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Sunday Stealing: The Monkey Meme

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger and blog named Monkey In a Suit. He explains that he ripped it off from Average Jane. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing! Cheers to all us thieves!

1. Name one person who made you smile today: my son

2. What were you doing at 8am this morning? it's six to seven a.m. here

3. What were you doing 45 minutes ago? sleeping

4. What is your favorite candy bar? ask me about chocolate

5. Have you ever been to a strip club? no

6. What was the last thing you had to drink? water

7. What was the last thing you ate? ripe mango

8. The last sporting event you watched? not a sports person

9. Do you go to church every Sunday? not even on Saturday, Friday, Thursday...

10. Do you prefer Chinese food over pizza? I tend to

11. What are you doing tomorrow? work so-so

12. What do you think of when you hear Australia? a childhood penpal named Natalie James (I wonder where could she be now), an auntie who sent me barbie dolls, and Keeping Mum :-)

13. Biggest annoyance right now? people at work who pretend to know what they're doing; and the result is very pathetic and embarrassing

14. Last song listened to? Elton John singing Abide With Me

15. Do you have a maid service clean your house? hmmm...I used to have a live-in maid, moi; now I am Cinderella

16. Are you jealous of anyone? nope

17. Is anyone jealous of you? none that I know of

18. What do you usually do during the day? lecture my Business Administration males to focus every time the pretty Marketing females flirt by...tsk... windows of the presentation rooms should be plywood, not glass

19. Do you hate anyone that you know right now? nobody is worth growing wrinkles for

20. Are you thinking about someone right now? no one in particular


Paula said…
Ummm a ripe mango sounds good
Lisa said…
Mango is gooddd
which is your face choclate then :D

Happy SS
Becca said…
Interesting comment about hating people. Someone brilliant once said "Hating someone is like letting them live rent free in your mind"
kalea_kane said…
I REALLY liked 18, but then 19 rolled around. :) Great answers. Have a wonderful day!

Kelly B
Anya said…
Lovely tags........... LOL
Have a great sunday !!
Hootin' Anni said…
Love your answer about attending church. LOL....that would be me too.

Come on over if you can find time Sunday Stealing is now posted. Have a super day.
I am Harriet said…
That candy bar question was a tough one. Chocolate can be good about in any bar.
Carleen said…
Mmmmm...MANGO! Life is so much better with mangoes. =)

Happy SS to ya!
Lisa G said…
"Nobody is worth growing wrinkles for" Priceless!! Have a great Sunday :)
I totally agree with your theory on hate. Wasted energy! I also get annoyed working with people who fake that they are doing anything. Happy Sunday!
Clarence said…
Love your answers, especially #19. How true!

Hope your day at work goes well.

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