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Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Catherine Donovan at the blog Marvel Not a Girl. She does not state where she found it. She grabbed it because she couldn't sleep. 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!

Would it be hard to kiss the last person you kissed?
nope; I kiss my kiddo constantly

When is it hard to kiss someone?
when they're not kissable

You're trapped in a room with your most recent ex for three days, what do you do?'s payback time

Does it matter to you if your significant other smokes?
it does

Have you ever regretted letting someone go?

Where would you go if you were butt naked and locked out of your house?
the shed

Do you want to please everyone?
if they're everyone I care about, yes

Have you ever been called heartless?
a couple of times probably; but is flunking scums heartless?

Someone calls you at 3:00 AM, who do you expect it to be?
a disoriented friend on the other side of the world

Does it matter if your significant other drinks?
it does

Could you go the rest of your life without doing drugs?
what drugs?

Which is better, amazing eyes or an amazing smile?
the latter

Do you want to get married and have children one day?
I'll think about it

Are you easy to get along with?

last time I checked - I was, and a non-bloggy friend confirmed it

Do you ever want to go to sleep and not wake up?
as much as I like sleeping, I always want to get back to the action in due time

Are you shorter than your Mom?

Describe your life currently in one word:

Are you on medication for anything?
I'm healthy, dude

Who would you allow to read your thoughts for one day?


Are there things in your life that you will never be able to get over?

none or life will be miserable if we can't let go

If you woke up naked next to the last person you kissed, what would your reaction be?
breakfast in bed?


Adie said…
I enjoyed reading this!
Have a wonderful Sunday!
Anonymous said…
ROFLMAO... The shed....too funny. I'm waiting for someone to say they just sit there and scream bloody murder LOL :) Have a great Sunday :)
Arlene said…
i too played today, zel!

it's been quite sometime since my last ss meme. lahi na jud ang life. wala man gani ko ligo making this meme and gikan pa ko sa gym almost 2 hrs ago. hehehe

grabe ka busy.

happy sunday!
i rather liked those answers!
I am Harriet said…
Good for you taking payback :)
Hootin' Anni said…
"pay back time" it!!!

Mine's Here. You'll need to scroll down to near the bottom of my post to find my answers. Have a great Sunday.
Ebie said…
Me, too, I love "payback" time! But hiding in the shed is too funny, if I could find one nearby!

Haz, I enjoyed reading this, hmmmm, maybe thinking of joining this someday!
Breakfast in bed was perfect. You are a riot! Happy Sunday...
darly said…
i think so too- shed is the best place to hide if your butt naked. keeps you warm and hidden ;)

Have great week ahead, mine is up too- check it out.
The shed! Best answer ever!

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