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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

i was never good at games...

But since it's Haverly doing the tagging...

1. When you were born, how much did you weigh?
Why would I know something like this? I have no idea. Less than I do now...


2. What's you're sugar poison?
The NM popcorn from Dean and chocolate covered pretzels. Which are really the same thing - sweet and salty.


3. If you had to choose between meat and cheese for the rest of your life, which would you choose? Then be specific.

This is easy - no meat for me. Plus I love cheese. Preferably runny, stinky cheese.


4. What, is your opinion, is the worst song ever?
Um, anything by the Backstreet Boys. Ew. They're not even good-looking.

5. Who was your favorite teacher growing up and why?
Ms. Chernoff - high school History teacher. We all thought she was our best friend.

6. What personal activity, when performed in public, bothers you the most?
This question concerns me considering I probably commit every offense in this category. Sometimes people eating in the subway grosses me out. It's so dirty down there.

7. Ok, there's a $50 bill lying on the ground. You pick it up. Dumbfounded by your incredible luck, what do you selfishly purchase?

Back to #3 - cheese!

8. Do you have a recurring nightmare? If so, explain.
Thanks to my mother who believes it to be one of life's greatest sins - I regularly wake up in a cold sweat having dreamt that I was late. To work. To school. To whatever.

9. Name one place on Earth you've never been, but vow to visit at least once.
There are so many but considering current events in our life - Croatia is my dream honeymoon.

10. You notice that #9 wasn't really a question.

10. You notice that question #9 wasn't really a question. You feel smart for catching such a small detail. What else can you do really well that reminds you how smart you are?
I totally didn't notice that. But anyone that knows me knows that I'm disgustingly proud of my organizational capabilities. Which I suppose is not really a sign of intelligence. But I'm no good at Scrabble or Trivial Pursuit (
Haverly always beats me).

2 comments:

Susan Oliver said...

I resent #8; I'm late all the time, lately, anyway. Not that I'm proud of that....

Big Daddy said...

Croatia does look kind of cool.

Another blogger went there for the summer and it looks all ancient and cool and stuff.