Enough to Break the Ice -or- 15 Answers to Icebreaker Questions

These are the short answers to the questions that I ask when I’m trying to get to know someone. For fuller answers, read the linked posts.

  1. What do you like to read? Fiction, mostly fantasy-based.
  2. If you could have a superpower, which one would you choose? Time-stopping.
  3. What’s your favorite movie? Why? The Royal Tenenbaums, because it has an excellent cast, is cleverly written, and beautifully shot.
  4. Which radio station do you listen to? 88.1 FM WYCE.
  5. What’s your favorite type of sandwich? Ice Cream Sandwich.
  6. Do you have any fun holiday traditions? Lego Christmas Ornaments.
  7. Which group did you fall into in high school? Snooty band geeks.
  8. What’s your standard drink order? Dr Pepper.
  9. What’s the last movie/book/thing that made you really think? Nation by Terry Pratchett.
  10. What’s your favorite breakfast cereal? Quaker Oatmeal Squares.
  11. What’s your ideal vacation? Either educational or relaxing… or both.
  12. Are you a morning person or a night owl? Night sloth.
  13. Do you have any million-dollar ideas? Spoonula.
  14. If a genie gave you one wish (and you can’t wish for more wishes), what would you wish for? Return to my childhood with all my current memories.
  15. What was your favorite subject in school? English.

Am I missing anything? Was there anything about me that you were hoping I’d answer?

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2 responses to “Enough to Break the Ice -or- 15 Answers to Icebreaker Questions

  1. Some of your answers surprised me. You didn’t specify if school was K-12 or college? They may differ? Mark and I both like Ice Cream as your favorite sandwich, and though I don’t eat cereal for breakfast often, you did chose my favorite. Josh, I think these are good questions for reunion because we’re all different as adults than we were as children. We reserve the right to question the author at a future time. You should ask Susan Mosey if she knows the famous Amish ice-breaker questions as some of yours would be useless to them.
    BTW – Mark wants to know when you are going to take over the bear hunt for the next generation to learn?

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