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Saturday 9: Elected
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1. Many of my friends have commented they cannot discuss politics with co-workers, family, friends and others without conflict rearing its ugly head. Do you feel you can talk with your family and friends about this particularly divisive election? yes but with a unanimous attitude like 'is that so? oh... duh' the topic shifts quickly

2. Do you know who you're voting for in next week's election? How did you decide? this election's not for some of us

3. What do you think is the most important issue in next Tuesday's election? no idea

4. Can you go a day without laughing? hardly

5. Do you think that you can chose who you want to love? in my case nowadays - yes absolutely

6. Have you ever been on stage? For what? all the time. to make a fool of myself

7. Would you ever live in a different country? If yes, where? Fairyland

8. Any plans for Halloween? I'll celebrate it with Harry Potter 7

9. The last costume that you wore, what was it and why did you choose it? Thai national costume for women. It's the normal bridal wear in a Thai buddhist wedding

Crazy Sam hosts


Weekend Funnies: Bucket Seat
Thanks to OM2.

So you think you know what a bucket seat is?

Shakira and Gattina host


I am Harriet said…
I like your fairyland idea :)

Have a great day!
Hazel said…
fairyland is some place one can always wake up and and get out from should the villains come :-)
Jewel said…
Oh my goodness.. look at the little baby in the bucket! Why does he appear to be naked when his brother is dressed very warm? hmm...

PS: I'm going to Cambodia December 21 for a 3 week trip between semesters.
Hazel said…
I did wonder about that baby... 3 weeks in Cambodia! How nice!
Hootin' Anni said…
ROFLMAO!! Now that DEFINITELY gives a whole new meaning to 'bucket' seat. Too, too funny.
Hazel said…
It does indeed! LOL!
Ebie said…
Haz, I remember that song you sang when you were a little girl, so I disagree with #6.

Hehehehe, its called habalhabal sa Bisaya - Bucket seats!
Hazel said…
Which song, Ate Eb...oh I'm so getting younger lol!

Naa pud habalhabal diay ang mga pikot no? hahaha!
Gattina said…
Very economic lol, sorry I missed this last week I was on holidays and couldn't visit you all.
Hope you will be there for this weekend's funnies !
I took it over because Shakira has not enough time anymore.
JonaBQ said…
gawd! they love taking the whole family in a single motorbike. the same here in the phils. but i haven't seen something like this. did you take this pic personally? funny and disturbing, ehe!


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