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Sunday, April 24, 2016

And just how are we today? Funny you should ask.... Sunday Stealing

April 23, 2016

Ask Questions, Yo

Welcome back to Sunday Stealing which originated on WTIT: The Blog authored by Bud Weiser. Here we will steal all types of memes from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent memes. You may have heard the expression, “honor amongst thieves”. In that age-old tradition, we try to credit the blog that we stole it from. We also provide a link to the victim's meme in our "Previous Victims" widget. (It's our way of saying "Thanks!") Sometimes we edit the original meme, to make it more relevant to our global players, to challenge our players, to select the best questions, or simply to make it less repetitive from this new meme or recently asked questions from a previously featured meme.  

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Ask Questions, Yo Meme

Stolen from: i take surveys

1. Are you a very open or private person?
I don't wear my heart on my sleeve, if that's what is meant by closed.  But I have an open heart.

2. Change one thing about the world what would it be?
Humans would no longer wage war, including covert or economic war.  That sort of creepy Guile no longer, if it ever did, serves us well.

3. Live in any country/city, where would you choose?
I'd live in Northern California in a town called Arcata.  I want to go North.  I've gone as far West as can be done, Mr. John Babsone Lane Soule.

4. What perfume do you wear?
I don't wear it.  I value my hearing,balance and sanity too much.  *scratches her whole head*

5. How are you feeling right now?
My compass needle is pointing North, and is no longer wildly swinging.  I am relatively calm.

6. If money was no object, where would you move to?
Scott's Valley for Starters.  I'd buy three craftsman style houses there.

7. Who was the last person to make you cry?
People don't make me cry.  That's the job of the "Fickle Finger of Fate.  

8. What age do people usually mistake you for?
I look my age.  But truthfully,  I'm a hulluva lot older than that, my good man, or is it, woman? 
*peers sharply through her lorgnette*

9. Is there a song which can bring you to tears instantly?
"Stairway to Heaven".  It always has and always will.  It's really a thing of beauty.

10. Do you play video games?
No, not unless you include a MMOG.  Do you?  If so, then, the answer is, "yes".

11. What do you think about before you go to bed?
Both the mysteries of Life, and whether the dog got to go out already.  And do I really have to brush my stupid teeth?

12. Have you ever online dated?

13. Do you get cranky when you’re hungry?
No, but I really do want to eat, and right away.  Do not get between me and that fruit bowl.

14. What drink did you last consume?
That would be good old water, and at dinner also.  I'd love to fall off the wagon but its moving at warp speed and I've heard it's a long way down from here.  Rock bottom is what it"s called, and, There be Dragons!

15. Have you ever tripped while walking up the stairs?
This is a little like a life insurance company questionnaire, isn't it?  And yes, I stepped on my long skirts, not being used to going up grande staircases with it on.  I learned right away why woman in movies always hiked up their skirts on the way up ballroom stairs.

16. Is there something you’re happy about at the moment?
Not really.  Unless some big, BAD thing failed to happen somewhere or other in the world - you know, like a nuclear meltdown stopped in time, that sort of big BAD.

17. Are you a shy person?
Though better at bold moves at parties, press conferences, and clubs now,  I still am shy to a certain extent.  I'd be shy when meeting President Obama, but probably would have been arrested for slapping his predecessor.  

18. Were you happy when you woke up today?
No, not that I remember, anyway.    

19. Do you like rain?
I'm a Californian so I love rain.  I adore rain!

20. Can you go a day without music?
Apparently not, as there is always music in my head.  It's mostly not as bawdy as liking "Stairway to Heaven" might make it seem, though.  It's Old Timey, toe tapping stuff.

Good night all you kids.  Have a nice Sunday week.  Blessings!


  1. Replies
    1. A pleasure to make you smile, shortybear. You are either up late or awfully early my dear.
      hope you are able to rest.

  2. Stairway to Heaven is a great song. Most music stores have signs up that say "No playing Stairway to Heaven" because it is the song most guitar players want to launch into when trying out a new instrument. I play it anyway.

    1. I have seen those signs, in a store in Santa Cruz, and Mose Guitars, here. Too, too funny. Yes, play it anyway! heehee

  3. Aw, Zip, you might look your age (though I doubt it), but you have one of the youngest souls in the bunch! I always love visiting you on Sundays. :)

    1. I looked 20 years younger than my age until I got sick. lol. Then man, it was like overstretching rubberband and letting go; I over shot my real age and went up 10 years.
      Thank you for thinking that my soul is younger. I can tell it's delighted. In fact, I think it's dancing in the kitchen.

  4. I love your answer to the hungry/cranky question. That's me, too. Get out of the way!

    1. Lol! Step back from that food table! ;o)

  5. #17 -- Are you the one who threw the shoe? PS Thanks for your good wishes for Connie the Cat. Appreciated.

    1. I vaguely remember someone doing that but it wasn't me. You're welcome, and, I hope Connie the Cat can keep right on pouncing along for lots more years.

  6. I thought you wanted to go north. Scott's Valley is in the other direction, isn't it?

    1. Yes it is, it's south of Arcata. However, two different questions arose, one where I could buy IN with a money no object card. And thus, Scott's Valley and three houses. Then as per the other question, I could amble on up to Arcata after settling the kids into some fine craftsman style abodes - twin sharing. I've got it all worked out in my head. *wink*

      I want to be nearer them but not in their back pockets, you see. With L.A. out of the way, the commute is only about half the time and no need for a stopover. Actually if money's no object, they could stay in Santa Cruz. Yay!


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