Re: Microsoft question not bad
Yes, I like the Microsoft question, too. It can be difficult for some people to describe their personality, or talk about themselves. The tricky indirect questions or statements not always work well. With this question, you can see some presentation skills, imagination, creativity, and how you think of yourself, or how you see yourself.
It's evident some are problem-solving questions. Some others, look into some other aspects of knowledge or rational/creative thinking.
In the Apple question, I choose to put the milk first. What's the right answer for Apple?