The Twilight Saga

Here is how the game works.

Make a yes or no question and the next poster has to answer and then post their own yes or no question. Then the next poster will have to do the same thing so on and so forth.

Example:
 
Peron 1:
Have you read all the Twilight books?
 
Person 2:
YES!
 
Do you like Raisins?
 
Person 3:
No.
 
Have you ever been to Moscow?
 
Hopefully you get the picture by now.
 
I'll start:
 
Do you like scary movies?
 
 

Tags: Yes, no?, or

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Yes.   They are the only company that MAKES money by NOT doing their job. 

Do you own a spork?  (half spoon half fork) 

Yes, I joyously own several sporks!

:D

 

Have you ever worn out a video game console?

No, but my husband probably has.   

Have you ever cheated on a test? 

No. To do so would be to cheat yourself.

 

Do you surf?

Yes and no.

In terms of all the wonderful images presented in commercials, yes, insurance is one gargantuan scam. But it is one way to save medical help for rainy days in my area; so, no.

 

Do you watch the news on TV as you go through your morning routine?

No.  

Do you own a spork?  (half spoon half fork) 

Yes. We have several of different sizes and materials.

 

Have you seen a rat up close of late?

If a dead one counts then yes.  (and yes, ewwwww) 

Have you ever cheated on a test? 

Nope. It is a waste of energy and insulting to lie for undue credits.

 

Can you identify different species of birds just from one glance?

 

Yes, as long as they look very different.  (Robin, Blue bird, Cardnal) 

Have you ever won a science fair? 

^^

Nah. A science fair is so out of my league. My Edward had, though. ;p

 

Have you ever stayed up all night just to finish the paper work for a specific work-related project?

Yes, 3 nights in a row for a group project that end up as individual work >./p>

Do you like berry flavored yoghurt drinks?

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