It’s the last one! THE LAST ONE!
4901. Are you a fun lovin criminal?
I’m a boring-enjoying do-gooder.
4902. What do you find yourself encouraging others to try?
Hahaha, probably R.
4903. Mel Brooks or Woody Allen?
Mel Brooks rules.
4904. What do you think of the movie Mystic Pizza?
That sounds familiar, but I’ve never seen it.
4905. Have you ever danced on a table, bar, or other platform?
4906. Where was the most inconvenient place you ever threw up?
When I was little I threw up on a lady during a flight. Not my finest hour.
4907. When was the last time you were up all night?
The night before I flew down to Tucson.
4908. What question will you find the answer to today?
“Will Claudia finally finish this damn survey?”
4909. __ is life. The rest is just details. Fill in the blank.
4910. What did you think of the movie 10 Things I hate about You?
Eh. Not worth the hype.
4911. Ten Things I hate About You or clueless?
4912. What’s the point of robbery when nothing is wrth taking?
4913. What do you do only when you are upset?
We’re not going to get into that.
4914. Can you imagine no love, pride, and deep-fried chicken?
DON’T TAKE MAH CHICKEN!!!
4915. What do you think about flag burning?
I would never personally do it, but I don’t know if it’s something that should be illegal.
4916. Are you cuddley?
4917. Who thinks you are offensive?
Hopefully not too many.
4918. Who deserves an appology from you?
Probably someone, but I can’t think of anyone.
4919. Who owes you an apology?
No one I can think of.
4920. Are there any animals you flat out refuse to touch?
Dragonflies, man. Creepy buggers.
4921. Did you/will you go to the prom?
I did go to the prom. My dress left glitter EVERYWHERE.
4922. Do you have intimacy issues?
4923. have you ever wanted to date twins?
I can barely tell two dramatically different people apart. Could you imagine me with twins?
They’d have to have some pretty screwed up genes to want to date me, anyway.
4924. What website should everyone check out?
4925. Are pigeons flying rats?
Pigeons aren’t so bad.
4926. Are shrimp sea roaches?
Haha, I’ve never heard them referred to as such.
4927. What was the last compliment you received?
I don’t remember.
4928. Do you push people away when you really want them to come closer?
4929. Do you ever just stop and listen?
4930. Do you lie your way out of things?
I used to.
4931. What only happens once in a lifetime?
4933. Is this life just practice?
Practice for what?
4934. Know of any conspiracy theories you think might be credible?
That Google will take over the world.
4935. What gives you happy shivers?
4936. Do you have a new attitude?
4937. Have you ever read at a poetry reading?
your own poem?
Indeed. I won some award thingy and they wanted me to read.
4938. Do you feel more like laughing or crying?
I feel like singing, actually. Time for some Boston!
4939. Who is brilliant?
4941. Who just needs a little love?
4942. Do you prefer when things come with no assembly required, even if they are a bit more expensive?
I suck at manual dexterity, so yes.
4943. Start a sentance with the words what if:
“What if we found happiness?
4944. Is life all fun and games?
Depends on how you look at it.
Should it be?
4945. What is the highest number you can count to in your head?
Over NINE THOUSAAAND!
4947. What is your favorite flavor of coffee?
4948. Do you ever think about time travel?
Hahahahaha, my NaNo makes me want to kill myself.
4949. What does the number 49 remind you of?
Vancouver. Dammit, Vancouver.
4950. What’s your favorite movie that involves dancing?
Is there dancing in The Brave Little Toaster? I guess they jive with the animals in the forest, eh?
4951. How often do you:
see this survey somewhere on the main page?
check out other people who are doing this survey?
I did at the beginning.
4952. How many minutes (on average) does it take you to complete one section of this survey that is 50 questions long?
It takes me like five hours ’cause I always get distracted by other oh hey I should go check Tumblr for the eightieth time today.
4953. Multiply that number by 100 to find the aproximate number of minutes you have spent on the entire survey:
Actually, it varies quite a bit now that I think about it.
4956. Do you wish you had that time back?
What’s done is done.
4957. Are you going to miss this survey when it is gone?
Yes, but I’m sure my readers won’t.
4958. What are you going to fill your free time up with when this is over?
4959. Did you learn anything about yourself by taking this?
That I have no life.
4960. Did you learn anything about me (age, gender, tastes, impression, etc)?
Spelling. It’s an issue for you.
4961. Has doing nothing ever felt so good as when you’re doing this survey?
I can think of better things.
4962. You are about to complete the survey. Are you proud?
4963. Name 3 things everyone should know about you:
I love statistics, I love color, and I’m obnoxious.
4964. Have they changed since you started this survey (that was question 2)?
I don’t even know what my first answer was.
4965. What date did you start this survey?
Pfft, like two years ago.
What date is it today?
How many days is that in all?
Too many for this nonsense.
4966. Did you enjoy the start, middle, or end of the survey more?
The middle wasn’t bad.
4967. Were you still interested by the end or did you just want to finish out of stubborness?
4968. Do you have a favorite part of the survey?
Man, it’s taken me so long to do this that I can’t remember way back when.
4969. Would you finish the survey if it was upped to 10,000 questions?
4970. Did you feel like the survey covered enough different topics or did it seem limited?
It was fine.
4971. Did anyone read your survey all the way through?
4972. In a few minutes, when you finish, will you feel like you’ve accomplished something?
4973. Were you avoiding anything by doing this survey?
4974. How would you describe taking this survey to someone who hasn’t taken it?
“Get Spell Check a’goin’.”
4975. Is there any topic or topics that this survey covered to often?
A lot of questions dated it quite severely.
4976. Will you be glad it’s over or bummed that it’s gone?
Both. Though I’m sure my readers are like “THANK GOD”
4977. Give the survey a a rating from one to ten for interestingness (1 is super interesting):
4979. Are all endings really beginings in disguise?
In a way.
4980. Are you ever going to read over your survey answers?
Maybe. Doubtful, though.
4981. If you retook this survey in 1 year would most of your answers stay the same?
4982. How did you find this survey to begin with?
Haha, I can’t remember, actually.
4983. what made you decide to take it?
Dude. It’s what I do.
4984. Is this the best survey you’ve ever taken?
4985. Could you write 5,000 questions for a survey (I’d take it, if you did)?
Probably. Hell, I have enough experience with surveys to do so.
4986. Name something more fun than filling out this survey:
Obsessing over Leibniz.
Name something filling out this survey was more fun than:
4987. Should the survey have been more organized, for ex. should each section have had it’s own theme?
I’m always for more organization, yo.
4988. Were the questions
No such thing!
Some of them, yes.
Some were too dated to be relevant at all anymore.
4989. What will you miss most about this survey?
Using it on days where I have nothing else ot talk about, haha.
4990. If we met would we likly become friends?
4991. Are we friends now?
Well, you know an awful lot about me now, eh?
4992. Are you getting excited?
4993. Did you inspire or offer a question in this survey?
4994. Is your heart beat rising?
OH GOD THE ANTICIPATION
4995. Would you go insane if the survey eneded right here, before reaching 5,000?
That would be hilarious yet tragic.
4996. I’ve asked you so many questions. What question would you like to ask me?
What motivated you to write 5,000 questions in survey form?
4997. Is there a subject that you love so much you wish all 5,000 questions had been about it (David Bowie for instance)?
Statistics. Philosophy. Leibniz.
4998. Are you shivering with anticipation?
4999. Are you about to party like we’re at question 4,999?
Hell yeah, get the Red Bull.
5000. Are you still the same person you wre when you began this survey?
We’re never the same.
Congratulations! You’ve officially finished the 5,000 Question Survey!