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Better late than never.
1. Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 18, find line 4. Write down what it says.
"relatives and from my father's house"

2. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can. What do you touch first?
a calculator

3. What is the last thing you watched on TV?

4. WITHOUT LOOKING, guess what the time is.

5. Now look at the clock, what is the actual time.

6. With the exception of the computer, what can you hear?
Buzzing lightbulb

7. When did you last step outside? What were you doing?
This morning. Went out to lunch and then shopping for housey things.

8. Before you came to this website, what did you look at?
My email

9. What are you wearing?
White tanktop, red shorts with leopardy black-yellow spots.

10. Did you dream last night?
I heard that everyone dreams, it's just a matter of remembering. Don't remember what I dreamt last night, if I did.

11. When did you last laugh?
5 minutes ago.

12. What is on the walls of the room you are in?
Blue paint. Lots of postcards, magazine cutouts, a clock, a map of the world, a little framed embroidered flower, lots of photos (with and without frames), some of my artwork, friends' artwork...

13. Seen anything weird lately?
Not that I recall.

14. What do you think of this quiz?
I like it. But I'm weird.

15. What is the last film you saw?
The Passion Of The Christ

16. If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy first?
A mountain.

17. Tell us something about you that we don't know.
I absolutely love lemongrass. mrowe and koinonia will just have to suffer in silence if I ever invite them to a good homecooked Thai meal.

18. If you could change one thing about the world, regardless of guilt or politics, what would you do?
I'd make the rain blackcurrant flavored.

19. Do you like to dance?
Yes. But only if it's fun.

20. George Bush: is he a power-crazy nut case or someone who is finally doing something that has needed to be done for years?
He's a 20th century president in a 21st century world, poor man.

21(a). Imagine your first child is a girl, what do you call her?
My liddle tootsie wootsie.

21(b). Imagine your first child is a boy, what do you call him?
My liddle pookie wookie

22. Would you ever consider living abroad?
I am a broad!

23. Will you pass on this survey?
I guess so.

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I absolutely love lemongrass. nath_herelf and jade_ombrage will just have to suffer in silence if I ever invite them to a good homecooked Thai meal.

Umm, when I said 'allergic', I did mean 'allergic'. Two days of migraine-like headaches is too high a price to pay for a good homecooked Thai meal

Indeedy, I understooded taht. There's food without lemongrass in it... so if I ever invited yew fro a Thai meal, you'd both eat lal the other struff, adn koinonia would suffer acos she's silly and won't eat, and you'd suffer acos poor bebe can't eat. But you'd bof be silent aboot it acos you have goond manners. Much liek my goond friend Alex who stayed in my house and ate my grandmother's homecooked meals fro a WEEK without telling her taht she was vegetarian...


Good manners my patootie!

Umm... he ate meat for a week without telling her he was a vegetarian? That's not good manners, that's lack of assertiveness, if you ask me. What kind of a vegetarian is that, anyway!

Re: Good manners my patootie!

No, she didn't eat meat, *she* just didn't say she was a vegetarian. My granny just never noticed that Alex[andra] never ate any of the meat. It's actually quite easy in an Asian household where there are a minimum of 4 dishes at every meal, and everyone continually picks what they want from the middle... There's a constant movement of food, so nobody notices what everyone else is eating unless they're really paying attention. So basically she just ate *around* the meat for a week. *shrug*


OI! She said "suffer in silence"...

/me pulls out a blackjack

22. Would you ever consider living abroad?
I am a broad!

Hehe. Very Groucho Marx. Didn't know you had it in you.

Danger is my middle name

If you cooked it, I would eat it. And probably find lots of things to enjoy in it. But I DO like the idea of making the rain blackcurrant flavored. Maybe it could be flavored by turns, or by countries. Then I could go to Spain to taste the saffron-flavored rain, or to Israel to taste the orange flavored rain, or to Venice, to taste the risotto and red wine flavored rain.

Here in Florida I think the rain should taste like lime and vanilla.

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