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#1

You're at Thanksgiving dinner and your Uncle John starts saying some...unfortunate things relating to race. What do you do?

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  • I just ignore him and keep talking to someone else.

  • I ask him about that project he’s been working on around the house. Hopefully it’ll change the topic.

  • I straight up tell him that it’s inappropriate.

  • I ask one of the kids to create a distraction.

  • I go to a different room.

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#2

Wait, where's your wallet? Did you leave it somewhere? You can't find it. What's your plan?

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  • I basically panic, then retrace my steps.

  • I look everywhere that I have been for the last day until I find it. I won’t stress out until I know I can’t find it.

  • I ask my friends to check, call places I’ve been, and see if anyone has noticed it.

  • I’ve got a tracker in it, so it’s easy enough to find.

  • I’m always misplacing it, so I check the usual spots that I leave it.

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#3

You host a party and you know you've got two distinct groups of friends showing up. How do you make the party a success?

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  • I create some icebreaker type games to get everyone interacting.

  • I try to have a bunch of fun stuff for people to do; good drinks, maybe some games, good music, and let things happen organically.

  • I just tell them they’re all my friends so they’ll get along.

  • I theme the party something wild that will get everyone talking.

  • I try to have a couple hangouts with people mixing up the two groups of friends before the party so that when the party happens it won’t be split in two.

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#4

Mom is asking about grandkids again. What's the response?

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  • “I don’t like it when you pressure me about this. Please stop.”

  • “Hey, I think dad needs help. I’m going to go see what he’s up to.”

  • “Hey weren’t you just telling me about Karen at work? What did she do this time?”

  • “Oh haha, you’re so funny, grandma.”

  • “Babies are parasites.”

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#5

You just bought a new house! Congrats! Now it's time to move all of your stuff. What's your approach?

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  • I create a master spreadsheet and pack over the course of a few weeks.

  • I try to put things mostly in boxes that correspond to rooms but get overwhelmed halfway through and honestly end up just doing whatever I can to get from one house to the other.

  • I hire some movers.

  • I trust that it will all get done on time, but I try to work on it bit by bit. Mostly I just focus on not stressing myself out.

  • I procrastinate a whole lot, but when I get into gear I get it all done in a night.

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#6

You've got a cold and you're just sick enough that you COULD make it in to work but it would be miserable. What's your call?

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  • I work from home. That way I can rest AND work.

  • I go in and try to pretend I’m not sick.

  • I just stay home. I let my boss know I’d rather get healthy and get more done tomorrow.

  • I play hooky for the day. I might go out with my friends later too…

  • I bring a water bottle full of Dayquil to work with me. Git it done.

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