Five Random Questions – Tag

Today we are going to be deviating from my normal book, writing, and personality blog posts to answer a tag that I received last Sunday. Although, since this is about me I could argue that this is a personality blog post…

Anyways, I was tagged by Sirena Rayleeta Lind with the Five Random Question tag. Thanks for tagging me!

What this is, is you go to, and get five random questions to answer, so this could be interesting. 

Anyways let’s get started! I’m going to do this as similarly as I can to the original, but since I like to be able to check grammar before posting, I’m going to do this the normal way which is just writing the entire post and then publishing it. 

Do you believe in God?

Yes, I do.

He made me and everything in the world and He made it perfect, but then we, humans, choose to rebel against Him. He could have hated us and destroyed the entire universe then, but He did not. 

Instead He created a rescue plan. He loved us so much that He decided to save us no matter what it might cost him. 

God came to earth in the form of a man and He died on the cross to save each and everyone of us, so that we can live with Him forever. 

We don’t have to do anything to earn this eternal life. All we have to do is believe that He did come to save us and that he did it, paying the full price. 

I do believe in God.

Would you rather be the smartest moron or dumbest genius?

Wow, okay. After the last question I was expecting something… more… 

Definition of a moron: a stupid person.

Definition of a genius: exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability or a person who is exceptionally intelligent or creative, either generally or in some particular respect.

So, based on these definitions I would rather be the dumbest genius because I am not sure how much even the smartest moron would care for books. 

And while the smartest moron might look smart in compared to other morons, they would still look foolish when compared to normal people, and even the dumbest genius would still look fairly smart when compared to most people. 

What is your favorite drink?

This is the most difficult question yet actually. 

How am I suppose to choose between tea and hot chocolate?

There are so many kinds of delicious teas and there is so many different ways to have them. It can be warming and comforting or cool and refreshing.

And then there is hot chocolate. It’s chocolate. I should not have to explain why this is one of my favorite drinks.

However, when I’ve considered it, I think that I like tea just a bit better than hot chocolate. Tea is seems like a better drink for more situations. 

Would you prefer to live in an urban area or a rural area?

I like the idea of living in a rural area, but I have always lived in an urban area and I do like it. 

So, I guess I would probably prefer to continue to live in an urban area. 

If you knew that you only had a year left to live, what would you do?

I would want to help as many people as I could. There are so many people who need help and I think that knowing that I only had a little bit longer to live would make me work harder to help them. 

I think that it would help me to be bolder too in helping people because I would no longer have to worry about what people think. 

On a less serious note, I would also want to publish a novel. That is something that I really want to do and so having the time limit would mean that I would not have to worry about what people thought about it. 

That brings us to the end of this. Hopefully you know me a bit better than when you started. This was an interesting and different tag than any that I have ever done before. 

I’m tagging:


Lydia Howe

Meg Dowell

Of course if any of you don’t feel like doing this, that’s fine!

Also, if anyone who has not been listed here wants to do this, please, feel free to do it!

10 thoughts on “Five Random Questions – Tag

  1. I love this! Thank you so much for doing this! It’s so much fun!

    Grammar! LOL. I’m not sure if “as close to the original” meant, ‘Shh. I’m posting this with all over the place grammar!’ Mine is so bad! It really is; I should probably be looking to hire a blog post editor, honestly!

    Wow, I should not be this hyper at 7:00 in the morning. Anyway, chocolate. Enough said. Hot chocolate, yes. And tea is just amazing. Have you a favorite brand?

    The answer that leapt out at me most was number one. Amen to that, sister. Amen. I absolutely love this.

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    • I really enjoyed doing this! Thanks for tagging me!

      I’m a bit of a perfectionist, and that’s why I didn’t post in real-time. But I do admire that you did do that. And as close to the original meant for me that I was going to get each question as I finished the last one, maybe I should have made that more clear… Also, since I was writing this post when I was tired my grammar is probably not as good as it should be.

      I like all sorts of tea, but Chai is one of my favorites. Though there are so many delicious teas. What about you?

      And I’m glad that number one leaped out at you. That one was the most important one in my mind.


  2. Great post Aine! I feel like I am getting to know you much better through your amazing posts. I am so impressed with your thought process and your strong moral foundation. Looking forward to your next post.

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  3. Good questions. Lemme give ’em a go.
    1. Yes. Let’s have a beer and get into it.
    2. Smartest Moron. This lot works better with my crippling insecurity. As the DG I would probably know that I am such. As the SM I would be oblivious and feel like a king.
    3. AM: Statistics indicate coffee. PM: I usually order IPAs and talk about God.
    4. Urban. Live in the city for a while and the rhythms feel peaceful. When you visit the wilderness you can enjoy the open space. Live in the wilderness for a while and quiet is normal. When you visit the city it looks and feels like a loud, cramped, mechanical, hellhole.
    5. If the insurance company didn’t know, I’d get a bigass policy worth twice the amount I knew would set up all of my loved ones for a long long time. Once was in place, I would do the conventional bucket-list thing and spend like a madman, up to but not beyond half of my policy. You see… clever…

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