Table Topics Family 25 #49-50


1. When was it most difficult to persevere when you wanted to quit?

2. If you were offered one million dollars could you get straight A’s next year?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I might say right now, I’ve never really wanted to quit anything I was doing, and  now isn’t an exception, but the lack of things moving forward in what I’m doing makes it tempting to consider “regular” work.

2. I am no longer in school, but when I was I got straight A’s on the promise of a dollar for ever “100” and 5 for every A on my report card, so I’d say I could do it. (I could’ve done better, but that was the only way my parents could keep me from being so bored I just didn’t do any work)

Table Topics Family 2 #3-4


1. Would you rather your parents hug you, praise you, or do something nice for you?

2. What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I’d prefer them do something nice for me, I’m not a hug person, and I hate praise from almost anyone.

2. The hardest thing I’ve done that I’ll say on the internet is make a full 32-page historical comic book in a month to sell at a gallery event. (running my company is pretty difficult, but I have barely done anything successful, so I won’t count it)