Okay, folks, I’m back from vacation and feeling snarky, but not about Cee’s fab Share Your World challenge.
Questions from Week 2 –
Are you a hugger or a non-hugger?
Oh, for the love of all that’s holy, keep your hands off me! I do not hug strangers and I loathe the way they look at me like I strangle kittens for fun when I put up a hand and say, “no, I’d rather not” when they hold their arms out. I mean, really? I don’t know what kind of germs you harbor and I don’t want my boobs to become part of your next fantasy, ifyouknowwhatImeanandIthinkyoudo.
What’s your favorite ice-cream flavor?
Chocolate. If it has fudge or chips or chunks of chocolate mixed in it’s even better. Not cookie dough, though.
Do you prefer exercising your mind or your body? How frequently do you do either?
Hahahahahahahaha! I exercise my body only under duress. I exercise my wit on my co-workers all week long. Does that count?
Are you more of a dog person or a cat person? Why?
While I have both living with me now, I’d have to say that I identify most with cats. They prefer to be warm and dry and aren’t known for eating unidentifiable stuff laying on the sidewalk. True, the litter box needs to be cleaned, but if you have a dog around even that chore isn’t too onerous 🙂
Questions from Week 3 –
Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
Alive – Benedict Cumberbatch and Jimmy Kimmel. What a hoot that would be!
Dead – Elizabeth Zimmermann, a world famous knitter who espoused many of my philosophies. She’s worth a blog post all her own. I’ll get right on that…
When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?
I don’t usually sing out loud, really. In the car. Okay, maybe this morning on my way to work, but the only witness was Sabu 🙂
If you could wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability, what would it be?
The ability to be invisible so I could be a fly on the wall anywhere I wanted to. People fascinate me. They also repulse me so I’m figuring if I was invisible I could observe and not have to interact – perfect for an introvert.
What, if anything, is too serious to be joked about?
It’s all about perspective and sometimes jokes can lighten an otherwise grim situation. Context is also important and one must be kind if at all possible, but I don’t think anything is too serious to be joked about.
And that’s all we have time for this morning, folks! We will try to get back to regular blogging here and elsewhere on the interwebs but now we must get to work, earning those dollars for kibble.