22. Are you old fashioned?
A healthy amount I think. Well sort-of healthy. I’m kind of terrified of new things usually but I guess it depends on a case by case basis. I often prefer to do things the way I know how but on the flipside I’m usually not so bad I’ll deliberately do old-fashioned stuff if it’s harder. Like… this is a really mundane example but even though I now have constant access to my original Sonic 2 8-bit with it’s fuzzy warm nostalgic graphics, I still tend to play the re-release on the Wii instead, just because it’s more convenient. Instead I save the original for when I’m REALLY nostalgic, lest I allow something once old-fashioned be too intergrated into my modern adult life! I like to escape often but I keep old things old, so it remains an escape rather than something that was once old and now always there, I guess would be the conclusion.
3. You are on a flight from Honolulu to Chicago non-stop. There is a fire in the back of the plane. You have enough time to make ONE phone call. Who do you call? What do you tell them?
Oh man, that is really tough. I don’t know if I’d want to call Molly because it’d just be a really distressing and horrible last memory. I guess I might just text her as if it was a normal update, but make absoloutely sure the last thing I said was that I love her. This is actually a general rule I observe with all messages (or at least the end of several-message-long conversations) sent to Molly when we’re apart anyway.