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Today, I am accepting her challenge but with a twist, because it will not be an ordinary random questions but a... Random Beauty Contest Questions!
This suddenly popped out of my mind because of the recent Binibining Pilipinas 2021. And also, I watched a Youtube video of ateAyn Bernos wherein she answered Binibining Pilipinas 2021 questions under time pressure of 1 minute just like the candidates. I thought that it's fun (yet so damn hard) to do it too.
My following answers are also under 1 minute speaking time based on how I speak, meaning I used a timer. Hahaha. Feeling. 🤣 But I didn’t answer it under time pressure of 1 minute cause I know my brain can’t handle that. Do you guys get what I mean? LOL.
Disclaimer: I haven't joined any pageant or beauty contests and I have no plans to. I am also not that interested or a huge fan of this thing also. This is just merely for fun.
What I like most about myself is being open-minded which means I have willingness to comprehend new ideas and I am able to judge less. In today's modern world, we are surrounded with a lot of different varieties already. Different varieties of culture, tradition, ethnicity, races, skin colors, sexuality, and so on. In opening my mind, I do not limit myself within a particular idea. I am able to grasp different perspectives and have different experiences. In having an open mind, I learned that we should try to understand things as much as we can and try to listen more. In being open-minded, I allow myself to grow and to let go of any judgements. That is what I like most about myself. And I, thank you.
Thank you for that wonderful question. If I am given a chance to meet any person, it would be the former First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama. I read her book "Becoming" last year and that book made me look up to her and made me realize how amazing she is as a person in general. She is a woman with wit, wisdom, and a big heart. I also like her advocacy about improving the healthy lifestyle of children, supporting service members and families, helping more students to reach higher education, and expanding education opportunities for girls around the world. I am sure that if we met, I am going to share such hearty laughter with her because she has a nice humor. I can learn so much from her which I will hold-on to forever. I know that she can give me valuable personal life advice if I ever ask her any. That would be all. Thank you.
If anyone who is close to me, whether they are my younger siblings or cousins, came to me and asked me to buy them condoms, I am willing to do so if they are already a teenager. But before that, I would like to talk to them first about sex education. If they have better knowledge about it, then it's good, and if not yet, I am going to discuss it with them either through my knowledge or through the help of the internet. I would be glad that they are comfortable with me opening about condoms and such. Because in our place where I'm from, things related to these are a taboo topic. And so I want to change it and make the topic more approachable. I believe that teaching sex education helps everyone to be aware in sexual and reproductive health and behaviors, and it will also prevent risk such as infections and unwanted pregnancies. Sex education is necessary. Thank you.
I don't have any idea if my answers made sense especially at the last question, but I tried my best, I swear. I tried to answer at least 5 but it's really hard for me to think of a short yet impactful answer.
In my opinion, being a beauty contest candidate is not a joke. They go through so many training both body and mind. Answering under time pressure while the whole world is looking at you (on stage, online, and TV) is absolutely tough and nerve-wrecking. Kudos to all the beauty queens, especially to my fellow Filipinas. (Charot. May bias? Hahaha.)