XOXO, Michael Brown

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The readers submitted some questions about life, love and everything in between. I answered them as honestly as I knew possible. I’m here to keep it real with you when no one else is and to answer with no judgment, because I don’t know you! I’m just a college junior who enjoys giving his opinion. Here are some of the questions I got this week:

What do you think you find yourself spending the most money on?

I waste so much money on eating out, and it’s absolutely ridiculous. It’s really sad because I really do like to cook ,though. My problem is I don’t really like the mess that comes with cooking most of the time.

How would you spend your day if you knew it was going to be your last day on Earth?

If I knew it was my last day on Earth for whatever reason, I would spend it with the people I care the most about and who care the most about me. My time with these people would include great meals and some other sort of fun. My last day on Earth would hands down be spent with my immediate family, my boyfriend and my best friends.

How do I tell my friend that their breath sometimes is a little stinky?

This is gross. Why are you friends with this person? Did their breath not scare you away when you first met them and why did you continue to befriend them? Okay, I’m joking a little bit but honestly you should just offer them some type of gum or mint every chance you get. You should really buy some mints or gum in bulk and bless them with a random gift, or better yet a toothbrush would work wonders. If you’re a real friend you’ll find a way to tell them in the nicest way possible.

What do find to be your biggest weakness?

This is easy I have three: milk, trashy reality television and talk shows and beautiful strong black men are my favorites.

Where do you see yourself in 5 to10 years?

In 5 years I want to be working my way up in my career and with my masters degree in something marketing related and in an urban city environment. I’ll be living this fun “Sex and the City” lifestyle and hopefully preparing to settle down and get married at the same time. In 10 years I definitely want to be married, with kids. Well, actually, the kids are up for discussion still. I for sure want to be married and making decent money and just being living comfortably and happy in a career that I am in love with.

To have your question answered, drop them off in the labeled box in the Parthenon lab for next week, or email them to [email protected]. You can also tweet your questions @MUParthenon with #xoxomichaelbrown.

Michael Brown can be contacted at [email protected].