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Threesomes


1. Your mate or spouse or the person you have known on a personal level for quite a while, comes to you and suggests that things need to be spiced up and suggests a threesome. what is your reaction?
~ not tonight dear (nor tomorrow nite, nor at anytime...)

2. you are doing the shopping at the grocery store and there is one bad habit you wish your mate would give up and it's on your list to buy. Do you conveniently forget the item or go ahead and feed their habit?
~ shop-lifters have zero appeal to me in the first place, so I can't relate

3. Your spouse/mate/date is driving and you are feeling seriously scared about the speed the they are traveling. You have already complained twice about their driving skills. Do you demand they slow down? or bite your lip? Will they call you a backseat driver and will an argument more than likely breakout?
~ if they didn't slow down - I'm out. Out of the car. Out of the relationship

4. Your neighbors put their dogs out at 630 AM everyday and they bark non stop and wake you up. How do you handle the problem?
~ use earmuffs

5. Tell us about something that you can do that more than likely not a lot of other people can do.
~ boringly ordinary me - none I guess.

6. Do you still have any of your childhood toys that might be worth some money?
~ if after playing with my barbie dolls my cousin didn't leave them on the floor for my mother's dog to nibble on, they might be worth something. But I can't be sure exactly. I just remember they were beautiful, one was really expensive-looking; all of them shipped from Australia

7. what is/was your all time favorite Beatles Song??
~ I was born post-Beatles era ... But I like Sir Paul minus that Heather

8. If you felt motivated to really tighten up the house hold budget, what item would you need to give up to save money?
~ I won't give up anything; but I will economize everything

Head over to Lani's MCQ home to play along.

Comments

Beth said…
super wise answers! I like the last one! Me too, I think I won't give up anything, kasi the fact that it's included in the budget, important yun di ba? korek ka to just economize them. :)

how are you, Hazel! missed being here! :)
Lana said…
LOL My kind of woman...tell them the way it is!!!!!!!!( #1) and (#3)
I think I'll have to get me those earmuffs....:-)
Good answers! L
Hazel said…
Hi Beth, that's the point - if it's in the budget, it's important. all other borloloys shouldn't be in the list in the first place. 'heading over to your place by and by.

Hi Lani, LOL... you make questions that are thought-provoking indeed. I appreciate your visit.
Anya said…
HEHE
LOL
You answers are ?!?!?!
FUNNY :)
Hazel said…
Hi Anya, yeah...I'm crazy on Mondays lol!
Bing Yap said…
Very clever answers in #1 and #3.. way to go girl!!! funny monday here. have a great week! =)
annies home said…
good way to solve #8 just take a bit of everything
pehpot said…
OMG threesome? ewe!
nice answers ha... specially the speed driver, tama nga naman, if he won't listen you better get out :)

e since you are a good driver naman din, for sure you won't let guys drive you around.. hindi ba mahira during the times na buntis ka?

Make or Break
Hazel said…
hi PinkLady, just about what i came up to relieve some stress at work :)

hi shopannies, now that i think about no. 8, it could be a strain as i want some items really in abundance, like internet and ice cream, but thank God these Qs are hypothetical. i hope we don't ever come to dealing with such a thing for real

hi pehpot, good driver? hahahah... did i tell you that i fiddle with the music player or put lipstick on during red light?

the difficulty was when the belly swelled to almost popping point, i stopped the whole driving thing. when maong jeans were still possible to wear, i drove normally.

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