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This is just me being lazy.

Since I’m writing this as I’m besieged on all sides by two children who have decided that we’re playing good vs. evil and they’re evil, I just thought I’d throw up a quick little survey that I stole from here. Oh, and don’t forget to set your clocks ahead if you haven’t already!

1. What is your occupation right now?

2. What color are your socks right now?
White. Well, the bottoms are probably black because I wear them outside.

3. What are you listening to right now?
The beautiful music of little children stabbing me in the face.

4. Last person you spoke to on the phone.
Britt. She pretended not to recognize my name.

5. How old are you today?
32. I feel 65.

6. What is your favorite sport to watch on TV?
I’m not one of those morons who lives vicariously through the actions of idiot athletes.

7. What is your favorite drink?
Diet Coke.

8. Have you ever dyed your hair?
Yes. Red. I looked like a large tampon.

9. Favorite food?
Filet Mignon.

10. What is the last movie you watched?

11. Favorite day of the year?
I don’t have one.

12. How do you vent anger?
I listen to techno.

13. What was your favorite toy as a child?
My Optimus Prime Transformer.

14. Living arrangements?
We own our house.

15. What was the last thing that you cried about?
The devastating nut punch I just received from Devin.

16. Who is the friend you have had the longest?
I have a few friends that I’ve known since I was 4 or 5.

17. What did you do last night?
Wrote my will before coming here to babysit.

18. What are you most afraid of?
Right now? Evil children.

19. In how many areas of your country have you lived?

20. What is your favorite flower?
The kind that you use to make cookies.

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17 Replies to “This is just me being lazy.”

  1. Undomestic Diva

    My 4 year old is all about transformers right now and demands that we call him “Optimus Crime” because he fails to realize it’s actual Optimus Prime. Whatever, he wins. Not a battle worth waging. Speaking of which, I need a friend who like you who is willing to take a junk punch while babysitting all in the name of friendship. Any thought to moving to the west coast? Hmm? I can’t make cookies with any kind of flour/flower, but I can buy them!

  2. hello haha narf

    hey! it doesn’t mean i am living vicariously through the asshole athletes if i love sports. (if you say it still makes me a moron, i am calling devin & emma so that they may put operation b into action.)

    p.s. britt’s kids like to lick my arm. i have no idea why. do they do that to you? even though i don’t mean to they make me giggle and that seems to encourage more licking. they are funny little people.

  3. Poppy

    Techno? I’ll have to try that. I cry when I’m angry. And then I get mad at myself for crying so then I have an anxiety attack. Looooove when that happens on the train.

    My socks are currently invisible.

  4. Avitable

    Karl, I think I’d rather have the devil at my back in this situation.

    Undomestic Diva, I lived on the west coast – there’s plenty of cheap labor there for babysitters!

    LV Lizard, I’m clever like that. 😀

    Jennifer, I think just children in general do.

    Hello, you’re either living vicariously or you have some weird misplaced sense of pride about a hometown. Either way – it’s weird!

    Sybil, this post was lame, I know.

    J from Ireland, and hot, right?

    Poppy, RobD and the Matrix soundtrack.

    Lynda, it’s all lies!

    James, oh, they’re not mine! Thank Jeebus.

    Stacey, the things I’ll do for friends.

    Sheila, your dad’s a funny guy!

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