17. Could you beat me in a cooking competition?

"I am not a good cooker. I would say I am better in wrestling."

18. Why are you stronger than me, an 18 year old?

"Because I drink milk and other dairies."

19. Should I drop out of college?

"Definitely no. I want you to have a good scholarship."

20. Do you think I will be a good PA?

"Yes."

Awe, thanks.

21. What nickname would you call your boyfriend?

"Well he already moved somewhere but his nickname would probably be my cuddly bear."

What the actually DUCK.

22. Wait... who is your boyfriend???

"A hottyyyy. Name's Landon."

23. Are you popular in school?

"To me I am but I don't know to other people if I am."

24. Do you like the cafeteria food?

"I would say it is better than the elementary's so yes."

25. Would you ever cheat on your tests?

"I would never do that because I am a smart kid and I know what I am doing."

Smart kid.

26. Okay time for bed. Okay?

"No."

Sorry kid, lights out.

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