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The Life Lessons Questions are a different set of questions than the Get To Know You questions. There is some significant overlap between the questions. Some of these questiosn will be less meaningful taken out of context. Here are some random questions taken from the Life Lessons set.

Here are 20 Random Life Lesson Questions :


What is the nicest thing a friend has ever done for you?

How many kids would you like to have?

When has a lie come back to bite you?

If you had to live your life over again, what one thing would you change?

What slang word or phrase do you love to use?

Where did you work before your current Job?

If you had 2 days with no parental supervision, what would you do?

Who is a TV or movie star that you think is lame?

What single piece of technology makes your life easier?

Would you rather spend one year in full Downton Abbey costume or spend the next 45 days living in Kiev, Ukraine?

What is the best invention during your lifetime?

Why is abbreviation such a long word?

In what way are your parents out of date?

If you where on death row, what would you want your last meal to be?

What was the best vacation we went on?

Why the sun lightens our hair, but darkens our skin?

Why do they call a building a buildingwhen it is alread built?

What do you think the best thing would be about being the oppisit sex?

What is the likelihood/ability to transfer locations?

Are you a team player?


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