15 Questions That Will Test How Well You Really Know Your Parents
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15 Questions That Will Test How Well You Really Know Your Parents

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15 Questions That Will Test How Well You Really Know Your Parents

Here's a fun little activity for you on this fine day!

Go through the list and guess what you think is the correct answer. Then ask your parents their answers to see how many you got correct. I provided my answers just so you can get the idea.

AUTHOR'S NOTE: If you don't have parents, you can this with any person you'd like.

1. He/She is sitting in front of the TV. What are they watching?

My mom is either watching the black screen (she doesn't really watch TV) or she's watch HGTV or Hallmark. My dad is watch something related to sports, news, or the History Channel.

2. Usually, what dressing does he/she eat on their salad?

My mom really likes Italian, ranch, or pickle juice (it's really healthy). My dad really likes ranch.

3. Name something he/she hates.

My mom hates when someone messes with her kids or husband. My dad hates when I fight with my sister.

4. You go out to eat, what does he/she drink?

My mom is definitely drinking water with lemon and sweet-n-low. My dad is drinking sweet tea or water.

5. What is his/her favorite music to listen to?

My mom loves 80s music, Christian music, or any kind of music that makes her dance. My dad can rock out to 80s hair bands or old country music.

6. What is his/her nickname for you?

My mom calls me Kallie Poo or Kal. My dad calls me Kal.

7. What is something he/she collects?

My mom collects my artwork from the very beginning to now, and she also collects planners. My dad used to collect Dale Ernhart memorbilia.

8. What would he/she eat everyday, if they could?

My mom would eat chips and cheese dip EVERYDAY! My dad would eat steak, for sure.

9. What is his/her favorite color?

My mom's favorite color is purple. My dad's favorite color is green or orange because they go along with hunting.

10. What would he/she NEVER wear?

You wouldn't catch my mom dead in a fanny pack. My dad would never wear skinny jeans or a v-neck.

11. What is his/her favorite sports team?

My mom loves the Razorbacks. My dad is a diehard Razorback fan.

12. What is something that you do that he/she wishes you wouldn't do?

My mom really wishes I'd stop being so hard on myself. My dad wants me to stop fighting with my sister.

13. you bake him/her a cake for their birthday. What is it?

My mom would rather have a cheesecake. I'd make my dad yellow cake with chocolate frosting in a cup of milk.

14. What is his/her favorite animal?

Both parents love our dogs too much to have a favorite animal over them.

15. What could he/she spend all day doing?

My mom would probably like quality time with the family. My dad (every time he is off) is constantly fixing something or going somewhere. He kind of likes to spoil us.

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