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The Strange Question Meme, Part II

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!


26. What color is your watch? got several watches, the one I see in front of me is silver and black

27. What do you think of when you hear “Australia”? kangaroos down under

28. Would you strip for money? I would even if there's no money involved; but then don't go blaming me if you get irreversibly cross-eyed afterwards

29. Do you go in a fast food place or just hit the drive thru? go in is the usual practice here, although I've tried drive thru in the UK

30. What is your favorite number? 8

31. Who’s the last person you talked to on the phone? Chet

32. Any plans today? rearrange the furniture

33. In how many states have you lived? nah

34. Biggest annoyance right now? indecision

35. Last song listened to? lullaby for my kiddo

36. Can you say the alphabet backwards? only up to X unless maybe if I concentrate

37. Do you have a maid service clean your house? how about a live-in maid? Ok, I used to have that, but it's just a perk of third world countries

38. Favorite pair of shoes you wear all the time? the pair I wear to work is hardly my favorite but they help me survive my job

39. Are you jealous of anyone? I'm too busy making my life the way I want it to be to be jealous of anyone

40. Is anyone jealous of you? I don't know

41. Do you love anyone? of course

42. Do any of your friends have children? I just realized that they don't, now that you asked. Either they are good at birth control or they have fertility issues

43. What do you usually do during the day? work

44. Do you hate anyone that you know right now? I don't forgive those few hags and bastards who offended me big time, I never will by the way, but I don't hate

45. Do you use the word hello daily? only to those who stupidly offer me jobs they assume I'd jump in. Pathetic them I can't be bothered with flaunting evidence that my circumstances don't match those jobs

46. What color is your car? I don't even have a toy bike

47. What size wedding ring do you wear? the jeweler had to resize it to smallest when I was married

48. Are you thinking about someone right now? no one in particular

49. Have you ever been to Six Flags? no

50. How did you get your worst scar? by attempting an unsuccessful sui-cide whoa!.... LOL! I should have opted for laser removal of that mole on my arm. It was tiny but unwanted. Now it could match one of Mad Eye Moody's battle souvenirs. Vanity, anyone?


Tami W. said…
Oh, I love 44 and I am so sorry to hear about 50!

I'm glad to have you stop by my blog today.....nice to see we have the same maid....OURSELVES! :)

Don't work too hard!

Lily said…
Great answer on #44

Happy Sunday!
Anya said…
I will send you a toy bike ...LOL
I love your answers they make me always ^___^

Enjoy your sunday !!
Arlene said…
fertility issues? awwww hehehee

hi zel, came by to read ur answers. :)
I am Harriet said…
Have fun rearranging furniture. That's something I keep putting off :)

Be sure to join us for Monday Mayhem
Have a great day!
Anonymous said…
We have a live in maid. The funny thing is she not only looks just like me but also has the same name. ;)
sleigh beds said…
Good questions and answer also. nice conversation.

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