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20 Questions to Bring You and Your Quarentine Buddy Closer :)

As the end of 2020's COVID-19 quarentine is finally in sight, many people are sick and tired of their significant other or family members that they have been stuck with over the past few months.
If you are feeling this way towards one or many of your quarentine partners I recommend sitting down and asking them a couple questions from below to laugh and learn a little more about
one another. These questions are a combination of surface level and deeper conversation starters to help you build more of a connection with this special person.

  1. Of all the people in your family, whose death would you find most disturbing? Why?
  2. What is too serious to joke about with you?
  3. What is the most embarrassing moment in your life?
  4. What is your greatest accomplishment in your life?
  5. If you could wake up tomorrow with a super power, what would it be?
  6. What does a perfect day look like for you?
  7. If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, who would you want as your guest?
  8. If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, which would it be?
  9. Where or what is your oldest memory?
  10. Where do you dream of visiting?
  11. Which celebrity would play you in a movie?
  12. Who is your celebrity crush?
  13. What is the worst nightmare you can remember?
  14. What is your biggest fear?
  15. What is the worst date you have ever been on?
  16. What foods do you hate?
  17. What is the worst nickname you have ever been given?
  18. If you could be an animal what would you be?
  19. What was your worst/ hardest job?
  20. If you could give your younger self advice, what would it be?

The Process

When I first heard that we were going ot have to learn a new computer language and code a webpage all in one week I PANICED.
I used "codeacademy" codeacademy.com to learn the html language and actually found it pretty easy. The website made things simple and user friendly. I liked how
after I read the instructions I did them within the same site to ensure I was understanding the correct information.

Once I gained a little knowledge about how to code, I drew out on a piece of paper how I wanted to design this page along with the
criteria I needed to hit for my professor. Once that was set I began the coding and still referred back to codeacademy whenever I had
minor issues or just questions. I struggled with Css but decided to keep my text and background black and white because that goes best
with my image above and I felt it was a very clean look. When adding in my image I played around with the size increments and found a
happy medium that I liked.

In conclusion I gained alot from this experience. I had to fight through my issues or any minor textile errors and figure out how to fix them.
Though I found this frustrating I feel very accomplished at this point and am proud of my work!!

Sources

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