You May Get
Capt. James T. Kirk
I step in front of my friend to protect them.
I attack the attacker!
I shout for help and use whatever is on hand to make a weapon to help my friend.
I consider the situation and take the most efficient course of action.
Yes! That is what makes life worth living!
Not especially. I am focused on my work, which I love.
No. It's a lot of risk for not much gain.
I appreciate adventure. It creates tremendous opportunities to learn.
Genuinely caring, very competent, and provides clear instructions, but can be condescending.
Knows what we are feeling, makes sure we are taken care of, and doesn't take risks, but is not very organized.
Very efficient, always knows whats going on, and helps us to be the best we can be, but sometimes expects too much.
Takes good care of us, lets us know how important we are and always gets the job done, but sometimes risks too much.
Talk to him about it. Perhaps you can figure out what is going on and work it out.
Continue to be his friend. If he wants to talk about it, he'll tell you when he is ready.
Confront him. The sooner you find out what he's upset about, the sooner the two of you can get on with things.
Invite him over to hang out. Maybe if you can just spend some time together, he'll feel better about whatever it is.
Glare at them. They are just a bunch of idiots anyway.
Shrug your shoulders. You aren't sure what's so funny, but it is probably not important.
Put on a good face. They don't understand you, and laughing probably makes them feel more secure.
Laugh with them. Humor is good for morale.
Yes. If I try hard enough, I can always find an answer.
Yes. I will do everything I can, and the rest will take care of itself.
No. It doesn't help to be overly optimistic.
No. But with careful thought, I can formulate the best solution possible.
Fairly popular. I was generally well-liked by everyone, and used my influence for the greater good whenever possible.
Just a normal kid. I got in fights occasionally, but I had a lot of friends too. I was very good at school.
Just a normal kid. Sometimes I got in trouble for arguing with the teacher and I didn't really like school, but I had a few really close friends and we would study together and play together.
Fairly unpopular. I was different, and my classmates did not understand me. I really applied myself and was top of my class, but that only made the other kids like me less.
No. Such a thing could not realistically exist.
I don't know. But I don't think it matters either way. You shouldn't be defined by your relationship status.
Yes. I believe there is. And one day I will find my soulmate!
Yes! True love is real and passionate! I know what I'm talking about!
Always be there.
Share my passions and interests.
Love me for who I am.
Say goodbye to the ones you love the most.
Make sure you have all your gear in working order.
Try to raise morale and inspire your troops!
You are prepared for this moment. There is nothing more to do.
Lack of self-control
Hanging out with friends - it's just like the good ol' days!
Get away and enjoy nature!
Visit your dear ol' parents of course!
Feel uncomfortable - you don't belong here at home anymore.
Tell them what you suspect and demand to know the truth!
Play along until you can invent a way to trap them in their lies and expose them for the liar they are!
Refuse to have any further dealings with them. They are clearly trouble.
Continually test them to see if they are really lying. Once you have proof, you can take them to justice.
A clever deception
A frontal assault
Waiting to be rescued
Talking your way out
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