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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Instead of the HDQ...

We’re going to play a game. A meme or actually, rather a you-you as it is pretty much all about you. I got this interactive meme from Mean Girl over at "Enough Already". It’s quite a lot of fun and it lets you know what I think about you, but in a good way. Here are the rules:

1. The first FIVE people that put their name in my comments, I’ll respond with something random about you (I’ll respond in the comments section, so you’ll have to check back).

2. I’ll tell you what song or movie reminds me of you.

3. I’ll pick a color/flavor of jello to wrestle with you in. Since I’m not into jello wrestling, this is a hypothetical question.

4. I’ll say something that only makes sense to you and me.

5. I’ll tell you my first memory of you.

6. I’ll tell you what animal you remind me of.

7. I’ll ask you something I’ve always wondered about you.

If I do this for you, you must post this on your blog. It is the way the game is played, so if you don’t agree to do this on your blog, please don’t put your name/comments in the comments section until AFTER the first 5 people have left comments. Oh, and I will not be accepting anonymous comments for this interactive meme.

I am going to use Mean Girl as an example of what I’m talking about since I got this from her blog.

1. Random: Adventurous, Fearless, Fun, Seeking
2. I’ll tell you what song or movie reminds me of you:
Movie: Chasing Amy
Song: 2 am (Anna Nalick)
3. I’ll pick a color/flavor of jello to (hypothetically) wrestle with you in:
Wild Strawberry b/c I believe you’ll dare to do almost anything
4. I’ll say something that only makes sense to you and me:
The “Fair Comment” defense states that anything written must be reasonably accurate...and merry met, blessed be.
5. I’ll tell you my first memory of you:
I visited you from Michele’s Weekend M&G at least 3 or so months ago and read your (rather extensive) list of things you had done and only 2 of them were not true and we had to pick the ones that weren’t true. My first thought was “HOLY COW!” This girl sure has, um, experience in many things. Now as I’ve read more about you and your optomistic outlook and upbeat perseverance over the past months, I have come to enjoy your blogfriendship.
6. I’ll tell you what animal you remind me of:
Seahorse, because the seahorse represents confidence, grace, joy and the ability to hold on while in emotional waters
7. I’ll ask you something I’ve always wondered about you:
You are a Pagan priestess and fairly liberal, I am a Christian and very conservative, I wonder why you find me interesting (aside from my “intelligent and diverse opinion on religion”) since we seem to be the proverbial Odd Couple? LOL!

So, who are going to be my five victims, er, volunteers? Step right up, don’t be shy. I won’t bite, just maybe growl a little.

3 comments:

mg said...

:) Great answers~!! I'm so glad that you decided to play along.

RE: "The Odd Couple"

In my book, I don't really see us as extremely different. When I read your intro, I really identified with your reason you started blogging (theraputic) and your separation from your husband also drew me in. I loved your exlanation of being a romance writer, and have always been curious about that part of your personality!


I know that our basis for spiritual/political couldn't be farther apart, but I think the reason this "blogfriendship" works is a mutual basic respect for our differences.

We don't seek to change one another, and I can only speak for myself when I say I'm sure there are many things I can learn from a person such as yourself!

Have a fabulous day~!
mg

No_Newz said...

Lois steps up to the plate.
Nice seeing you again sweetpea.
Lois Lane

Ken said...

Thank you for all the kind words and comments you have put in my blog. I really appreciate your support.

Ken Bingham
Oblogatory Anecdotes.