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The Seven Deadly Sins


Today we ripped off a blogger named and blog named Mignight Murdina of the blog Not All That Wander Are Lost. This meme was meant to be done with one question a day for 7 days. We are bad at following rules. So we will do it in a day! It is stated that it was “ganked” from Karaokegal. 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 of us thieves!

I have limits ; don't have seven illustrations for each sin but I so enjoyed doing this meme today.

1 - Pride. Seven great things about yourself. Financial independence / Imagination / Emotional resilience / Showing the ex-hubster I can do what he thinks I can't

2 - Envy. Seven things you lack and covet. J / J jr / Math aptitude / Entrepreneurial skill

3 - Wrath. Seven things that piss you off. Men who propose marriage at the wrong time / Inaccurate research / Santa Demonitas (sluts pretending to be morally upright)

4 - Sloth. Seven things you neglect to do. Laundry / Dishes / Breakfast / Sleep / Volunteering / Freelance job

5 - Greed. Seven worldly material desires. Shoes / Antiques

6 - Gluttony. Seven guilty pleasures. Facebooking when I should be doing something else / Household brands: fake and original / BS mode / Twirling jealous wannabe morons at work with 'bite-my-butt-if-you-can' attitude

7 - Lust. Seven love secrets. Thanks for saying "secrets" I don't have to type them then.

Bud Weiser hosts Sunday Stealing

Comments

KLo said…
Ex-husbands are great motivating factors, aren't they?
LOVED your "secrets". Bahaha.
Hazel said…
KLo, so right, lol!

Bud, yeah yeah my secrets :)))

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