Question 1: Pick what stands out most to you?
- That which tempted my foolish heart was deep and uncanny, many-legged and piercing in gaze, watching me quietly and without condescension.
- I sensed a fearfulness of life around me as if it were withering from my spiteful snarl, and a voice spoke, disembodied, “be still, for it cannot find you here.”
- A crunch accompanies the action, carefree and leisurely, a sign of the coming season of darker nights and colder days.
- Something in the waning warmth jolts me, and I call out into the stifling silence, waiting for a reply which does not come.
Question 2: Which of these materials would you make something from?
- Metal, it doesn’t matter what kind. It is cold but trustworthy.
- Wood. It is rigid and unwavering and has a smell of nature.
- Fabric. While it is not the most stable, it is soft and comforting.
- Rock. It’s sturdy and could protect me.
Question 3: How would you describe love?
- Something I’ve always wished for. Stars light the sky, the sun is brighter, the world is a little more on my side.
- My experiences have been warped, and I can’t be sure anymore. I want it to be as bright and airy as everyone describes but I can’t believe it when i tell myself.
- I’m yet to know. I’ve heard so much good and so much bad, and my heart tells me always that the negatives can outweigh any good.
- Something that isn’t for me. I can never quite feel right no matter what happens. I feel as if I’ve been cursed to never know.
Question 1: What has to be broken before it is used it?
Answer: The correct answer is egg