Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Q&A Wednesday

It's Q&A Day.

This "We Want to Know Wednesday" is brought to you by these lovely bloggers: Mamarazzi, Impulsive Addict, Seriously Shawn, & Janette.




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Here are this week's questions:

{1} What is the best or worst pick up line you have ever been given?
{2} What is your most and least favorite day of the week?
{3} How many hours of sleep do you require each night?
{4} Is there a song that takes you back in time? What song is it & what's the memory attached?
{5} What is your biggest guilty pleasure?


{1} What is the best or worst pick up line you have ever been given? I searched back in the recesses of my mind to see if I've ever been the victim of a pick-up line, good or bad. At first, I couldn't think of any. But then I burst into giggles thinking of a friend of mine who, after listening to me whine and bitch about being single and lonely (and this was years ago...imagine...all these years of whining and bitching...it's amazing people still talk to me), finally said to me: "Hey, are you from Tennessee?" Entirely confused, I replied, "uhhh...no...", and he quickly shot back, "'Cause you're the only ten I see!!" Seriously made.my.night. Couldn't stop laughing. Of course it was just a joke, he was only a friend (okay, so maybe I had a teeny tiny crush on him at one time, whatever). But it made me laugh, and I know that's exactly what he intended to do.

{2} What is your most and least favorite day of the week? Most favourite: Friday. I like the anticipation of the weekend. And I like the Glee version of the Rebecca Black travesty.
Least favourite: Monday. God, I hate Mondays.

{3} How many hours of sleep do you require each night? I get about 8, and that's more than enough. I like to sleep. When I don't get enough sleep, everyone knows about it. It's probably my biggest fear about having kids, because I know they're not necessarily the best sleepers in the world. (But I think I would adapt.)

{4} Is there a song that takes you back in time? What song is it & what's the memory attached? Oh my gosh, I can hardly pick just one.
"I Think We're Alone Now" by Tiffany - Stanton Road air bands of my youth.
"Long Time Running" by the Tragically Hip - a certain dance with a certain boy (it was well worth the wait).
"The Green Green Grass of Home" by Elvis Presley - my Dad's favourite song to play on guitar.
"Boom Boom Pow" by the Black Eyed Peas - dancing on a chair in my dining room.
"Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty - Christmas Eve, my cousin Troy, & his guitar. God, how I miss it.

{5} What is your biggest guilty pleasure? Well, I guess that would be junk food in general. McDonalds. I feel pretty guilty after stuffing my face, but ohhhhh how I love it. That, and cheesy old-school pop, like NKOTB or Backstreet Boys or Hanson. Oh, and DVDs. I can't.stop.buying.movies.

There we have it. Feel like linking up? Head on over to any of the blogs mentioned at the top and get ready to share your answers!

10 comments:

Amber said...

McD's is a vice of mine too - especially their breakfasts.

When I was a preschool teacher last year one of my kids sang Boom Boom Pow ALL the time! It was hysterical, he knew all the words!

Nicole said...

Wow that made me think of songs. Isn't it great how music can do that for you!

Laurieanndutton said...

Tiffany. Oh gosh I think I played that cassette to death. was so excited to see a singer with red hair lol :)

VandyJ said...

I think Tiffany was the first tape I ever asked for that was not music that my mother had. That takes me back.
Fast food is a vice--we don't do it much, but there are times when it just tastes good.

Stephy said...

My husband always says "Everyone loves McDonald's. The people who say they don't are just too ashamed to admit it." Needless to say we go there too often. Its delicious & disgusting all at the same time!

Nadine Hightower said...

So funny... Hanson as a guilty pleasure!!

The Only 10 I see... cheezy!

Brittney said...

lol yes kids steal all your sleeping time but hey for the 1st couple years they take naps and you can nap too hehe

Stacie said...

Tiffany, NKOTB, BSB, and Hanson in one post? Will you be my best friend?

not Mark said...

Wow... Sadie,
Guess what I just dug up...

the first and only "12 fl. oz" recording.

In case you didn't know: "The Twelve-Fliud-Ounces" were an immensly (though short-lived) popular band circa '89-'90 in the Pontiac area..


There are only two tracks on the original session tape, one being "Free Fallin'" featuring the voice stylings the their lead singer, Troy "Dogbone" Young.

I need to put it to digital media ASAP!

-Phil

Jill said...

Dear not Mark, aka Phil:

If you get me a copy of that, it will make up for all the mean nasty comments you left on my blog a few weeks ago.

Your friend,
Jill, aka Sadie