It's a mid-afternoon serving of Friday Feast. What's for grub?
Appetizer: When you were a child, which crayon color was your favorite?
I had no favorite color (that I can recall), but I have always preferred brand new crayons. Even crayons subjected to a Crayola crayon sharpener are never the same; they are just much, much smaller. There is nothing sadder in the world than a soft, dull crayon.
Soup: On A Scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being highest), how likely would you be to change jobs if it required you to move?
Salad: Take all the numbers in your birthday and your phone number and add them up, one by one. What's the total?
This definitely qualifies as a random math problem solving nothing. And as with many math story problems, I have more questions for clarification than I have phones and phone numbers. And am I on a train heading west to Chicago at 10 mph or east to New York at 30 mph? Do I have to give the answer in base 8? Do I have to show my work? Can I have a bathroom pass?
Answer: 73 (totally made up)
Main Course: Have you ever re-gifted anything? If so, what was it and who did you pass it on to?
I'm too stingy with presents to give them away. But if I ever did re-gift something, I would neither remember nor admit to any such thing.
Dessert: Name something you need from the store
Money. But all I need are free samples. Lots and lots of free samples.
Tens and twenties, preferably.