When I was applying to a secondary school known as Belmont Hill, their application required me to fill in some blanks… for some odd reason, I thought about these fill in the blanks and I decided to share them with you. I also made five new ones at the end.
Fill in the blanks:
In my family I am know for being a kind and empathetic person that always, without a doubt, will go the extra mile to put a smile on someone’s face. I am also, most importantly, known for working my very hardest at anything I do.
My greatest strength is asking provocative questions that facilitate a general understanding of the topic, which allows it to be well understood by many.
To me, failure is portraying yourself to be someone you are not.
I think it’s funny when a politician says something on national television that proves his or her own argument to be wrong and then is forced to awkwardly explain his or her reasoning.
It’s unfair that children die of starvation every day and that countries are still engaged in war.
Many people don’t know that I love to daydream and hope to have a profession that involves helping people.
If I could change one thing about myself, it would be my habit of worrying about things that I cannot control.
I am fascinated by politics and history.
When I am older I am want to be a civil rights attorney.
If I could travel to one place in the world to relax, it would be Tahiti.
If I could have one superpower, it would be the ability to make people happy.
The democrat poster in my room defines me as a person.
My favorite thing to do during the summer is spending time with my brother.