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Mister United Continents Paraguay: TPQ Exclusive with David Almiron

Name: Pablo David Almiron Jara

Age: 25

Height: 1.82 cm

Country : Paraguay

David Almiron, Mister United Continents Paraguay seems a serious one based on our conversation yet a smart guy. He has been preparing for the competition since he was chosen as his country's representative. David will be competing against over 40 other countries in the forthcoming Mister United Continents pageant in May 30, 2015 at Tanghalang Pasigueno, Pasig City, Philippines.

Describe yourself that most of your friends doesn't know about you?

- I think that's when you are with the right people you feel happy, you feel comfortable, you can be exactly how you really are, so it's difficult to find something that my real friends doesn't know about me.

What website you could not live without?

- Haha, this question is funny, I think nothing is irreplaceable in life. When you can't get something you just have to put an smile on your face and move on to get new achievements in life.

What's your stand on gender equality?

- We are just people in this world, people who wants to be happy, to be love, to make all our dreams come true. So at the end of the day, it doesn't matter if you are a boy or a girl, you just have to be honest, responsible, and believe always that everything you want you can get, you just have to work hard on it. we all are equals men and woman, what really matter is how you are as person.

Do you think beauty pageant competitions are addictive, why?

- As anything else in life, always its about your personality and how do you confront situations, if you are weak as person maybe it could be harder for you handle with problems, money, or fame. You need to be conscious about all the things you are doing in your life, which are your goals, and how far will you go to get what you want. Personally I believe that every time you do something you has to put the best of you and never do nothing that will harm other people and maybe most important never do something that will harm you as person. Anything wont be addictive if you are conscious about what you are doing in your mind and your heart.  

How beauty pageant competition change you as a person?

- I don't think it could change you as person, It just help to show how you really are, in a good way, will make you better, will help you to find many parts of you that maybe you don't even know, or will make the parts of you that you already know improve way more. In my case, it just help me to be more focus on all my goals in life, it shows me that I have to work really hard to get what I want, and to prove myself that everything in life is possible when you have good feelings and the right people around you.

What's your chosen advocacy?

- I have to say that I love animals, one of my dreams is having a refuge for them. In these days there are to many people who abandoned  or thrown them on the streets, and that's really sad, because they are the most loyal and loving creatures in the world and the worst part of it is that they depends of  us. They are not like us that can work, have a house or something, you know, and I really want to help people to understand how important is for us to be responsible about them. 
And there is not better way to teach your children to care about others, if you teach him to care about the most helpless animals.

If you would be a king for a day, what's the first thing that you would do?

- Wow, this kinda hard. Never thought about that, I think it doesn't matter what you are, what tittle do you own or if you are president, or something, I mean literally you will have much power and economy resources, but that won't make me happy as person. I mean, too many people around the world having big problems, food, water, sickness, I know that in 1 day is short, but If I were a king just for 1 day, I'll spend the whole day to help others as far i can do. 
I'll need the right people in the right moment, to put a grain of help in this chaotic world.

Thank you David for granting us this interview!



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