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Sunday Stealing: The Blue Rene Meme


Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Rene from the blog Blue Rene. She doesn’t say where she got the meme. 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. What is thing nearest to you ?
~ Coffee mug

2. What is your ringtone ?
~ Your mind

3. What was the last message in your phone inbox ?
~ Business Administration faculty meeting moved to 4.10 P.M.

4. Who is your best friend ?
~ Mozart (my pooch)

5. What is the band of your TV ?
~ Sony if you meant brand

6. What schools did you attend?
~ five christian schools and one buddhist university

7. Do you own a MP4 ?
~ I haven't even finished listening to all these MP3s yet

8. What song are you listening to now ?
~ It's Raining Men - Geri Halliwell to wake me up

9. Did you kiss anybody for the past 2 days ?
~ My son

10. Have you ever kissed someone you met in the blogosphere?
~ No

11. What would you be wanted to call if you weren't your current name ?
~ Your Majesty (?...lol)

12. Would you be happy if you have everything ?
~ If they're everything I wanted and needed, why not

13. Are you always thinking of someone ?
~ My boys: son and pooch

14. Tell us of your most desperate dream ?
~ I haven't gotten that far

15. When did you last laugh till you cried ?
~ when I watched Robin, Regine, Ogie, and Janno goofing on stage

16. If you had a crush , would you tell them you love him/her now ?
~ No

17. If you could be anywhere in the world now , where would you want to be ?
~ sorting out a study proposal in that resort town 3 hours from London

18. When was your heart last broken?
~ When I had to fly Mozart to the Philippines

19. Whose birthday(s) is/are coming up?
~ Mama's tomorrow, Mozart's in six weeks, and mine in nine weeks

20. How many email accounts do you have?
~ I lost count

Comments

where is it raining men :(
it has been a draught season for such a long time ;)

My Sunday Stealing
Genefaith said…
This coming August bday mo sis?...

Interesting meme..Hope u enjoy ur sunday...

join ka pala sa slogan contest..I know marami kang idea jan..he..he..

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Lisa G said…
Cool answers. Have a great Sunday :)
I am Harriet said…
Awe...Mozart...how cute :)

http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/06/sunday-is-cool.html
Carleen said…
Raining men is a song that would wake me up, too!

Happy Sunday to you. :)
I didn't get the mp4 question either. Great response. I've got more mp3's to hear, too! Happy Sunday...
Lana said…
I enjoyed reading your answers...mine is up ..
I am starting a monday crazy question meme...Hope you will come join...I am trying to get the word out...the meme is at http://mondaycrazyquestions.blogspot.com/
thaks..Lani
Good answers. Nice to finally see someone who'd be content with everything. Have a great Sunday!
I don't know why I didn't answer that my dog is my bff ... he certainly is, though. :)
Anonymous said…
that "your majesty" was funny. enjoyed reading
Marie said…
I have a good time reading your post entry about it.. thanks for visiting my site too!:)

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