Questions of the Week!

Howdy fellow ballers! It's time to express your mind with the following questions:

1. What’s something you know you do differently than most people?
2. If you could relive a year during your lifetime, which one would it be and why?
3. Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?
4. What are you excited about at the moment?

Willy Bob says:

1. I hold a pen/pencil differently than most people. Instead of it being between my thumb and index finger, it's between my thumb and middle finger. Looks awkward, but that's how I grew up writing. lol ------>

2. I would easily relive senior year of high school. It was a fun and memorable time for me with many achievements and adventures.

3. I'm more future oriented so I would rather lose old memories and look forward to making new ones.

4. Let's just say I have butterflies in my stomach. ;)


CP said...

1) No idea...
2) Middle school years - first taste of "freedom" and enjoyed my pimping days
3) What past? I live for the future!
4) Having my life back!

J.Frosty said...

Wait i write that way too...

1. When using a fork and knife, I cut food with my left hand instead of switching to my right.

2. can it be a time period of 1 year? I'd relive my last half year dorming and my first half year living with the guys. Some good times. If it's knowing what I know now, I'd pick preschool, nap time was fk'n hacks!

3. I'd take the Future because i have a loop hole, Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.


Bryan said...

1. whenever i can, i use two lanes when i make a turn to reduce G forces and keep speed.

2. i would say 8th grade, i dudn't like that my parents made me quit the basketball team to study. having pretty good court vision, i wish i had real coaching to develop my ball handling.

3. i would go for the future, assuming by memories i still can keep my technical skills like driving stick or shooting a basketball.

4. knowing that if I was a pro NBA player, at this age I'd be at my prime for a few years, then it's downhill. some people can be young at heart, but the physical youth won't last too long. knowing that something that doesn't last forever makes you value it more. i love playing basketball for hours at a time, first i need to get back into shape!