Sunday, August 18, 2013

Once Was Enough

From Sunday Stealing


Let Me Give Your Heart A Break Meme

Q. Do you prefer a lot of ice in your drinks or just a little bit of ice?

A. No ice.
 
Q. Which condiment (ketchup, mustard, etc.) do you use the most of?

A. Mayonnaise.

Q. Does war scare you?

A. Yes. And it should scare you, too.

Q. Do you know any songs that are older than you are?

A. Yes.
 
Q. Are you comfortable sharing drinks with your friends?

A. Do you mean like sharing the same glass? No. I don't do that with anyone. I won't even drink after my husband. The last time I did that was when I was 18 and I got mononucleosis from it.
 
Q. What season were you born in?

A. Spring, ah the Spring!
 
Q. Have you ever spent over $100.00 on an article of clothing? What was it?

A. Yes, my wedding gown.
 
Q. Do you think you’re too hard on yourself sometimes?

A. Yes.
 
Q. What pizza place do you usually order from?

A. Bellacino's. They don't deliver so we always eat pizza out.
 
Q. Honestly, have you ever mooned or flashed somebody?

A. No.

Q. Do you have a least favorite color?

A. Yes. Orange.

Q. Honestly, have you ever written something on a bathroom stall?

A. No.

Q. Who do you consider to be the king of pop?

A. Michael Jackson
 
Q. Do you know all of the words to any childrens song?

A. Yes.
 
Q. Can you name 3 purple foods?

A. You do realize that you're asking yes or no questions, and those are not conducive to interesting answers, don't you? But anyway, grapes, eggplant, and NeHi soda.

Q. When was the last time you made a pinky promise?

A. Probably when I was eight years old.
 
Q. What celebrity do you wish would have a big comeback?

A. I used to be a big fan of Kate Jackson. It's be all right if she could come back young. The last time I saw her in something on TV she looked pretty bad. Too skinny.
 
Q. Do you think your parents know things about you that you don’t want them to?

A. I'm sure they do but that this point in my life I really don't care.

Q. Have you ever walked into a spider web?

A. Yes.

Q. What grocery store do you usually get your food from?

A. Kroger.

Q. What would be your happily ever after?

A. I'd write a book that was turned into a movie and it would sell a gazillion dollars and my husband could retire and farm full time if he wanted, or go play golf if he wanted.
 
Q. When was the last time you spoke in front of a large group of people?

A. In July.
 
Q. Who is the worst driver you know?

A. I can't think of anyone, really, at least, not in terms of wrecks or tickets.
 
Q. How about the best driver?

A. Me. My husband, however, would beg to differ.
 
Q. Are you shorter or taller than most of your friends?

A. Shorter.
 
Q. Do you know anybody who was born on a holiday?

A. I know someone who was born on February 29. And I know people born close to holidays. And I know one person who was born on Christmas Day.
 
Q. What is one thing you really don’t like sharing?

A. Saliva.
 
Q. Have you ever been hit on through text message?

A. I don't text.
 
Q. What was the last junk food you ate?

A. I broke bad and had a Milky Way Midnight the other day.
 
Q. Do you prefer sweet or sour candy?

A. Sweet.
 
Q. What was the last alcoholic beverage you consumed?

A. In 2011, I had a little blackberry wine. Aren't I the wild thing? 

Q. Currently waiting on something/someone?

A. Not really.
 
Q. What was the last thing you watched on television?

A. A rerun of Cagney and Lacey on DVD.

Q. How old will you be in 12 months?

A. A year older.
 
Q. Do you sleep naked?

A. No.
 
Q. Have you ever held hands with someone in a car?

A. Good grief. I am married and we're still in love after 30 years. We hold hands everywhere we go.
 
Q. Could you go the rest of your life without smoking a cigarette?

A. I don't smoke, so yes.
 
Q. What do you say during awkward silences?

A. I don't say anything. That is why it is called a silence.
 
Q. When will you next see the last person you texted?

A. Again, I don't text. So there. 

Q. Honestly, when is the last time you have been to Texas?

A. 1976. And once was enough.

6 comments:

  1. The last time I let my husband have a sip of my drink (felt sorry for him not being prepared on a trip) I got sick. Next time he will need to bring his own drink.

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  2. Super gross... who would want to share saliva? LOL!

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  3. I think that would be so odd to have February 29 as your birthday. LOL at the saliva comment!

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  4. That last answer gave me a good chuckle!

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  5. I think it's so romantic that you and your husband hold hands all the time.

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  6. Interesting that the writer of this one assumes everyone texta and has been to Texas. And you're right--there were a lot of passive yes/no questions. We have four holiday births and three almost in my family.

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