It's also an interesting look at myself. I could have just as easily asked: "If you were going to have children, what qualities would you like (not) to pass to that child?" But it's more mellow than how I used to put it: "Justify your existence." That one doesn't work too well at gunpoint, but you'd be surprised what people say.
I like asking questions that spark discussion. Half of what I do is to provoke controversy and discussion; I find it fascinating. I don't exactly want to turn this into truth or dare ("What's the worst thing you've ever done?") but I do like asking "different" questions, even if they sound a little too posed. And I thank you all for taking the time to answer them, and to share some of yourself with the rest of us. I also like getting comments not just because I am a comment whore, but re-reading the post as each comment comes in helps me remember it.
I had a really great question to ask, but I have forgotten it. I set out to write this post four hours ago, and a lot of stuff has happened in between. I came up with the question this morning after reading all your wonderful comments, but it sparkled only briefly before pulling a fade. :(
Instead, an "odd" (aren't they all? Isn't that the point?) question that few will answer, I'm sure: If you could be me for a day (24hrs), would you? Why/not?