Interview of Louis XVI

Interviewer: So, Mr. Louis, we have some questions for you, 8 to be exact.

Louis XVI: Well, ask away.

Interviewer: What was it like to be in the French Revolution?

Louis XVI: Well, it was really bloody; I really missed my family at home. I was not really fond of being away from home.

Interviewer: On the scale of one-ten how disgraceful was it for you?

Louis XVI: For me, it was really about a 6. I was really depressed without my family but I knew I was doing the right thing.

Interviewer: Were you proud of what you did?

Louis XVI: I was proud because I was willing to fight for my side, to risk my life. I think that is something to be proud of.

Interviewer: Do you think your family was proud?

Louis XVI: I assume so, I know I am though.

Interviewer: Did you make any friends?

Louis XVI: In war, you really don’t know who your friends are and who your enemies are.

Interviewer: Did you learn any life lessons? If so, what were they?

Louis XVI: Not any that would change my life.

Interviewer: Do you have any experiences that stood out to you?

Louis XVI: Yes, just standing out on the battlefield, it just made me feel like this is where I belong.

Interviewer: Did you shoot anyone?

Louis XVI: I really don’t know, I wasn’t paying attention to where I was aiming just shot, when you are fighting for your life you really don’t think about aiming.