Answer My (Weird) Questions #6

What’s Your Spirit Animal?

My Answer:

A bioluminescent whale.

The kind you see in Life of Pi 💚

Leave your answers in the comment section below.

13 thoughts on “Answer My (Weird) Questions #6

  1. It has to be a solitary nightingale

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  2. I once had a dream that I was chasing after my spirit animal in a field, but I couldn’t remember what it was when I awoke.

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    1. Aw. That’s sad. Let’s hope you dream about it again and remember it this time.

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  3. Unicorn. Because we don’t exist 😦 lol

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    1. Haha. It isn’t real for now. But who knows? Maybe someday somebody will artificially make one. I mean, scientists are getting smarter. They’ll eventually make one.
      The world obviously needs Unicorns. ☺❤

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      1. Man, I sure hope I’m still alive by then 🙂

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  4. What IS a spirit animal??

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    1. Just Googled it for you – “In certain spiritual traditions or cultures, spirit animal refers to a spirit which helps guide or protect a person on a journey and whose characteristics that person shares or embodies. It is also metaphor, often humorous, for someone or something a person relates to or admires.” 💚

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  5. Oh ok. In the first case, I have none. In the second, I have many!

    😉

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  6. I’ve always liked Moose, they’re enormous, but for the most part very calm and mellow. There’s a great episode of This American Life that tells the story of a moose than got drunk in an Alaskan town and was so docile that it became a personality around the city that people came to recognize, trust, and love.

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  7. My spirit animal is a big cat, of some kind. I’ve had my phone randomly say ‘tiger’ out of nowhere, in the quiet. Then, when I dream, I can often see a big, cat-like shadow or glowing eyes. I’ve yet to encounter it personally, but it’ll show itself when it’s ready. Until then, all I can do is do what I can with what I’ve got.

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