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100 Stupid Truths Essay

618 words - 3 pages

100 stupid truths..
copy it into ur notebook..and erase my answers and fil urs...and no truthful to urself...ur under oath..main geeta (krishnaji some girl) kasam khata hoon/khatati hoon bhi bolunga/bolungi sach bolunga/bolungi aue sach ki sivaay kuch nahi bolunga/ now ur even under now dun lie...and tag ur friends and dun forget to tag me also...and please be truthful..


1. Last beverage:
2. Last phone call:
3. Last text message:
4. Last song you listened:
5. Last time you cried:


6. Dated someone twice:
7. Been cheated on:
8. Kissed someone & regretted it:
9. Lost someone special:
10. Been depressed:
11. Been drunk and threw up:




15. Made new friends: u
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Name something you CANNOT wait for:
30. Last time you saw your Mother:
31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life?
32. What are you listening to right now:
33. Have you ever talked to a person named Tom:
34. What's getting on your nerves right now:
35. Most visited web page:
36. Whats your real name:
37. Nicknames:
38. Relationship Status:
39. Zodiac sign:
40. Male or female or transgendered:
41. Primary school
42. High School:
43. College:
44. Hair color:
45. Long or short:
46: Height:
47. Do you have a crush on someone?
48: What do you like about yourself?
49. Piercings:
50. Tattoos:
51. Righty or lefty:


52. First surgery:
53. First piercing:
54. First best friend:
55. First vacation:
56. First crush:


59. Eating:
60. Drinking:
61. I'm about to call:
62. Listening to:
63. Waiting 4:


64. Want kids?
65. Get married?
66. Careers in mind?
67. Lips or eyes:
68. Hugs or kisses:
69. Shorter or taller:
71. Romantic or spontaneous:
72. Nice stomach or nice arms:
73. Sensitive or loud:
74. Hook-up or relationship:
75. Trouble maker or hesitant:


76. Kissed a stranger:

77. Drank hard liquor:
78. Lost glasses/contacts:
79. Sex on first date:
80. Broken someone's heart:
81. Had your own heart broken:
82. Been arrested: by cops?

83. Turned someone down:
84. Cried when someone died:
85. Liked a friend that is a girl?

86. Yourself:
87. Miracles:
88. Love at first sight:

89. Heaven:

90. Santa Clause:

91. Kiss on the first date:

92. Angels:


93. Is there one person you want to be with right now?
94. Had more than one boyfriend/girlfriend at one time?
95. Did you sing today?
97. If you could go back in time, how far would you go?

98. If you could pick a day from last year and relive it, what would it be?
99. Are you afraid of falling in love?
100. Posting this as 100 truths?

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