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The Magical Mystery Tour Meme


Today we ripped this meme off a blogger and blog called Magical Mystery Tour. He's from the UK where they spell words strangely. As for this meme, he states who stole it but does not say from where. 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 US ALL THIEVES!

1. Is there anybody you just wish would fall off the planet?
~ yes

2. How do you flush the toilet in public?
~ push the flush button

3. Do you wear your seatbelt in the car?
~ yes

4. Do you have a crush on someone?
~ no

5. Name one thing you worry about running out of.
~ cocaine err...coffee

6. What famous person do you (or other people) think you resemble?
~ none

7. What is your favourite pizza topping?
~ anything but anchovy

8. Do you crack your knuckles?
~ no

9. What song do you hate the most?
~ none

10. Did just mentioning that song make it get stuck in your head?
~ I said none to #9

11. What are your super powers?
~ none

12. Peppermint or spearmint?
~ peppermint

13. Where are your car keys?
~ I no have them. I'm from Thailand where the grammar is strange

14. Last song you listened to?
~ Crossing the Bar

15. What's your most annoying habit?
~ I tend to procrastinate

16. Where did you last go on vacation?
~ Chantaburi

17. What is your best physical feature?
~ my heart

18. What CD is closest to you right now?
~ my kiddo's nature documentary

19. What 3 things can always be found in your refrigerator?
~ cheese, bread, and chicken sausage

20. What superstition do you believe/practice?
~ none

21. What colour are your bed sheets?
~ blue

22. Would you rather be a fish or a bird?
~ I'd rather be myself

23. Last thing you broke?
~ company-issued mobile phone

24. What are you having to eat tonight?
~ veggies hopefully

25. What colour shirt are you wearing?
~ I'm wearing a floral sundress

26. If you could be doing anything else today, what would you rather be doing?
~ reading research topics on Evolutionary Anthropology

27. Do security cameras make you nervous?
~ no

28. If you wrote a book about your life, what would the title be?

~ One Night in Bangkok

29. Last time you went to a cemetery?
~ 2005

30. Last concert you went to?
~ Air Supply

31. Favourite musician(s)/bands you've seen in concert?
~ I liked them all

32. Next concert you're planning to attend?
~ Journey

33. Do you talk to yourself?
~ once in a blue moon

34. Have you ever adopted or purchased a pet?
~ yes

35. Have you ever been present when an animal is being born?
~ yes

Comments

Anonymous said…
OMG...your #5 LOL...just too funny. LOL and I'm glad you talk to yourself once in a blue moon. So do I and then some. Great job on a too long of a meme LOL. Have a wonderful Sunday :)
Chubskulit Rose said…
Hi sis anong animal ang napanood mo ng nanganganak? ako nakakita na ako how a carabo and pig give birth to their babies hehehe..

heto ulit ako nangangampanya for your vote today for Rylie. Salamat Ulit! Balik ako bukas hehehe..
Chubskulit Rose said…
Yung meme nga pala si hubby daw ang sasali since my pixel bug na daw ako every sunday, nyahahaha makikumpetensya ba sa esposa lol..
yes indeed your heart is beautiful :)


My Sunday Stealing
Hazel said…
naku sis, big time kung kalabaw e hindi ako nakakita ng ganyan kalaki, kahit baboy. kambing yong nakita ko nyahahahaa
Hootin' Anni said…
#5 just made me laugh. Coffee, cocaine...same thing, right?


I stole!! Come on over if you can find time. My permalink to the answers this week is HERE
I am Harriet said…
Journey puts on a good concert.

Have a great day!
http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/10/do-you-have-crush-on-someone.html
I think we are all guilty of procrastinating. :) I would love to see Journey in concert!
LMAO at "I'm from Thailand where the grammar is strange"! Great line...
Ebie said…
This is a long meme, but I read till the end, and I was laughing by myself, hahaha (not talikng...)

Hazel, thanks for giving the link to John (Chubskulit's hubby).

Have a great weekend!
EJ said…
Oh what a tag "sunday stealing"..

Thank you so much for your support to my daughter. If you can please vote for Jillian Rylie Cottrill again today, tomorrow, and until 31st, it would be so much appreciated. Thank you so much!
Jayne d'Arcy said…
My favorite: 17. What is your best physical feature?
~ my heart

How lovely!
As we all know that your heart is very beautiful. Yes it is.

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