How do they handle pain (physical and emotional)
Akina: Not to be boastful but I think I can handle pain from injuries better than the average person... But, much to my dismay, I'm a very emotional person so feeling pain emotionally is very hard on me to the point where... I shut off, even to my loved ones... And the pain stays with me longer.
Michiko: I can handle any pain, whether it's physical or emotional.
Ryouta: I want to say I have a high physical pain tolerance, but I would be lying if I did... >>; I handle emotional pain much better since that type doesn't stay long in me... It still hurts but you just kind of to learn to move on.
Susumu: Ehh... I've been told that I don't have much of a pain tolerance but I don't believe it to be true. When I'm feeling a little down, I kind of do other things to keep my mind occupied, mainly just training it off.
Takeshi: My pain tolerance is okay I guess? In terms of my emotions, I think I handle them well, which includes pain. I'm not much of a writer, but just writing my pain out on paper helps calm me... My grandmother always is willing to listen to me so after I write it down I go talk to her about it. It makes me feel so much better. ^^
Puppies or kittens?
Akina: I like them both, I love baby animals. ^^ But if I had to choose, it would be kittens... Just how they meow and their cute faces just warms my heart.
Michiko: I don't really care for either of them. (Not much of an animal person)
Ryouta: Puppies, they're so energetic just like me.
Susumu: Cats are kind of boring, while kittens are more hyper they'll get lazy eventually, but dogs never grow out of it, so puppies for sure!
Takeshi: I don't have a preference, they're both cute. But it always seems like cats like me better, so I might just go with kittens because of that.
How competitive are they?
Akina: I don't consider myself to be much of a competitive person, games are fun but I don't have to win, and I don't necessarily have a rival to compete with either. I just never understood the appeal
Michiko: I do like competing which gives me a chance to show off, and winning is rewarding. Losing gets pretty disappointing, but I'm not going to get all butt hurt over about. *sideglancesatryouta*
Ryouta: Competitions are so much fun and gives you such an adrenaline rush! My favorite feeling is when things are looking grim but at the end, you pull through and win. So yeah, I'm defiantly a competitive person! (( What he also forgot to mention is that he absolutely HATES losing, it drives him crazy, and it gets to the point where he doesn't enjoy games if he doesn't win. He's so much more irritable after losing and it takes him at least a day to get over it
Susumu: I'm pretty competitive, I like doing playing games for the experience, I don't HAVE
to win but it makes it better. I do get a little pouty about losing but not for long, it's all about the fun.
Takeshi: No... I'm not competitive, I can see why people like to be, I'm just not that type of person.
You heard a strange noise in the house, do you investigate? How freaked out are you?
Akina: I would check it out, just to make sure it isn't dangerous... I wouldn't be scared by it, most likely it was either my imagination or something minor.
Michiko: Check it out I guess if there wasn't anything else to do. Why would it freak me out...?
Ryouta: Stay put if it was a "spooky" type of noise. Last thing I want to run into is a ghost >>; any other noise I would check it out, curious, but not freaked out. Unless it was spooky, then I would freak...
Susumu: Who wouldn't check it out? I would be a little freaked out depending how "strange" it is.
Takeshi: I probably would ignore it, but if it became constant then I would try to find what was causing it. I would be annoyed by it if anything
If there was one food you could have everyday without question what would it be and would you get sick of it eventually?