The Proust Questionnaire with Kourtney Reppert

The Proust questionnaire is a segment that gives an insight to the celebrity’s life. Owing to the rejoinders to certain questions by the French writer Marcel Proust that unveiled facts and characters of his personality, the term “Proust” gained wide popularity. Concentrating the attention from masses, it gradually became the locution to describe celebrity confession.

What is your greatest extravagance?

Beef Jerky. I now am crazy about Turkey Jerky.

What is your idea of happiness?

I am pretty simple when it comes to my happiness. I think creating and surrounding yourself with positive likeminded people really make all the difference. Being a mother now too, my son’s happiness is really what makes me happy

Which words or phrases do you most overuse?

Oh boy. I think “That’s cool”

What do you most value in your friends?

I value their spirit and soul the most and how ridiculous we can be together.

I’m not like the other girls, and that’s a good thing 🍍

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What makes you laugh?

I have some pretty amazing funny people in my life who always keep me entertained. I also get a kick out of some of the meme’s on the internet.

Which living person do you most despise?

I wouldn’t say one in particular, but the kind of people who belittle your dreams, or make you think your dreams are crazy.

What is something that you want to do but you are most scared of?

Learning how to fly a plane.

What is the quality you most like in a woman and man?

Their values, and what they stand up for.

What is the definition of love according to you?

Completely seeing yourself in another, and just feeling like you are home in someone’s arms. I tend to go through hell in my relationships early on, because I need to test someone who could potentially be my life partner, and if they don’t run, then I know its love and they are a keeper!

What is something that recently moved you?

I tend to be inspired by underdog stories, those kind of stories are far and few that bring out the warrior in me.