What natural languages inspire you?
How many conlangs have you made?
Do you tell people about your conlangs in real life?
Why do you conlang?
What are some of your favorite words from your conlang(s)?
Are you proud to be a conlanger, why or why not?
Has your conlangery gotten you into any weird situations?
How long have you been conlanging?
Do you have a specific goal for the future of your conlang(s)?
Have you integrated your conlang(s) into any other artistic practices?
What conlang(s) do you admire, envy, etc.?
Would you ever teach children your conlang(s) as a thought experiment?
What's the most bizarre sentence you can create in one of your conlangs?
How does one of your conlangs represent you?
What really perplexes you about natlangs or conlangs?
How have people reacted when you tell them you conlang?
Is there anything that irks you about conlanging in general?
Do you have linguistic pet-peeves in conlangs?
What are some qualities that your conlang(s) just MUST have?
If you could make one of your conlangs the official language of a country (extant or not), would you?
Are you a member of any conlang communities online?
Have you ever been to a conlang event in real life?
If you could construct an aspect of a real natlang, what would you do to it?
Do you have any fears about conlanging?
Are there any natlangs that you find to be especially conlang-esque?
[writes "This is my Will" on a piece of paper, but it looks like "This is my Wall"]
This is my Facebook profile.