Q: When you answer the telephone, how do you say hello?
Q: Describe the language in which you dream; is that your first language?
Q: Do you wear your skin like a coat, or like a shell?
Q: Should we publish your book— who will read it?
Q: How many letters do they have in their alphabet?
Q: What is the likelihood of getting eaten by a lion penned in a cage?
Q: What is the shortest distance between several broken points on a historical timeline?
Q: How many copies can you provide of your own book?
Q: What is the principle by which mercury sidles and divides?
Q: Have you ever needed to hide your true identities?
Q: Do you recognize the kind of mind that obeys aphorisms about staying in one’s place?
Q: How many words do you believe have no possible translations?
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