36 questions that lead to love, via NYTimes

When you have friends, torture them with this. If not, teach your dog Romanian.

Set I

  1. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?

M: Jesus
C: Cleopatra or Catherine the great
S: Tracy Chapman (I want to know if my imaginary love is a nice person or an asshole, so I will know if I can trust my feelings again)

  1. Would you like to be famous? In what way?

M: Hell, no. It would scare the shiet out of me to no longer be able to walk and talk by myself (or to stray dogs) on the street without interference. Besides, I suck at small talk.
C: Hell, no. I like feeling anonymous when I’m in a crowd.
S: Yes, I used to want to be famous by winning the Nobel Peace Price, but the fantasy of Nobel Peace Price was a prove of that I made the world a better place. I needed the prove, because I feel guilty of being a rich European. Now that I don’t feel guilty I don’t need to be famous and win the Nobel Peace Price. Now I want to be famous because then I maybe have a better chance to meet Tracy Chapman.

  1. Before making a telephone call, do you ever rehearse what you are going to say? Why?

M: No, psycho. Before saying “alo” I already know if I’m gonna say “hy”, “hello”, “what’s up” or “fuck off”.
C: Yes! I get anxious before making a call. Practicing helps.
S: Sometimes if it’s a formal call about a job or if I want to avoid a conflict with a friend

  1. What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?

M: A day in the forest, with a dog and red, dry wine. By myself.
C: A relaxing day in the mountains by a lake. Go for a hike. Have a nice meal and some good sex with someone I enjoy.
S: A sunny Day where I went to the forest in day time. Have a good meal and went to a cultural event in the evening like at theater or a concert with somebody nice, who love the forest and share my taste in theater and music. Continuă să citești