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I think this is a good question but here are some ideas

  • Number of times you go to work/school hungover.
    • Never, I study the Holy Scripture every night.
    • Once, but I've learned my lesson.
    • At least once a week.
    • 2-3 times a week.
    • 4-5 times a week.
    • Man, couldn't tell you right now my head hurts to much to count. By the way where are we going for lunch?
    • Never, I make sure I'm still drunk.
  • Number of times you workout at the gym durring a week.
    • Never, I have the body of a god/goddess!
    • 1-2 times / wk
    • 3-5 times / wk
    • 5 + times / wk
    • Never, why can't you love me the way I am!
  • The most importaint thing about a prospective partner is:
    • Money
    • Looks
    • Intelligence
    • Own a car
    • Responcability
    • Willingness to have threesomes
    • Simular religious beliefs
    • Be Microsoft/Intel free
  • My first sexual experience happened when I was:
    • Before 13
    • 14
    • 15
    • 16
    • 17
    • 18
    • Hopfully some time this week
    • I don't like to think about it. I had to put Rover to sleep last year.

In reply to Ideas by little_mistress
in thread Most likely message for vroom to receive from a magic 8 ball by vroom

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