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You can't, Like you can't describe smell to a person without a nose, or taste to a person without a tongue, or sound to a deaf person. However, you can associate color with feeling--like yellow is the color of sunshine that touches your face on sunny day. You can associate it with smell--like the fragrance of a lemon in the grocery store. You can associate it with taste--like the popcorn you snack on. You can even associate it with the color of urine. Color is subjective anyway. What is yellow to me can be green to others--like the tennis ball. It's a matter of perception really. A blind person may not be able to perceive color without his eyesight, but he may be able to understand it using his other senses.
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Good Question! I will definitely ask them "What is the impact of beauty pageants on women worldwide?" This question will definitely erase, or if not, it will lessen some people's perspective about pageant as something that makes woman as a sexual object or degrading women. It will show the positive and constructive side of beauty pageants and how it promotes the celebration of femininity and equality on both sexes and the good thing is that the one defending it is a WOMAN itself!
Q: If given the chance to be one of the judges in the Miss Universe beauty pageant, what question would you ask to the candidates?
A: As a change agent, how can u effectively promote positive change in today's society?
We know that in this world, nothing is constant except change. However, there are some societies or cultures that tend to resist changes, and this becomes a barrier to progress and globalization. As beauty queens, I'm very curious to know how they make themselves effective change agents and how they can influence people into becoming more open-minded.
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"It’s one thing to fall in love."
"It’s another to feel someone else fall in love with you."
If I were a judge in MU, my question would be "If you were to represent a country in MU other than the one you are currently representing, which would it be and why?"
Such question I think is significant because it demonstrates how the contestants got to know their competitors. Hence, they would not just be bound to get to know their roommates and those from their region or group, they would also have to get to know those from other regions or continents.
PILYO's answer was very good, but I considered the WORD LIMIT rule, that's why he was out of my list. Why make a rule if you don't even follow it?
I think it's not fair for other entries who followed the rule but were not able to elaborate their answers.
I guess I considered some of the pronounce not words. Sorry, my bad. However, I thought there was a precedence before this, so I assumed the word limit rule was no longer in effect. Anyhow, this is really no big deal to me, so I will just step down to be fair and avoid unnecessary commotion. I guess the first runner-up assumes the title, which is Dylanwayne, hahaha! Congrats, my friend! (Am I the first dethronement? LOL!) Thanks to all the judges, by the way.
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Clappper alert!!!!!! Thank you Ms. Minchin........love ya
Congrats to the winners!!!
Answer:People don’t believe in God because they can’t see him. However, they make plans for tomorrow, while they can’t see the future. What are your views on this?
MU is not all about beauty, but intelligence as well. This question shows how corrupt the human minds are and it’s just testing to see whether this contestant is a leader or follower. And whether she has what it takes to be an international role model
Thank you begas!
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This universal question can be answered by any thinking individual regardless of which cultural background and field of knowledge influence his/her view of life. There is no right or wrong answer. One can take a theological, philosophical, scientific or even metaphorical or mythical approach to the question. What counts is how the candidate organizes her thoughts under time pressure while maintaining her countenance on such a thought-provoking dilemma.
(This time it's really 75±1 words!!!***;););)***)
Janson, Lehmann, Flores, Lastimosa, Shah Suiza, Guidotti, Manalo, Y. Santiago, Wurtzbach, Ramos K. Santiago, Tiglao, Gangan, Sison, Arevalo
"More and more people are criticizing child beauty pageants because they see this as a form of child sexualization and child abuse exposing young girls to fake tans, make-ups, hair-dos, and mature dresses. Should this be tolerated or banned? Why?"
Any random question will do. I think that what should really matter is not what the candidate’s answer will be but how she is able to deliver it. Even the way a person says her name says a million things about the person. This portion of the pageant should not really be a measure of someone’s intellect but of one’s personality—which should shine through for the rest of the winner’s reign and even beyond.
Q: If given the chance to be one of the judges in the Miss Universe beauty pageant, what question would you ask to the candidates, Why?
A: Is there a reason why you DO NOT deserve to be crowned Miss Universe?
A Miss Universe must have a strong sense of self-awareness. Admitting flaws is a sign of honesty and credibility. This sense of self-awareness can improve individual characteristics and strengthen interpersonal relationships. This can also cultivate personal and interpersonal growth. Lastly, a Miss Universe doesn't need to be perfect but she must be genuine and true.
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Whenever Miss Philippines enters the Miss Universe Semis...
Question: " If we exchange positions right now, you as the judge and me as Miss (name of country), what question would you like to ask me and what answer would you like to hear from me that will make me win the crown?"