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Sunday Stealing: Blame Tara

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger known as MelRoXx of the blog Life of a Mean Jean. She explains that she was tagged to do the meme by gaelikaa and she states that it's called The Blame Tara Meme. 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 us thieves!

Question 1: Who do you think is the hottest movie star?

  • I love it when he winks at his godson
    • Sirius Black by maponto

      Question 2: Apart from your house and your car, what is the most expensive thing you have ever bought?
      • a lot that has been idle for twelve years now (stupid purchase that was)

      Question 3: What is your most treasured memory?

      • cuddling my two boys, the biological and the canine

      Question 4: What is the best gift you’ve ever received as a child?

      • books and piano lessons

      Question 5: What is the biggest mistake you’ve ever made?

      • not asking my father and grandfather to send me to medschool

      Question 6: Give four words to describe yourself.

      • When bored, meme away!

      Question 7: What was your highlight or lowlight of 2008?

      • jumping on a plane to KL for a fantastic weekend (high) and not snapping a single shot of myself digesting lunch at the Petronas (low)

      Question 8: What was your most embarrassing moment?

      • got plenty. mostly most embarrassing; the most face-reddening of all is too embarrasing to not be forgiven and forgotten

      Question 9: Tell something not generally known about yourself.

      • I can't ride a bike

      Question 10: If you were a comic strip/cartoon character, who would you be?

      • Melody. She and I share a similar kind of curiosity and mishief. The sketch here reflects one of my favorite family activities - an only child on her father's shoulder, with Ma walking along. More or less a spoiled brat too (lol)
      Melody, Eric and Ariel by OceansStar


      Anonymous said…
      ACK ... you can't ride a bike? LOL. I love your two boy's answer...excellent. Never seen your #1 either. And I must be living in a cave or something. Never heard of Melody either LOL. Great answers and have a great Sunday my friend :) Aloha
      Jayne d'Arcy said…
      Hmmm, I don't think I can ride a bike anymore. It's been over 20 years. And, woohoo on Sirius!
      Hootin' Anni said…
      I like "when bored, meme away!"

      My Sunday Stealing is now posted. I'd love to have you stop by for a visit. Have a great week ahead.
      I am Harriet said…
      Biological and canine- me too!

      Have a great Sunday!
      hey i cant ride a bike either :(
      but i think they all know!

      There's no harm in being a bit spoiled. Great job as always!
      Becca said…
      I had never even heard of Melody...she's not from the original movie, is she? And my sister is 19 and can't ride a bike either...she just never learned. But it's never too late!
      bindhiya said…
      You have a beautiful blog!
      I don't know how to ride a bike too..
      enjoy your little ones :)
      thanks for stopping by.
      ♥ & ((hugs))
      sweet_shelo said…
      cool meme sis...

      By the way, I added ur link on my favorite blogs already.. Thanks..
      Hazel said…
      Hi Thom, sometimes I also can't believe I can't ride a bike, (lol) but I must really have zero sense of balance on this one

      Hi Jayne, Sirius! yes!:-)

      Hi Anni, meme seems to be doing bored people like me good

      Hi Harriet, they are adorable, aren't they?

      Hi Desi, I didn't know so thanks for sharing that :)

      Hi Bud, I love agreeing with you on that!

      Hi Becca, Melody is in Disney's 2000 sequel release: The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea

      Hi Bindi, thanks for returning the visit. see you around :)
      Vanniedosa said…
      well... a lot is an investement, maybe you can sell it for a higher price soon and then go back to KL and take lotsa pics lol.

      thanks for visiting my steals. Xo
      genejosh said…
      sis i'll teach you how to ride a bike..he..he..madali lang...

      about no.5, it's my dream before to be a medical doctor...hmmmm..

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