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#1

Do you ever clip your toenails when someone else is in the room?

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  • No way. That noise is so annoying.

  • Only when there’s absolutely nowhere else to go.

  • I have a few times, but I don’t make a practice of it.

  • Yeah, what’s the big deal?

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#2

Have you ever ghosted someone?

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  • Yes

  • I mean, ghosted is a strong word, but I’ve definitely provided less closure than I should have.

  • Of course not! If I don’t want to see someone anymore, I talk to them in person and let them down easy.

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#3

Let's say you're going out for drinks with your friends. How often are you the DD?

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  • My friends and I usually rotate or split an Uber.

  • DD sucks. I’m almost never DD.

  • I don’t love being DD, but if it means my friends getting home safe, I’ll always stay sober.

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#4

Have you ever touched a pregnant woman's stomach without asking her, or being married to her?

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  • Yes

  • No

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#5

You're at work and you see your coworker waltz in two hours late. TWO HOURS. What do you do?

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  • Check in with them and see if everything’s OK. What if they got in a car accident or something?

  • Tell the boss.

  • Watch and see if the boss gets mad. If not, I might not make it in exactly on time every day in the future…

  • Eh, ignore it. Not my business.

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#6

Let's say your kid comes home with a bad grade on a test and you just know they didn't deserve it. How would you handle the situation?

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  • I immediately call the school. This is completely unacceptable and I WILL get it fixed. I’m going over the teacher’s head and straight to the principal.

  • I call the teacher. Maybe there’s something we can do.

  • I give my kid some ice cream to help them feel better.

  • I remind my kid that grades aren’t everything, but at the next conference, I talk to the teacher to get a better understanding of what’s going on.

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