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The Starrlight Meme

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger known as Starrlight from the blog Here Comes the Storm...In the Form of a Girl. She explains that she "Had this sent to me last night and now I have to share. Ah the Vedder." We really have no idea who she stole it from. 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 was the last thing you put in your mouth?

2. Where was your profile picture taken?
Stratford-upon-Avon, at the back of Shakespeare's house

3. Can you play Guitar Hero?
~ no

4. Name someone who made you laugh today. What was it about?

~ I've just woken up. I haven't gone a'neighboring yet

5. How late did you stay up last night and why?
~ past midnite, Hard Rock dancing is good exercise

6. If you could move somewhere else where would you and why?
somewhere beyond the blue where the company is capital

7. Ever been kissed under fireworks?
can't remember

8. Which of your friends lives closest to you?
~ friends from my hometown

9. Do you believe ex's can be friends? With benefits?

~ it depends upon the kind of ex

10. Do you like Dr. Pepper?

~ haven't seen it here

11. When was the last time you cried really hard? Really hard as opposed to just sniveling?

~ mid 2005

12. Who took your profile picture?
~ a honey lemon-eyed beauty

13. Who was the last person you took a picture of?
~ my son

14. Was yesterday better than today? Why?

~ it's morning here; can't compare yet

15. Can you live a day without TV?

~ I can live a month or even years without TV

16. Are you upset about anything now?

~ thank God no

17. Do you think relationships are ever really worth it?

~ some are

18. Are you a bad influence?

~ my company have their own minds

19. Night out or night in?

~ I prefer in although last night it was out

20. What items could you not go without during the day?

~ internet

21. Who was the last person you visited in the hospital?

~ a cousin who delivered her baby

22. What does the last text message in your inbox say?

~ This is the last text got no more load

23. How do you feel about your life right now?
~ great

24. Do you hate anyone?

~ nobody is worth growing wrinkles for - that's my answer to the same Q in a previous SS

25. If we were to look in your Facebook inbox, what would we find?

~ nothing; I always forget my password so there's almost zero activity there

26. Say you were given a drug test right now, would you pass?
~ with flying colors

27. Has anyone ever called you perfect before?

~ they're all in touch with reality enough not to call me that

28. What song is stuck in your head?

~ Sweet Child O' Mine

29. Someone knocks on your window at 2 a.m., whom do you want it to be?

~ a handsome devil :-)

30. Do you (or did you) want to have grandkids before you’re 50?

~ I never thought of that before

31. Tell us of your Saturday night.
attended an alumni meet, then proceeded to Hard Rock

32. Do you think too much or too little?
~ too little

33. Do you smile a lot?

~ when I'm with my kind of company, yes


Lily said…
I love the answer to #27 and now I've got Sweet Child of Mine stuck in my head...

Happy Sunday :)
Anonymous said…
Love your 27 and I bet CJ brings a smile to your face plenty :) I love you 24. This was too long of a meme but you did good. Have an Wonderful Sunday my friend :) Aloha
Anya said…
Hi Hazel
You have always such a funny answers hahahaha....
Have a nice relaxing sunday
Hootin' Anni said…
I can't get beyond the profile photo....Shakespeare's house....color me soooooooo jealous.

My Stealing is done. I'd love to have you stop by if time allows it.

Here is the permalink to my answers today.
I am Harriet said…
I've been to Stratford Upon Avon. Very cool.

Have a great Sunday!
Thinking too little is never a bad thing! Happy Sunday...
sleigh beds said…
It's really such a nice conversation. I like all question and answer.
darly said…
i love stratford-upon-avon, it was the best place ive been to in UK when we went there last 2007.

hope we could go back there next year.

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