Man in the Street
PhonOcord interviews can be a high spot in the evening's entertainment, particularly if they are patterned after radio broadcasts of the same type. Begin the interview by asking the guest his name, occupation, etc. These routine questions not only add authenticity to the interview but serve to point up, by contrast, the questions which are to follow, such as:
1. Do you prefer twin or double beds?
2. What is the most irritating habit your husband (or wife) has?
3. Would you rather live alone and like it?
4. Which one person would you choose to be marooned on a desert island with? (husbands or wives excepted)
5. If you could take to the desert island only one article of clothing, of food, of furniture, what would you take?
6. Would you rather kiss a man with a mustache-or a lady with a beard?
7. If you had to be an animal, which would you choose to be-and why?
8. Can you suggest a punishment for people who snore?
One or two questions from the above list are good for a whole evening's fun. If a more serious type of interview is desired, the following questions can be used to good effect:
1. If you could be anyone in the world, who would you choose to be?
2. Do you think a wife should be paid a salary for her work in the home?
3. Should in-laws be allowed to live with married couples?
4. Do you approve of the way your wife (or husband) dresses?
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