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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Meme of Odd Questions - Part Three (will this never end?)

Courtesy of Sunday Stealing:

45. Favorite color?

The one I wrote about here.

46. Have you ever slapped someone?
Only in my dreams, but often.



47. Is your hair curly?
Which hair? Where?

48. What was the last CD you bought?
$5000, 60 day term


49. Do looks matter?
No, but when they turn to stares, it gets a bit creepy.



50. Could you ever forgive a cheater?
Never forgive, never forget.




51. Is your phone bill sky high?
The cell phone is sky high. The land line is low.

52. Do you like your life right now?
Well, I'm living it. If I didn't like it, I'd stop.

53. Do you sleep with the TV on?
It's too heavy and a bit warm for summer.

54. Can you handle the truth?
I once got caught handling the truth in the back seat of a car.

55. Do you have good vision?
I just told you this week I am an amblyope. You never listen to me.

56. Do you hate or dislike more than 3 people?
I actually hate 1 or 2, but dislike many more. I'm a loner for a reason.

57. How often do you talk on the phone?
Let's just say I have years of rollover minutes.


58. The last person you held hands with?
Howie Mandel. As a result he won't touch anyone else.


59. What are you wearing?
blue jeans and blue shirt, underwear and my birthday suit

 60. What is your favorite animal?
my monkey


61. Where was your favorite picture taken at?
This is not my favorite picture, but it is my daughters' favorite of me celebrating one of their birthdays a long time ago.



62. Can you hula hoop?
OMG! Now they've gone and made hula hoop a verb.


63. Do you have a job?
Yes, because I can't make a living doing this.


64. What was the most recent thing you bought?
batteries (yes, really)


65. Have you ever crawled through a window?
Yes, and I've stepped through a looking-glass too.
Bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong and bong. 

7 comments:

I am Harriet said...

I've actually got the same vision problem. It totally frustrates my kids but, it's a great excuse to not have to wear those stupid glasses at movies or play tennis. I've worn glasses and will always wear glasses for my entire life. Everybody has something.

Have a great Sunday!
http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/07/men-what-is-the-probability-that-you-have-done-something-wrong/

Red Shoes said...

LOL @ your answers... you know, I think I detected a hint of Nude Memphis Steve in some of your answers!! hahahahaha...

Oh, and I did go back and watch the pirate video for effect... I thought the fellow was just focused on something close to him...

Doesn't John Malkovich have that?

Hope your weekend has been a great one!

~shoes~

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Of course you've through the looking glass! I thought you did a great job. Thanks SO much for playing...

Catch Her in the Wry said...

Harriett: Glasses, then contacts for me too. I'm triple Opey: amblyopia, myopia, and presbyopia.

Shoes: That what I like about NMS; he thinks alot like me - well, sometimes.

Bud: Always a pleasure to play.

GoingLikeSixty.com said...

:)

Good stuff!
#54 !!!!!

Word Verifier: MEDIC - needed to get TV off you.

Larry Wallberg said...

It sounds like someone is compiling a dossier on you for the eventual purpose of identity theft. I'm willing to bet that the Burger King has something to do with it. I don't trust that plastic smile of his, and I've caught him in a whopper more than once.

In case you're wondering, there is a perfect progressive tense of your new favorite verb. Used in a sentence: "Assuming that the current rate of nouns turning into verbs stays constant, by 2012 my mind will have been hula hooping enough to get me dizzy."

I didn't know you were a Presbyopian; I thought you were just a Southern Astigmatist. I happen to be a Presbyopian elder, myself. Of all the Opies I have to deal with here in Kentucky, that may be the most annoying. I can't seem to hold the family bible far enough away to have it make any sense.

Catch Her in the Wry said...

GLS: Not only can I handle it, I'm also good at giving it out.