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Today we ripped off a blogger named Reyna Elena from the blog of Reyna Elena Dot Com. She states that she was tagged thanks to Moderately Confused Pinay. 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. Take the time to comment on other player's posts. It's a great way to make new friends! Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Cheers to all of us thieves!

1. Tell us about something that made you laugh last night.
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2. What were you doing at 8 PM last night?
Greeting a girl friend a happy birthday

3. What were you doing 30 minutes ago?
Packing up my lappy

4. What happened to you in 2006? (Feel free to republish an old post from '06.)
The best thing: divorce

5. What was the last thing you said out loud?
Defend your answer, people.

6. How many beverages did you have today?
Two cups of coffee

7. What color is your hairbrush?

8. What was the last thing you paid for?

9. Where were you last night?
In my bed

10. What color is your front door?

11. Where do you keep your change?
In a coin purse

12. What’s the weather like today?
A bit cloudy down here

13. What’s the best ice-cream flavor?
(Coldstone's) choco peanut butter

14. What excites you?
Potential asset

15. Do you want to cut your hair?
Not really

16. Are you over the age of 35?

17. Do you talk a lot?
I chillax a lot

18. Do you watch Franklin and Bash?

19. Do you know anyone named Steven?
A former Italian-American colleague

20. Do you make up your own words?
Trained to do exactly that but if I don't I make every effort to indicate so

21. Are you a jealous person?
There are moments.... I am usually over them in less than two minutes.

22. What does the last text message you received say?
Please answer your phone.

23. Where’s the next place you’re going to?
The wash supposedly

24. Who’s the rudest person in your life?
Nobody. Rude people do not last long with me. I either walk away or kick them out.

25. Are you crushing on anyone that you shouldn't be?

Judd Corizan hosts Sunday Stealing


Mouse said…
Ah divorce, that (eventual) happy 7 letter word. That was my first thought for 2006 but then I realised it had been 10 years earlier. Time flies when you're having fun! Have a great Sunday :)
Unknown said…
Divorce is often the best possible thing ... I've finally reached the point where I've realized that.
I am Harriet said…
Love it- you kick out rude people :)

Have a great rest of your weekend!
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jennifer said…
Have you checked out my meme? If not, come take a stab at the questions:

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