Saturday, March 11, 2017

15 Questions with Adaeze Obiako

Happy Saturday, folks :)

Here's the third post in the "15 Questions with Adaeze Obiako" series; with questions in pink and answers in blue. Read, enjoy, and leave your answers to the questions down in the comments section below. 


Q1. What's the best advice you'd give your friends?
A. Always be willing to forgive. 

Q2. What's one super attractive quality in a man?
A. Attentiveness -- knowing that he truly listens to what I say, shows concern for my interests, and actively helps me focus more on my strengths than my insecurities is too wonderful to fully explain in words. 

Q3. What's one song you'd probably be caught dancing alone to?
A. Dancing with Myself by Billy Idol.

Q4. What's your favorite board game?
A. I really like Ludo -- super ol' school, I know. 

Q5.What's your favorite holiday?
A. I'll go with Thanksgiving. 

Q6. Heels or Flats?
A. Flats, of course. 

Q7. If you decided to master one instrument, what would it be?
A. The Piano

Q8. What toppings do you love on your pizza?
A. Pepperoni, mushrooms, and black olives. 

Q9. On a scale of 1-10, how excited are you about life right now?
A. Hmmm...I'll say an 8. 

Q10. What's one thing you hope you won't be doing in 10 years?
A. Stressing about life -- peace is the most delicious luxury I pray I get to move through life with. 

Q11. What's one habit you might want to stop?
A. Moving my arms / hands a lot when talking. 

Q12. What's your favorite wine/liquor?
A. Moscato. 

Q13. What are you completely bored of right now?
A. Frenemies. Let's be clear, either we're friends or we're not...the in-between situation is tiring and energy-consuming. 

Q14. If you could teach one subject in school, what would it be?
A. I don't want to limit it to one; either English/Creative Writing, Psychology, or Sociology. I loved them all when I was back in high school and Uni. 

Q15. What's one piece of advice you'd give your 15 year old self?
A. "Speak up in class more, Ada; you have an opinion and it's worth sharing"

2 comments:

  1. Don't stop gesturing while speaking. It's more interesting than talking with statues.

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    1. Thanks Pamela! You just made me feel 100 times better about it...It's a habit I haven't kicked yet and knowing it's not so "bad" is comforting :)

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