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Today we ripped off a blogger and blog called Highway Girl. We will do the forty question in two parts. She states that she shamelessly stolen from Rappy. 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 us thieves!

                   The Lower 40 Meme

1) Who is the last person you high-fived? Lorel

2) If you were drafted into a war, would you survive. I survived my ex and divorce. A war would be like eating shelled peanuts.

3) Do you sleep with the TV on? Sometimes

4) Have you ever drunk milk straight out of the carton? There was a straw

5) Have you ever won a spelling bee. Used to perfect spelling quizzes. Nowadays when I go blank, I go blank., eg. could not spell poeple.

6) Have you ever been stung by a bee? Many times when I was a kid

7) How fast can you type? Fast enough to finish thesis before I ran out of moolah to finance the rest of grad school 

8) Are you afraid of the dark? I'm curious of the dark.

9) Eye color: Black. Kevin says it's dark brown. Whatever.

10) Have you ever made out at a drive-in? Give me a nice comfy bed

11) When was the last time you chose a bath over a shower? When there were a thousand rose petals to sprinkle on the tub, Maneeya Ville days

12) Do you knock on wood? If it's someone I don't want to die or be harmed, yes.

13) Do you floss daily? I used to follow the cue of a dentist aunt....

15) Can you hula hoop? Yes.

16) Are you good at keeping secrets? Another yes.

17) What do you want for Christmas? Singapore

18) Do you know the Muffin Man? No idea

19) Do you talk in your sleep? When I was a kid I was told I did

20) Who wrote the book of love? Jane Austen who else?

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Comments

Shahz said…
Happy Sunday stealing..
Michelle said…
Stopping by to say Hello and thanks for commenting on my blog.

My sister could do the hula-hoop.
I never learned how.
I am Harriet said…
Loved your peanut/Ex analogy.

Have a great rest of your day!
http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/09/who-wrote-the-book-of-love/

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