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Describe what your day has been like so far. But this time, add zombies!
You find a small door on a tree in the forest. Who lives there? Do you knock?
Some shady people are after you and you have to make a quick escape from work (or school). How does it go down?
You find a five-inch tall dragon that seems to take a liking to you. What would you do with him?
Describe your dream vacation.
Is your danger reflex “fight” or “flight”? How do you know?
What’s the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen with your own eyes?
Everybody is good at something. But what are you really, really bad at?
If you could have any job in the world, what would it be?
What accomplishment are you proud of yourself for (no matter how small)?
Imagine that you have enough money that you never need to work again. Would you still have a job? If not, how would you spend your time?
In your opinion, what leads to a full life?
Think about the last time you were passionate about something. What was it?
What has been the happiest period of time in your life so far?
Talk about your favorite summertime memory.
Describe what a utopia would be like.
If you could look into your own future, would you?
You have to commit the perfect crime. What do you do and how?
You’ve been kicked out of your own country! Where do you move to?
Do you need a love life to be happy?
Is there a “soul mate” out there for everyone?
Is it more important to allow yourself to experience sadness, or to focus on the positive?
Describe the most peaceful place you can imagine.
Are you a night owl or an early bird?
Describe the last dream you remember having.