Rule 1: Always post the rules Rule 2: Answer the questions the person who tagged asked then write 11 new ones. Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them to the post Rule 4: Actually tell them you tagged them

1. If you could live anywhere in the world for a year, where would it be?

  • I would live in London, hands down.

2. What is your dream job?

  • In a perfect world, I’d be an actress/director/stage manager, so in real life I’m trying to figure out which I want to actually do.

3. What is your favorite drink?

  • If we’re talkin’ alcoholic, cider.

4. If you could be any First Lady which one would you be?

  • Eleanor Roosevelt because she basically ran the country.

5. What’s your opinion on monograms?

  • They’re okay, I certainly don’t mind them! My brother’s initials are G. D. O., so when his are monogrammed it spells “GOD,” which I find kinda funny.

6. How many children do you want to have (if any)?

  • I want to have 2, hopefully a boy and a girl.

7. What do you think is your greatest talent?

  • I have trouble answering this, because I want to say acting or directing or something, but I think my greatest talent is persuading. I find that that’s a common thread in everything I love to do. 

8. What is your favorite sport?

  • I don’t play any sports now, but I love watching basketball!

9. If you aren’t in college what’s your dream school/If you are what made you choose yours?

  • I go to Drew University, and I chose Drew because it’s small, has a tight-knit community, and one of the best theatre programs in the country. While the food may not be the best, I’ve met some of my best friends there and have had opportunities that I don’t think I would have gotten at any other school.

10. What is your dream car?

  • I’m really not a “car person,” but I really like the car I drive now! It’s a Toyota Corolla, has awesome gas mileage, and gets me where I need to go! Driving a fancy car would be way to stressful for me anyways because I would be afraid of running it into the lawnmower all the time.

11. How do you take your coffee?

  • With skim milk and sometimes a little bit of sugar!

My questions for you (if you choose to do this!)

1. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

2. What was the worst date you’ve ever been on?

3. How old are you and what’s great about being the age you are?

4. If you were in a Miss America pageant (or Mr.), what would your platform be?

5. Are you a cat person or a dog person?

6. What is your favorite article of clothing that you own?

7. Why do you think no one recognized that Miley Stewart and Hannah Montana looked the same?

8. What is your favorite part about the house you grew up in?

9. If you could go back in time 5 years and give yourself a piece of advice, what would it be?

10. What did you go as for Halloween this past year?

11. What is your favorite Olympic sport to watch in the winter? And in the summer?

Tagging only if you wanna/if you haven’t already done this!

i-sea-you-later,

mmmpopp,

belle-tower,

itserinlemon,

yuppadeedooper,

doesmysassinessoffendyou,

starstruck628,

eccckk

sperryweather-willlastforever

prepperonipizza

yuppadeedooper replied to your post2 (almost 3) AM loneliness

I’m so touched to have inspired your writing on some level. It means more than you know. This is beautiful work.

i’m glad you’re happy about it; i was afraid you may think i was stealing a concept or something. and thank you so much; i seem to think and write better late at night/early in the morning. your words inspire me quite a bit though; all of your work is beautiful. continue to write. i don’t know what i’d do without it.

yuppadeedooper said:

47, 71 Haha

47: Most attractive celebrity?

Kellin Quinn. Hands down he’s fucking perfect.

71: If you had a penis, what would you name it?

It would have to be something epic like Slasher or I will ruin your ability to walk by inserting this inside you. Kinda long but it explains a lot and releases me from the liabilities.

I always think to myself that I wish I had a constant in my life; something steadfast. This morning I watched my best friend since the age of ten graduate college amidst white folding chairs and a canopy of oak trees and I realized that she’s been it all along. Congratulations, Jess; these past twelve years are just the beginning.

yuppadeedooper replied to your postyuppadeedooper replied to your post: 2 (almost 3)…

I’m more than happy. I don’t think you’ve stolen at all. I think you made the concept completely you’re own. Please don’t thank me for anything. You don’t know how responsible you are for my perseverance. You make me believe in myself.

well i am certainly glad for that. 
you are a true marvel. and a sweet soul. carry on, my dear. you have much going for you.

yuppadeedooper said:

78, 32 . . . I didn't realize how uncomfortable these questions are lmao

lol yeah they are very personal

32: Fill in the blank: “If they ____________, we are fuckin”

grab my ass and kiss my neck

78: If you had a penis for a day, what are five things you would do?

this is my favorite. First I would pee standing up. Second masturbate. Third fuck some bitch lol. Fourth get head. Fifth probably show everyone. I would honestly just be naked for the whole day because I would be so proud of my dick haha

Yuppadeedooper’s Questions

  1. What is the most common misconception people have about you? Countless people have told me that I’m intimidating which I find absolutely hilarious given my size and my personality. Of course they do not say this after getting to know me, but evidently upon first meeting me the initial impression people get is that I’m some sort of force to be reckoned with.
  2. What is your most unpopular opinion? It can be in respect to politics, popular culture, personal hygiene, anything. I could use my typical Taylor Swift unpopular opinion, but that was unpopular maybe four years ago since everybody jumped on my bandwagon now. SO I will go with this: our culture needs to stop beautifying and glorifying people who are heavy. Now I’m not saying this includes women who are curvy and blatantly at a healthy, average weight, I’m talking about the obviously overweight women and girls who use the societal mantra of loving their bodies to justify the fact that being fat is okay.
  3. What fictitious character have you related to the most thoroughly? Why? Do you realize how difficult this question is?!
  4. What is the most overrated piece of advice you’ve ever personally received? "Why do you let every little thing bother you? If you stop worrying about everything you would be so much happier."
  5. What is your favorite play or musical? Why? I think Chicago will forever be my favorite musical. I love the time period, the cheeky, murderous characters, and the music is spot on and classic.
  6. “It is better to have loved and lost than not to have loved at all.” True or false? Elaborate. True; if you don’t lose certain kinds of love then you will not know the kind of love that is worth keeping.
  7. Which point in time/specific moment/era of your life are you most nostalgic for? Would you relive it for a day? Seventh grade; I would most definitely dress up in my best “Hermione in Prisoner of Azkaban" attire -aka- blue boot cut jeans, pink crew neck t-shirt, pink sweatshirt, and rainbow cloth belt, saunter through the hallways of my middle school, and just learn again.
  8. Describe your first experience being “in love”. If you don’t believe you have ever been in love, describe how you think you’ll ultimately know you’ve encountered the feeling. I was grocery shopping and I wanted him to be there.
  9. What did you wear the day of your biggest fashion blunder? In eighth grade I had this pink tweed skirt from Abercrombie that I paired with a tan sweater and UGGS. In the winter. God forgive me for all my sins.
  10. The best month in your least favorite season is: May.
  11. The most common word used to describe you, is: skinny -___-
  12. Bonus question: Write a brief review of Tommy Wiseau’s “The Room”. “The Room” is filled with the sentimentality of “Forrest Gump,” the passion of “Passion of the Christ,” the psychological thrill of “Inception,” the romance of “Gone With The Wind,” and the timelessness of “Sound of Music.”
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