What is the most useful gift you’ve ever been given?
I’m not going to lie, the most useful gift that I can think of that I’ve received is money. Tuition and textbooks are expensive and I’m paying for my education myself at the moment.
Name the most terrifying moment of your life so far.
Umm… I have to only pick one? Being in a plane when it’s going through turbulence… Being in a car that my father is driving (now that I’m aware of issues with driving, because I drive, I realize how unsafe he is)… But I’d have to say one of the more terrifying moments would be… when the earthquake occurred in LA (my sister lives down there). When the earthquake occurred in China and I wasn’t sure where it was centred (I have a lot of relatives there). And… when 9/11 occured (my parents had boarded a plane that morning and I couldn’t remember what their flight numbers were or what the air plane company names were).
One hot summer afternoon, while walking through a parking lot at a large shopping center, you notice a dog suffering badly from the heat inside a locked car. What would you do?
Well… See, I’m not a big fan of dogs. If I was a good person, I would get something and get the window open. Like just pick up a rock and break it open. But since I’m not the best person in the world… If I was making my way to into the shopping centre, I would go to the customer service desk with the license plate number and tell them what was going on and let them deal with it. But if I was going away from the shopper centre, I’m not sure what I would do about it, if anything. It really depends on where I’m going after, what time of the day it is, if I have perishable food items in my shopping cart. (Yes, I realize that this is going to completely make me sound like a horrible human being and I’m going to have PETA and animal activists spamming my website when in reality, you can’t really hold me responsible for not getting the dog out – after all, I’m not the owner.)
Useful gifts: art supplies, money, gift certificates…
Most terrifying moment of my life: Can’t think of one specific one
For the dog: Phone animal control