I’ll answer as Ellie and Eduardo from There’s No Accounting for Taste, my new story which will be released in 2 weeks.
(Also, I added some tags.)
ELLIE: One really good friend, of course! Why would I need many friends if they are just going to be casual friends that I can’t trust nor count on? What’s the point of that? Just to make it seem like you have friends, or to have a backup plan just in case your friends are busy? That’s like, sooooo stupid.
EDUARDO: I think it’s a good idea to have more than one friend because what if your best friend moves away, and you end up alone because you only hung out with that person? Or you might just grow apart and not have anything in common with that friend anymore. This especially happens with childhood friends. Seasons change, and our love went co-o-old… Haha, sorry, it’s just that whenever I’m reminded of a song I like, I just have to sing it. That being said, although it is a good idea to get to know different people and make more friends, not all of them will be your BEST friends.
ELLIE: OMG, well not yet, because I’m just learning how to cook… but… my best friend’s favorite food is Nigerian Jollof. Her mom is from Nigeria, and she taught my friend how to make it. My bestie can make it, of course, because she’s a good cook. But as soon as I learn more cooking techniques, I want to make jollof for my bestie. I hope I don’t burn it or anything.
EDUARDO: My best friend’s favorite food is octopus tacos. Yeah, I can make that. It’s not too hard.
ELLIE: I can always wear a wig, so if there’s enough money involved, I’m up for it!
EDUARDO: I’ve never shaved my head before, and I don’t really like the idea of being bald, so no. I won’t do it.
- Who are you closest to?
- What’s your favorite song?
- What’s something all your friends are into, but you aren’t?