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Truth tag

Genebei, my fun tag provider passed this tag to me last night :)

001. Name → Hazel
002. Nickname(s)→ Haze, Indai, Mimi, Mae, Hulbot, Anne, Anastasia
003. Age→ raise the decimal fraction of the gun used to shot JFK
004. Zodiac sign → Virgo
005. Male or female → Female
006. Elementary → DCSDAES
007. Middle school → we don't have middle school
008. High School → MVA
009. College School → MVC
010. Hair color → Black
011. Long or short → Long
012. Loud or Quiet → Quiet
013. Jumpers or Jeans → Jeans
014. Phone or Camera → I like both
015. Health freak → only when I'm not feeling well
016. Drink or Smoke? → once in a blue moon
017. Do you have a crush on someone? → yes, a huge one
018. Eat or Drink → both
019. Piercings → none
020. Tattoos → none
021. Social or Anti-Social → being social is better I guess
022. Righty or lefty→ Righty

023. First piercing → same as #019
024. First best friend → a girl called Joy - pretty, brainy, asthmatic
025. First award → Little Miss Curious-Trouble-Getter Award. It's yummy, help yourself :)
026. First crush → a childhood playmate who used to annoy me with his boyish, nasal yells when his mother goes to work and comes home, "Nanay!!!!...." Years later I was back in the neighborhood during school break and someone behind called out, "Hi, "Zel!" and without warning cupped my head in his hands and asked me to guess who it was - when I turned ... dear God-of-all-surpises in Heaven! The ugly duckling has turned into a dashing PMA cadet! Maldita me walked on air for days. Breathe... breathe... breathe... LOL!

027. First pet(s) → a dog named Spot and a cat named Velvet
028. First big vacation → England 2006
029. First kiss→ that college sweetheart who nicknamed me Anastasia
030. First big birthday → forgot my age, but I like to call it big. My cheek swelled reddish due to a tooth infection I got from eating all the candies I received as presents for that birthday.
031. First Big Birthday: I will bore you when you get down to nos. 080 - 088
032. First Surgery: none
033. First sport you joined: golf with my ex-husband
034. Orange or Apple juice: I like both
035. Rock or Rap: Rock
036. Country or Screamo: Country
037. NSYNC or Backstreet boys: Backstreet Boys
038. Britney spears or Christina Aguilera: both for some of their songs and not anything else
039. Night or Day: Both
040. Sun or Moon: both
041. TV or Internet: Internet
042. Playstation or xbox: I have no idea what are they despite the fact that my son plays them
043. Kiss or hug: Hug
044. Iguana or turtle: when they're in the zoo, I like to see both
045. Spider or bee: when they're at work they're both interesting to watch
046. Fall or spring: I'd like to witness fall next time I go to Europe
047. Limewire or iTunes: iTunes
048. Soccer or baseball: if you give me my favorite snack I'll watch it with you for an hour, lol!

049. Eating → fried noodles with veggies, fish cake and a ripe mango
050. Drinking → water
051. Excitement level→ low. Try it when I'm travelling
052. I'm about to → watch a movie
053. Listening to → Regine V. and Paul Anka belt out It's Hard to Say Goodbye
054. Plans for today → no use. chances of executing it are very nil. I miss my cleaner... :(
055. Waiting for → tomorrow, see if I could do #054
056. Energy Level→ the sky is grey so go figure
057. Thinking of someone: several someones

058. Want kids? → I want a live doll, more beautiful and gorgeous than my barbie dolls when I was a kid
059. Want to get married? → right now I'm ready for another wedding, not necessarily a marriage
060. Careers in mind → one that involves plenty of chow and sightseeing
061. How many kids do you want: 2
062. Any name on the mind: Victoria
063. What did you want to be when you were little: A nun
064. Careers in mind: ba't pabalik-balik to?...
065. Mellow future or wild: both
066. Something you would never try: jump into the ocean without a lifevest
067. When do you want to die: when I'm ready

068. Lips or eyes → Eyes
069. Romantic or Funny→ Romantic
070. Shorter or taller - Taller
071. Protective or caring?- both
072. Romantic or spontaneous → both
073. Nice stomach or nice arms → gimme both!
074. Sensitive or loud→ Sensitive
075. Hook-up or relationship → Relationship
076. Trouble maker or hesitant → Neither
077. Muscular or normal: give me Vin Diesel!
078. Kissed a stranger: no
079. ??? ( the "tagger" missed it..he..he..)

080. Lost glasses/contacts → No
081. Ran away from home → and joined the circus? lol!
082. Held a gun/knife for self defense → no
083. Killed somebody → no
084. Broke someone's heart → I dunno
085. Been arrested → no
086. Had your heart broken → yeah
087. Cried when someone died → no
088. Liked a friend more than a friend: no

089. Yourself → most of the time
090. Miracles → when I see one
091. Love at first sight → school says there's no such thing as love at first sight
092. Heaven → Yes
093. Santa Claus → I used to
094. Tooth Fairy → only in Dr. de Jesus's bread and cheese
095. Kiss on the first date → yes

096. Angels: yes
097. Is there one person you want to be with right now → you bet!
098. Are you seriously happy with where you are in life → no
099. Do you believe in God → yes
100. Post as 100 truths and tag 20 people→ now don't trust me on this...but I'll think up some when I recover from the trauma of this interrogation LOL! Anyone who's got too much time, grab away, lol!


Genefaith said…
he..he...I had a great time reading your answers...nakakaenjoy yong no.26 and natatawa me sa no.30..Hope to visit here every now and then..God bless you

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