Interview with Louis XVI
Interviewer: I've got a couple questions for you Louis.
Louis XVI: ok!
Interviewer: What was the French Revolution like?
Louis XVI: I didn't really like it all that much, it was very bloody and i missed my family at home.
Interviewer: On a scale from 1-10 how disgraceful was it?
Louis XVI: I'd say it'd be about a 7 because i let the monarchy fall and it was a disgrace to me ad my family.
Interviewer: Were you proud of what you did?
Louis XVI: Yes i was proud of what i did because I was willing to fight. I could have done better by not letting the monarchy down.
Interviewer: Was your family proud of what you did?
Lois XVI: They were a little disgraced but they were also proud because I was willing to fight.
Interviewer: did you make any friends while you were fighting?
Louis XVI: No not really. In war you don't really have friends, their more like enemies.
Interviewer: Did you learn any life lessons?
Louis XVI: No, not any that would help me or change my life.
Interviewer: Do you have any expierences that stood out to you?
Louis XVI: Yes, Just being able to stand on the battlefield.
Interviewer: Did you shoot anybody?
Louis XVI: I don't really know if I did or if I didn't. I doidn't pay attention. I just shot.