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The Strange Question Meme, Part I

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Leo Maccool at the blog Butch Girlcat. It's a 50 question meme, so we decided to it in two parts. Today is Part 1. She explains that she stole this the ever-fabulous GREG. 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!


1. What is the color of your toothbrush?

2. Name one person who made you smile today.
I just woke up, and I'm alone

3. What were you doing at 8 am this morning?

4. What were you doing 45 minutes ago?
reading in bed

5. What is your favorite candy bar?
I've forgotten. It's been awhile since my gum swelled from too many candy bars

6. Have you ever been to a strip club?

7. What is the last thing you said aloud?
Seat belt, Ceej

8. What is your favorite ice cream? How to choose?
durian and chocolate with almonds

9. What was the last thing you had to drink?

10. Do you like your wallet?


11. What was the last thing you ate?
fried chicken noodles with kale

12. Have you bought any new clothing items this week?

13. The last sporting event you watched?
Quidditch World Cup. Krum was bleeding, but he caught the snitch

14. What is your favorite flavor of popcorn?

15. Who is the last person you sent a text message to?
my mother

16. Ever go camping?
I went a hundred years ago

17. Do you take vitamins daily?
if I remember

18. Do you go to church every Sunday?
nor on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday....

19. Do you have a tan?

20. Do you prefer Chinese food over pizza?

21. Do you drink your soda with a straw?
I don't drink soda

22. What did your last text message say?
I don't remember

23. What are you doing tomorrow?

24. Favorite color?

25. Look to your left; what do you see?
my son's baseball bat wrestling with my pillows


Jewel said…
You LIKE durian ice cream?? No thank you! I love ice cream but I like durian more than durian ice cream (and actually ice cream more than durian!)

You remember going camping a hundred years ago but you don't remember your last txt message? hehe.
Ebie said…
Hazel, I am like you, always cautious, seat belt first before drive!

P.S. I have posted photos of me in a not so halloween costume, and hahaha, me!
Lily said…
Lucky you, I couldn't get seats to the Quidditch World Cup. :D

Same answers for 23 and 24

Happy Sunday!!
Hazel said…
That, Jewel, is a diplomatic way of saying I don't want anyone getting nosy over what they're not supposed to know :D

The public info is I'm having all the durian icecream I want today. Studded with almonds. Yes, thank you! lol

Ate Eb, aha...going there to have a look :-)

Lily, a muggle-born friend who's dating a pureblood with connections to the ministry did it for me, lol...
Anonymous said…
i am not much of an ice cream eater but if i have to eat ice cream, i'd love to have durian ice cream. I would like to have a chance to watch quidditch world cup someday:)
baseball bat wrestling with pillows? Did I read that right?
I am Harriet said…
Yikes- your gum swelled?

Have a great day.

ps. join us for Monday Mayhem-
Hazel said…
and my cheek too, it looked like an apple lol ... seriously.
Anonymous said…
Cheese popcorn...Interesting. Have a wonderful Sunday and week ahead my friend :)
darly said…
Hi Hazel, i wonder what you were stirring at 8AM... m guessing a hot steaming coffee, lol (hehehe)

Durian ice cream sounds interesting, ill try it out next time im in Manila.

Have a great week.

I Love Darly
XoXo said…
I like Durian Ice cream Zel, give me!!! Am so dying to have a scoop, even for a scoop please. Tagai ko bah!

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