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When you are spent

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Notbob at the blog Notbob's Bits. He states that he stole it at Milly's Big Fat Me blog. 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!



Is easy to love? my boys, especially the one in dark glasses

Do you just wanna smack?
Yes - Severus Snape

Do you trust?
I'd rather not. I learned from the nun who trusted and got pregnant. She confessed it was Baba Ghanoush

Do you talk to when you're alone?
authors of the books I'm reading


Dangerous things do you do while driving?
either of these: worrying about work, putting on lipstick, mistaking red for green

Are you allergic to?

Is Satan's last name?
to be confirmed. we haven't been formally introduced

Is the freakiest thing in your house?...
my late father's Poison


Is it time to turn over a new leaf?
when life starts handing you lemons

Will you be all that you can be?
when I'm all that I want to be

Is enough enough?
when you are spent

Do you go to the dark side?
when it's to Amedei's Chauo


Are your pants?
to my left

Is your last will and testament?
in the air

Is your junk food stash?
bedside drawer

Is Carmen Sandiego?
same place as the Kremlin is in the Bermuda Triangle


Was the Lone Ranger alone?
I dunno why was he called lone when he had Tonto

Was The Scarlet Letter scarlet?
scarlet symbolizes adultery among other sins

Are musicians sexy and plumbers not?
pulsating veins that glisten on the temples of an aging legend in concert might awaken the horny toad in a nun

Are there no seat belts on school buses?
dunno... we always lived near the school so I always walked

Would you...

Swim the English Channel for a doughnut and coffee? If not that, what?
if I evolved from sinker to floater then it better be only for something that's really worth my while

Forgive someone who deliberately hurt you?
fat chance

Rather believe a lie if it hurt you less than the truth?
I don't believe. I know.

You still be alive if you were sucked out of an airplane window?
If I were a cat maybe


I am Harriet said…
Good for you keeping your stash close by.

Have a great Sunday!

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i like these. happy sunday! thanks for visiting..see ya next weel
Anya said…
You answers are to FUNNY :-)
You make me always smile .......
I like your son in a costume
wow!! a real good looking young men

(Yes Hazel I have green fingers (also green toes ..... LOL)
Of course the cat would land on its feet! Great job as usual...
You are right. The lone ranger was not alone.
Ebie said…
Are you a midnight food snacker? That's where I store mine!

Haz, your answers are so funny, hehehe Tonto and the Lone Ranger, my favorite!
Anonymous said…
I'm so with you on forgiving someone that hurt you. :) LOL about your last will and testament. Great answers and funny. Have a great week ahead :)
Rims said…
:D That was a fun read....

Thanks for stopping by....and have fun eating junk foods :)

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