What month was I born?
What's my last name?
Who was the girl at Scofield who always sung and peed in her and others yard?
what was the last name of the only boy in my class in fifth grade?
What is the state i want to be in right now?(your home)
What was the last name of my third grade teacher?
What is my mothers name?
What city is my house in?
What state did I move to?
What is your mum's name?
What's the sport I played for two years while wearing ugly sport goggles?
What was the last name of your enemy in elementary?(hint: her first name rhymes with Bolivia)
What was the last name of my 2nd grade teacher?
What was the name of our funnest club soccer team that "flew" into victories?
What is my full first name?
What is the name of the sport where you use your feet?;)
We will be best friends _______ (fill in the phrase)
Whats's the first name of my current boyfriend?
What is our partially shared middle name?
What is this came called?
What's the city we met in?
What would we go eat and your mum would force you to put two healthy things on yours?
What's my favorite subject?
What is the name of the school we first met at?
What's the name of the movie we saw in theaters and it was only us in the theater? (brrr)
What is my bff's last name?
What are we?
What is my cats name?
What month was my best friend born?

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