We are a product of the environment we live in. It is only natural to question our society and how we relate to it. We will also examin how our society relates to the world at large. Questions on holidays are also categorized here. We also address questions of law and societies through time.
If you were a criminal master mind, what would be your criminal racket?
Who is someone from your past that you are sorry you lost track of?
What is your favorite day of the week?
Where were you in life 10 years ago?
What culture not your own do you respect?
What is your warmest birthday memory?
What is the best costume you have worn?
What traditional gender roles do you agree with?
What makes you feel young?
What is your favorite holiday?
Who do you try to impress?
What song typifies the last 24 hours of your life?
If you had to act your age what behavior would you change?
What part of pop culture do you wish would just go away?
If you could have a drink with someone from history who would it be?
Have you ever been mentioned in the newspaper?
Do you have faith in the next generation? Why?
What do you do to impress someone you are attracted to?
What slang word or phrase is most over used?
What do you feel strongly enough about to protest?
If you had an extra hour every day what would you do with it?
When in your life have you needed an alibi?
If you could break one law with impunity what would it be?
What slang word or phrase do you love to use?
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Although nature commences with reason and ends in experience it is necessary for us to do the opposite, that is to commence with experience and from this to proceed to investigate the reason. - Leonardo da Vinci