If a theme song played every time you entered a room, what would it be?
(Ballad of Mona Lisa - by Panic! At the Disco)
Honestly kind of temporary, couldn't think of anything but I really like the concept of this question. Might change this if I can think of something perfect, but this'll do for now.
Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf for 24 hours?
I have a friend that sometimes calls me a hobbit due to my height. But I'd much rather be an elf.
If you were in a witness protection program, what would be your new name and where would you go?
Raven Kray - England, United Kingdom.
If you inherited a single room off-the-grid cabin in the woods, would you be excited or disappointed?
I would probably sell it for the money, considering I never go out and I dislike spending a lot of time in nature. Unless it meant something to me, like a relative's place I visited as a child. Though I can't think of any such place I recall from some forest.
Would you like to live to be 200 years old?
No way, that sounds painful.
If you could deliver a speech to the entire world, what would you say?
'Be realistic and focus on actual problems, not words'.
What country would you never want to visit?
Quite a few, but I'll settle with Somalia. Or Saudi Arabia.. either of the two.
If you could get away with a crime, would you? If yes, what would it be?
Grab all the videogames and items I can get my hands on from the closest GameStop store and bring them home.
How would you describe yourself in three words?
Hyperactive. Polite. Strange.
What two languages would you like to be fluent in?
I'm already fluent in two languages, first being my native; Swedish. Secondly English. I'd like to know plenty more languages, if I get the time. First two I'd want to properly learn would most likely be German and French. Other options I'd consider are Turkish and Japanese, the former because my mother's from Turkey and I still got distant relatives that live there.
On a scale from 1-10 whats the highest level of pain youve ever been in?
Honestly, no clue. I was however accidentally struck on the side of my head (right next to my right eye) with a mini-golf club when I was 7 years old, by a fellow classmate. It was so bad that I don't think I felt it at all, I was just screaming and felt nauseous, experiencing shock or something. But if 'so painful that I didn't feel the pain' still counts as pain, then that's that.
What was your first CD and when did you get it?
Probably some old PC-game CDs I inherited from my older brothers, can't name any because it was very long ago.
What fashion trend do you wish would go away?
Anything that has to do with hiphop and rap. Whatever the difference is. The clothing style, the music genre, away with all of it.
What insect do you wish would completely go extinct?
If you had to choose to live without one of your five senses, which one would you give up?
My sense of smell. I've heard that without the sense of smell, you may feel less taste in the things you eat and things may taste a little odd (kind of like when your nose is clogged), but if you never had it, would you even know the difference?
If you could break any world record which one would it be?
Anything related to Coca Cola and/or sleep deprivation.
What do you think phones will be like in 10 years?
If they still exist, I think; probably pretty much the same. Just a lot fancier, a lot more expensive and they'll break even quicker. Maybe with more advanced software, but honestly, I don't think it'll go much further than that.
Describe your own personal hell.
Wasps absolutely fucking everywhere, no videogames/gaming of any form, everything around me would be covered in saliva or grease/oil and hiphop/rap would constantly play in the background.
I don't want to imagine this anymore.
If you found out you were the direct descendant of a king or queen, would that boost your self esteem or have no affect on you at all?
It would be pretty cool, but considering most countries have withdrawn the legitimacy of nobles, their families, as well as royalty - I don't know if it would make a difference. At least I can brag about the cultural and/or historical heritage.
Whats the weirdest dream youve ever had?
Heh. I've had too many weird dreams to rate them on a weirdness-scale. Most of my dreams are in fact absurdly weird.
I've dreamt about being a member of a mansized hamster race, we were enslaved by humanity and kept in apartment blocks with hamster-tube elevators and hamstercage apartments. When we decided to flee the compound, my mom woke me up as it was time for school. I don't know why I remember this dream, it was so long ago. But damn it, mom. We were so close.
I've dreamt about how I entered another world in my dreams, thus I slept in my dream and dreamt inside my dream. This world had a lot of amazing creatures and the world around me was fantasy-like in theme. I woke up in my dream and told my mom about it, and I wanted to go back. Whenever I went there, I was warned not to stay past a certain point of time as that would trap me there forever. Eventually I considered staying. When I eventually woke up from the actual dream and into the real world, I was sleepily still believing it was true for maybe half an hour before I couldn't deny it was all just a dream. It was a sad point for me, because the dream felt so real and I wanted to go back. :c
I've always been very fascinated with the multitude of vampiric lores and mythologies that I used to believe in them for a time as a child. This resulted in many vampire-related dreams over the years. In the few where I was going to be turned into a vampire, I usually woke up way before I reached a satisfactory point, and it was always so very disappointing I could never get where I wanted to go.
There's plenty other dreams I've had that I could list out, but those are some of my more interesting ones. The majority of my dreams have been so incomprehensible that they're really not worth listing out, the actual interesting ones to tell are these that have story and some level of regular progress.
However, most of my dreams (even the progressive and less random ones) tend to have a certain focus, then completely switch focus at some point. Sometimes several times before I wake up. To pose an example of what I mean; let's say you're meant to go on a race through a strangely videogame-like world against other challengers and then you end up at a restaurant, the race stops mattering and all you do is take care of this business, when a shootout happens and then you're on a wild goosechase hunting mobsters.
Sorry, but dreams and their amount of weirdness is one of my favorite topics, so I really got loads to say on it.