Awkward questions for adults…

(Jay Z pic by buzz feed)

If you’re feeling serious abort, abort now!!!
1. Did you brush your teeth today?

2. Did you bathe today?

3. Have you ever gone without washing your hands after using the toilet?

4  Do you pick your nose?

     FOLLOW UP

    Can we confirm this with a relative or spouse?



5. Is…[insert name] really your friend?

           FOLLOW UP

     Have you slept with them?



6. How long does google maps say you’ll be?

7. What’s the most prejudice thing that you’ve said or done?



8. Do you have children? 

       FOLLOW UP

    How many children do you have?

        FOLLOW UP 

     Can we call your ex (or plural) to confirm?



9. Are you paying?

      FOLLOW UP

    Did you expect me to pay? 

    FOLLOW UP

If I didn’t have any money would you be able to pay right now?

10. Are you working?

     FOLLOW UP

(Yes)                                                         (No)

How much do you earn?     /      Are you on benefits?

11. Why did you buy me a drink?

12. Can you post a picture without using a filter?

These questions were just for fun so hopefully you didn’t get too riled up. Thank you for reading and my truth is all these questions are actually just that. Questions. However, it’s understandable that social pressures can make the process of answering them quite uncomfortable.

Like some I also have an idea of how I hope my partner would respond to these questions but that’s another blog. This post also provides continuity for the foundations of this blog and improves assertiveness…sorry that’s a joke. 😂

If you ever need to escape from a disastrous date feel free to work through these questions…sorry I’ll stop that’s another joke. 🙈😂

⚠️ Use words responsibly. 

I honestly hope you’re having a great day and as always all the best to you. 😊

Happy New Year!!!

Teherah xXx

Published by Teherah

Teherah started her career as a Children's Leisure Instructor then went on to work for several charity and council organisations including centres for young people with complex needs. The former experiences propelled the change from play work to teaching assisting and healthcare, which perpetuated her fascination with language and additional needs. Teherah appreciates most creative forms: literature, art, music, and dance.

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