Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A Wee Bit of Me..

{one} who’s the funniest person you know?
My friend S., especially when he's showing off and picking on people. I love it. 

{two} were you a michael jackson fan?
Yes.. I loved a lot of his music. 

{three} what was your favorite book as a child?
There was one about a red caboose that I loved. Or any 'choose your own ending' books or Goosebumps. I just loved reading. 

{four} what’s the most delicious meal you’ve ever eaten?
My friend M.'s mother's lasagna. I still dream about it. 

{five} if you could eliminate on thing you do each day in the bathroom so you never had to do it again, what would it be?
Flossing. I rarely do it, but I feel bad for not doing it, so I wish it wouldn't have to be done. 

{six} if you could ask barak obama one question, what would it be?
A casual "how's it going?" in passing. 

{seven} what’s the best place near you to get a drink?
Pat & Willy's. They have a sweet drink made with Baja Rosa. 

{eight} what kind of music can you just not stand to listen to?
Heavy metal scream-o stuff. 

{nine} who and when was your first kiss?
It was 15, and it was either truth or dare or spin-the-bottle with a friend at the time. 

{ten} what 3 things do you think will become obsolete in the next ten years?
I agree with the answer CDs. Non-flat screen tvs will probably completely disappear. Maybe even books, with all the digital reading devices they're putting out. That one makes me sad though. 


magnolia said...

real books will never disappear. those of us who love them, though, will be just like people who obsess over vinyl records these days: hobbyists, and the target of derision from non-hobbyists. somehow, i'm ok with that...

The OriginalPsyn said...

so right about the TV's. Right now we have ours as back-ups for emergency purposes. You can hardly give them away now since you need converter to use them.



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