isn't it about time for something new and better and really cool, actually
What is bringing YOU delight rn my dear Watson?
i love YAMA-MAYA.
a question: have you considered adding an "A" to the beginning so it's a palindrome?
the A could stand for "Alex's" or just be the word "A."
1. On a scale of 1-100, how happy do you think you are compared to the average American? How lonely? How angry? How pleased with yourself?
2. What are the three top words or phrases you would use to self-identify?
3. What is the very very very best go-to snack food?
(1) What is ONE place you have never been that you would like to see and why specifically are you interested?
(2) What is ONE place you have been that you would NEVER like to see again and why, specifically are you not interested?
do you MAYA-heee, MAYA-hooo, MAYA-haaa or MAYA-haha?
And ...Or... Do you have a dog and does that dog destroy your carpets and somehow does this destruction make you feel like you are failing at adulting?
Love this conversation innovation, Alex! One day, Silicon Valley will catch on to what you're doing, and sure they'll probably steal YAMA-MAYA without paying you, and they'll probably turn it into a shitty app that makes a gazillion dollars, and no, you won't see a dime, or even get very far in your litigation, but YAMA-MAYA will change the world, and that will be a beautiful thing.
OK, here's my question. Think about your legacy after you're gone. (This is a long time from now, BTW). You have biographer. Imagine a very serious person who went to Harvard and got all the degrees. The one publishing house that's still around offers them a big-ass advance to write anything they want. They're like, "I only came to this meeting to do two things: drink Fiji water and tell you that I'm writing about Alex Dobrenko." The publishing house backs up a literal money truck. It's huge. Your biographer signs the contract and drives away with the money truck. After they put away a lot of money for their kid's education and their retirement, and maybe buy some nice stuff, and splurge on a cool vacation, they get to work. They rent an office. They hire researchers because there's a lot of Dobrenko material to sort through. The really go to town. They get everything you ever wrote or made, but they also get everything ever written or said about all the stuff you wrote or made. They have a goldmine. Everyone will want to read this biography of you.
But what's the gist of this amazing story? In other words, what's the one thing you want to be remembered for?
My Q: Have you ever been to Canada and would you consider it? Not creepy, just curious. If yes (Q extension) what part. I have so many questions!
p.s. I work in books so if you have Q about them, I might actually have A. No pressure.
I love this.
Softball but I’m genuinely curious: who is your favorite comedian?
What is your favorite band and why do you love them?
What is the one book from your childhood that you love that you most hope your son will love as well?
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could obliterate every living being in a five mile radius?
What is your favorite childhood memory?
What has been your most memorable meal in the past yr?
Are you watching the Real Housewives of New Jersey? And if so, do you agree Luis seems kind of okay. And if yes, are you worried that he's actually as terrible as the interwebs are saying he is and we're just being manipulated? If the answer to the first question was "no", then...how do you take your coffee? *shrug*
What’s your favourite dance move?
One more question from odessa: what is the difference between virgin olive oil and extra virgin olive oil?!