Sunday, March 30, 2014

Sunday Stealing: Humpty Dumpty

From Sunday Stealing

The 20Q Meme

1. When you buy a greetings card are the words or the picture more important to you?

A. The words.

2. What's your favorite kind of cake?


A. I could go with some devil's chocolate cake with chocolate icing right now. But only because I haven't had one in ages. I'm not supposed to be eating chocolate.

3. Do you ever make gifts for people, if so what, or do you buy them?


A. I usually buy gifts. I am not that crafty.

4. You are chosen to have lunch with the President. The condition is you only get to ask one question. What do you ask?


A. Are you proud of whatever will be your legacy and why?

5. Which do you dislike most: pop-up ads or spam email?


A. I dislike them equally.

6. What was the best party you've ever been to?


A. I can't think of a favorite. Well, I liked the 50th birthday party my husband gave me last year as a surprise, but by most people's standards it wasn't a "best" party, I imagine. No drinking or anything like that. Just a nice little pizza party in the middle of the day with some of my friends and family.

7. Which is worse, being in a place that is too loud, or too quiet?


A. Too loud is much worse. I much prefer the quiet.

8. You are offered an envelope that you know contains $50. You are then told that you may either keep it or exchange it for another envelope that may contain $500 or may be empty. Do you keep the first envelope, or do you take your chances with the second?


A. I go for the second.

9. Do you wish cellphone etiquette was a required class upon purchasing one?


A. I think that is a most excellent idea.

10. What's the most messed up food combination that you've had that was actually good?


A. I thought pineapple on pizza would taste horrid but it's actually pretty good.

11. What's one of your most random pet peeves (something that annoys you)?


A. People who talk on their cell phones while they are standing in line. Honestly, you are not that important.

12. When is the last time you had home cooking?


A. Last night. We eat at home most of the time. We only go out about once a week or less.

13. If you could be a fictional character from a book who would you choose?

A. Nancy Drew. Stephanie Plum. Hermione. I can't decide. But wouldn't it be nice to live in such an ephemeral world.

14. If you could be in a television sit-com, which would you choose?


A. The Big Bang Theory. I have a sneaking suspicion I would fit in with that bunch quite well.

15. If you could be any animal or creature for one day, what would it be?


A. A Pterodactylus, just so I could prove to certain groups that it existed.

16. What's your favorite girl's name?


A. Susan. Haven't we been here before? Susan Pumpernickel.

17. What's your favorite boy's name?


A. James. Not only is that my husband's name, it was also the name of my favorite invisible friend when I was a child.

18. What's your supermarket of choice?


A. I shop at Kroger, mostly because it is close.

19. If you were to attend a costume party tonight, what or whom would you go as?


A. Humpty Dumpty.

20. What is your concession stand must-have at the movies
?

A. Chocolate covered raisins.

12 comments:

  1. I didn't think of Hermione as my character--she'd be lots of fun. I did think of a zany detective, though.

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  2. I would ask the president how he handles all the hateful, hurtful, crazy things people say about him. I always wonder about that. He's human. How can he take it, knowing people feel this way, calling him monkey and whatnot? This is 2014. You'd think they'd be over it.

    Yum, chocolate covered raisins!

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  3. Stephanie Plum and The Big Bang Theory....I knew I liked you! :)

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  4. I pretty much crawled into a hole and hid when I turned 50. Thank goodness everyone left me alone.

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  5. wow, your invisible childhood friend had your husbands name, that is intriguing and is good fodder for a story

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  6. wow, your invisible childhood friend had your husbands name, that is intriguing and is good fodder for a story

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  7. nice responses... #5 I definitely agree. And you wouldn't like me on my cell talking while waiting in line--- wait wait--- I don't talk WHEW I just surf the web and check email while waiting in like lol

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  8. In England they put corn on pizza. I thought that was totally strange, until I tried it. Now we use it when we make one at home.

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  9. That sounds like the perfect party!!

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  10. And I am going to post a picture of Snow Caps on my blog for you!!

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  11. We have number eleven in common, and I LOVE pineapple on pizza.

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