Stolen from someone.
1-What do you want people to say about you when you die?
He was a good friend.
2-How long does it take you to get ready to go out?
I'm ready now. Oh, for what?
3-If you were an animal what would you be?
4-What's your biggest fear?
Right now, that there are certain rxtended family issues that seem unresolvable.
5-What’s your most prized possesion?
It's hard to say. Probably my signed copy of Abbey Road by all four Beatles.
6-What’s the funniest word you can think of?
Almost anything can be funny if you say it right. That said, something German such as farfenugen.
7-Do you get along with your parents? Mom, most of the time. Dad is deceased.
8-What do you look for in the opposite sex?
Intelligence, a certain curviness, eyes.
9-What was the most difficult thing you had to do?
Go to Charlotte the week my father was dying, because I knew if i went, he would die. And he did.
10-If you were given one day to live what would you do?
Kiss the Vice-President and hope for a scandal.
11-If you could relive any day of your life either for good or to change it what would it be?
It was a breakup.
12-What's the worst feeling in the world?
13-If you could meet anyone who ever existed who would it be?
I've answered this before, so I'll say, this time, Jackie Robinson.
14-What was the meanest thing you ever did as a little kid?
I hid from people when I was feeling melacholy, and enjoyed hearing them calling, looking for me.
15-What have you learned about love?
There's a song in the movie Moulon Rouge which captures all the love cliches. They are cliches because they are true.
16-How have you changed in the past year?
More tired, more worried about family, more happy with blogging, more unhappy about my work venue, more tired of rain.
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