Petrichor wrote:What's a good book that most people probably haven't read?
Is there a food you hated as a kid that you're okay with now?
1. When I was in grade school, I loved the book Frightful's Mountain
by Jean Craighead George. It uses an engaging story about a falcon and her "person" to teach about ecology and conservation. I still have a soft spot for that book.
Danadelfos wrote:If you could choose one emotion that you would never have again, what emotion would that be?
If you could know three languages fluently which three would they be?
Who is your favorite actor/actress?
How many cats is too many cats?
What is something you would want written in your obituary?
2. Including or in addition to English? If we're going with in addition to English, I'll pick Spanish, French, and Russian.
3. I'm going to exclude Broadway, because that would be a LOOOONG list. Tom Hanks, Julie Andrews and Jimmy Stewart are standing out to me as all-time Hollywood faves. But I also have a semi-permanent crush on Lucas Till.
5. That I showed the love of Christ to everyone around me.
radgeek wrote:What is the oddest item to use as a planter?
This is SUCH an interesting question! There are so many quirky, odd, fun things you could use as a planter.
I've seen people plant things in shoes, and that's kinda cute.