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Here's a game I saw on Anju's blog, it's pretty interesting. Set your music player (ipod or itouch or whatever) to the random mode and then answer the questions below. Skip a track to get to the next answer. I use my phone to store songs, cause I just can't carry around too many things when I go out....

"If someone says 'Is this okay?', you say?"
Heal the world by Michael Jackson

"What would best describe your personality?"
Listen to the Radio by Don Williams

"What do you like in a guy/girl?" 
What Kinda Gone by Chris Cagle

"How do you feel today?"  
My World by Avril Lavigne

"What is your life's purpose?"  
Accidently in Love by Counting Crows

"What is your motto?"  
What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong

"What do your friends think of you?" 

"What do you think of your parents?"  
Seek Ye First (a Gospel song)

"What do you think about very often?" 
One Thing by Finger Eleven
"What is 2+2?"  
As the Deer (another Gospel song)

"What do you think of your best friend?"  
Nothing New Over the Moon by Le Ann Rimes

"What do you think of the person you like?" 
I Believe in Love by Don Williams

"What is your life story?"  
Write this down by George Strait

"What do you want to be when you grow up?"  
100 Years by Five for Fighting

"What do you think when you see the person you like?" 
I adore you by Nikki Hassman (from the Wedding Planner)
"What do your parents think of you?" 
Halo (One Tree Hill Soundtrack)

"What will you dance to at your wedding?"  
Crawling by Linkin Park

"What will they play at your funeral?"  
We weren't crazy by Josh Gracin

"What is your hobby/interest?" 
There's no limit by Deana Carter

"What is your biggest secret?" 

"What do you think of your friends?"  
Somebody Like You by Keith Urban

"What should you post this as?"  
Something's Never Change by Tim McGraw


Jude said…
change my blog link
Anju said…
I wonder what that "one thing" is.... hahahaha!

The 100 years and halo answers are funny!
The Mahathma said…
u have a blend of classics and pathetic songs
The Mahathma said…
and why do u both search and keep finding something in each others blog ! go search elsewhere ! there is lot more stuff ull like scattered !

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