To be or not to be, that is the question. So, what are you?

We use the verb to be to say what things are. For example:

  • Q: What is an apple? A: It’s a type of fruit.
  • Q: What is an adrenalin junkie? A: It’s a type of person who is keen on doing adventurous and risky activities.

Janette is a welcoming hostessImagine my surprise when I googled this question: What is Janette? and Google said: Janette is a very welcoming hostess!?! My brother, whose name is Dave, was informed by google that he is one of the following:

  1. Dave is a fearless stunt driver.
  2. Dave is a fridge.

Hilarious! So, my question to you is: What are you?

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