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The Husband Tag - Hadar and Andrea

This is my Husband. He's pretty neat. Thumbs up for a shy guy getting on camera! Below is a list of the questions he answered for me =)

Hadar was one of the best mages in a high ranked PvP and Raiding guild on Azshara and then on the Sargeras server. That's why I said "who's THIS guy?" hehe.

1.Where did we meet?
World of Warcraft

2.Where was our first date?

3.Where was our first kiss and how was it?
Airport, sweaty

4.How did you know I was the One?
She told me

5.What was your first impression?
She is a kind person.

6.When did you meet the family?
2010 in Florida

7.Do you have a tradition?

8.When was our fist road trip?
2010 in Florida

9.What was the first thing you noticed about me?

10.What do we argue about the most?

11.Who said I love you first? And where was it?
World of Warcraft- outside Ironforge

12.What's my Job?
Munitions Crew Chief, 115th squadron / IAF

13.Who wears the pants in the relationship?
Both of us

14.If I am watching tv what I am watching?
Crime show

15.What is one food I do not like?

16.If we are out to eat what kind of dressing do I get on my salad?

17.What drink do I order when we go out to eat?

18.What shoe size do I wear?

19.If I were to collect anything what would it be?
Swords or any kind of medieval weapon or armor

20.What is my favorite type of sandwich?
Sloppy Joe or BLT

21.What would I eat everyday if I could?
BACON / Krispy Kream

22.What is my favorite cereal?
-- We are gluten free and sugar free, but if we are cheating we are eating chocolate crispy cereal with chocolate

23.What is my favorite music?
Heavy Metal

24.What's my favorite sport team?
-- Don't have one

25.What color are my eyes?

26.Who is my best friend?

27.What is something I wish you wouldn't do?
Argue less, talk more.

28.Where am I from?

29.If you were too bake me a cake for my birthday what kind a cake would it be?
Key Lime Pie

30.Do I play any sports?

32.What could I spend hours doing?
Watching T.V

32.What is one unique talent I have?
Don't really have one.

33.Why did you fall in love me?
Your qualities.

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