What do you hope you grow out of? This question gives me hope that I can still grow out of things at the age of thirty. I honestly hope I grow out of my tendency to diminish myself and my intellect.
What is the healthiest and unhealthiest thing you do on a regular basis? The healthiest: I take my medication regularly and I recycle. The unhealthiest: I drink soda.
When looking for a significant other, what three things are most important (besides looks)? 1. How do they treat wait staff/retail employees? 2. Can they read music? 3. How often/quickly do they text/call back?
How much do you judge a person by their appearance? It wouldn’t be the truth if I said ‘not at all’, but after living next door to a crack house that had prostitutes walking up and down the street at all hours, it basically comes down to how adequately you’re dressed to have small children see you in public when they get off of a school bus.
What is the most embarrassing thing you own? A blue stuffed platypus that I will never, ever give up. Fight me.
What is the strangest habit you have? I hang all the clothes in my closet by color.
What movie made you cry the most? So many. Almost any movie involving the U.S. military (especially after my brother served in the Navy).
What was one of the happiest moments of your childhood? They all involve the pool at my grandparents house in Sebring. So many great times happened there.
What was the worst date that you’ve ever been on? I genuinely don’t like talking about this.
What’s your favorite vacation memory from when you were a child? Being at the beach with my immediate and extended family.
What belief do you have that most people disagree with? That it’s possible to live a life without a credit/FICO score.
What impression do you try to give when you first meet someone? That I’m a happy, outgoing person who’s well-connected and popular.
Who or what inspires you to be a better person? My former roommate, Jenna. She’s successfully lost over 100 pounds just by diet and exercise, and she’s incredibly positive and open about the entire journey.
What’s the TLDR description of your last relationship? Guy convinces girl to keep it a secret the entire time, he loses his mind when she decides to move away for college. The end.
If you found out your current life has been just a dream, would you choose to wake up? (You don’t know if your real life would be better or worse.) I would not wake up. I am fully aware of how fortunate I am with my job, my friends, my apartment, and family.
What dumb thing did you believe for a really long time? That Democrats are evil.
What are some things you would you like to achieve before you die? Scuba dive again, see the Northern Lights, fall in love.
Where would you like to retire? Colorado
What brings you the most joy in life? Giving things to friends.
What is the best and worst part of your personality? Best: I remember birthdays and send out cards for practically everything. Worst: I bring myself down in front of other people which essentially forces them to bring me up.
How would your perfect partner treat you? With respect, but it’s more than that. Would they think about their actions or things they say and how it could affect me in the short/long term? Would they assume I would or would not want to do something with them? Things like that.
Source: Personal questions to ask a girl