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What is your favorite thing about spring?
Where do you believe you where before you were born?
When was the last time you really laughed?
What major company would you like to work for?
What word do you have trouble saying?
What is your favorite song from a Broadway musical?
What is the most dramatic view you have seen?
What is the prettiest place you have been?
What sports team do you love to see lose?
Would you ever live in New York City? Why?
What time do you wake up in the morning?
What musical instrument do you play?
What meal was your mothers best?
Who is there in your life that you would take a bullet for?
What goals do you have for your children?
What color underwear do you think the person to your right is wearing?
What is your dream car?
What in your life do you "do by the numbers"?
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