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Aliens and private parts


1.The aliens have landed...they have invited you in for dinner....what do you think they are up to?
~ swap recipes after dinner

2. Remember that 20 dollar bill you found on the ground a few memes ago?? Ok you picked it up and someone comes to and says..hey that's mine...what do you say?
~ it's all yours

3. you got offered a part in a movie... they will pay an enormous amount of money....but you have to play the town she slut/he slut.. do you play the part or do you refuse to compromise your values?
~ if the price is right, values are in it

4. Do you have a name for your private parts?
~ no

5. You are driving north on Hell avenue and can only turn west on to hell Terrace. There is a car coming toward you on Hell avenue also, which also can only turn west onto Hell terrace. what does this prove??
~ surely there must be at least two lanes towards west

6. where is the strangest place you ever did the deed?
~ deed of sale, I heard of and it wasn't me who did it

7. Have you ever been caught doing the nasty...who caught you and where were you?
~ what nasty?

8. What can put you in the rottenest mood ever?
~ if you owe me money and you don't pay me back

Head over to Lani's MCQ home to play.

Comments

I am Harriet said…
Seriously- what nasty?

Happy Monday.
http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/08/crazy-monday.html
Lana said…
Great answers....
Gee no one knows what the nasty is...LOL
I don't like it people owe mw money either!!!!! errrgggg

thanks for playing! I enjoyed reading your answers!
Anonymous said…
Swap recipes. LOL I agree...what Nasty Happy MCQ :)
Hazel said…
Harriet, lol!
Hazel said…
Lani, I got something in mind about that, but I wouldn't want to be accused of being...never mind ... LMAO!
Hazel said…
Hi Thom, recipes - I'm curious what are theirs, lol!
pehpot said…
name for private parts? whoa!!

some of my entrie son gossip mom are comemnt restricted, lalo na ung mga entries that points here kase nga para they will comment here instead of the gossip mom entry hehe.. tricky no..

at tenk u sa pag follow hehe :)

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Unknown said…
These are funny questions Hazel and had fun reading your witty answers. :)

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