Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Ten Questions

Because my blogging brain  is broken, apparently. This came from KatieOhKatie, who got it from someone else, who got it from someone else, and so on, and so on, and so on.*

{one} how often do you do laundry?  Clean clothes are for pampered princesses and persons of limited imagination.

{two} what is your favorite type of cookie? Soft, large gingerbread. Or cream cheese iced pumpkin. Or milk chocolate HobNobs. Or roasted garlic chocolate chip. Or iced molasses. Or peanut butter. Or soft sugar. I hate cookies. Cookies are the devil's lure. My oven is still broken.

{three} what would you do with an extra $2000 per month? Pay extra on the mortgage, extra on the car, extra on the line of credit. Put the rest in savings. Finish becoming Ross Gellar.

{four} what was/is your favorite subject in school? British Literature of the Victorian Period, Making Oneself Very Smart but Unemployable, If I went back today it would be American Political History and Public Affairs.

{five} have you ever ridden in a hot air balloon? No, but I can respond to queries with a tangential answer like "helicopter."

{six} what was your high school mascot? Herky, the WinHawk. Because LoseHawk is not a rallying cry.

The fu*#? Apparently, there has been a makeover:

{seven} if you had the chance to go into space, would you? I fear change and new experiences.
That said, it would be foolish to refuse, so with the right medication. What I most want right now is to see the last shuttle launch. Space geek.

{eight} how often do you go dancing? Never. There's no dancing in The Motherhood.

{nine} would you rather drive or fly? Drive, bitches. All. The. Way. Flying with a child is a pain in the ass. Flying freaks me out just a bit. I am not in control when I am flying. Our last long trip, we weighed the options and chose to drive 21 hours rather than fly because it was less expensive and we could pack what we wanted without having to pay for our bags and carry a car seat and pay for our seat assignments. Screw the airlines.

But I have no opinion on the above question.

{ten} have you ever been caught re-gifting? Nope. That stuff goes to Goodwill, or I give it to someone who needs it, not as a gift.
*name that commercial.


Kate said...


WOMAN! Fix your gorgeous vintage oven!!!

::muttering:: She don't know how good she got it. Awesome oven like that just sittin' all non-functionin' like. ::grumblegrumble::

kittywhumpus said...

The fixing of said oven involves a phone call, and I am phone-call-impaired. It's entirely ridiculous.