Thursday, September 10, 2015

...Bad Tendency to Explode

(Swiped from Amy)

Do you like scary movies?
Not even a little tiny bit. I like suspenseful, rational movies. And comedies. Or a mix of all of that; that's the best.
What's your favourite Milkshake flavour?
I love random capitalization. ... Butterscotch.
Can you stand on your hands unassisted?
Only if I squat down really oddly....what? Oh, you mean upside down? Why the hell would I want to do that??
What do you have on your fridge door?
Dry-erase calendar and pen, a "drawing" (actually a scribble) from Justin, my eldest great-nephew, other random artwork from random kids, probably 30 magnets, the phone number for the electric company, the non-emergency police number, some recipes (technically, those are on the side), a magnetic rack (for school lockers) with scratch paper and pens in it, vouchers for free pizza orders, etc., etc.... OK, it's Packrat Central! Don't judge me!
What was the last DVD you purchased?
....uh.... Shoah? Maybe? That's what I remember anyway, and that was 5 years ago. I haven't watched it yet. It's one of those you have to be ready for, and it's 9 hours long, so....
Although I do buy about 5 DVDs a month at work if that counts.
What was the last piece of clothing you purchased?
I believe I bought a blouse recently? Otherwise it was clothes for Sparky for work. Dude was living in ratty jeans and 3- to 6-year-old T-shirts.
Which was your favourite science: Biology, Physics or Chemistry?
I loved my Anatomy & Physiology class so much--dissecting and systems and films of surgical procedures and blood-typing!! I was fortunate enough to be allowed to skip Bio (OMG, so boring--I loathed learning about cells every single time it came up in my educational career, even in college), I refused to even consider taking Physics, and Chemistry was interesting only from a geeky mathematical, rational standpoint. And of course "accidentally" blowing things up and injuring myself and/or others.

2 sweet-talkers :

amy said...

At least we would have overlapped in History classes. Maybe not even then? Lunch, definitely, we would have done. It's been too long!

Cat. said...

Lunch, English, Band, History. That's where I overlapped with everyone else that mattered. I honestly only had like one person to talk to in each of my science classes.

YES! Get yourself moved and we'll see what we can do about visiting. ;-)

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