Sunday, January 29, 2017

Sunday Stealing

(Link in meme-roll)
The Cool Guy Questions

1.) When was the first time you ever swore or said something profane?
I was probably 10 or so. I can't remember precisely, though I know it wasn't at home. I'm sure it was showing off for someone at school.
2.) Have you ever had unrequited feelings for someone? Have you ever been friendzoned?
Well of course. And yes. (and in most cases thank God)
3.) What's a false assumption a lot of people have about you?
That I'm quiet. Hah. So MUCH hah!
4.) Have you ever questioned your sexuality?
Not exactly, no.
5.) If you could bring one person back from the dead, who would it be and why?
Nope. Next....
6.) What did you do on December 12th last year?
I have no idea for sure. Nothing on Facebook or the calendar, so I'm going with "work, meeting chauffeur."
7.) When was the last time you truthfully told someone you hated them?
I don't think I have said that since I was very young. I don't really mean it when I say it, and I only say those words to people I love. ... Yes, I'm weird.
8.) What is your opinion on this song? What about this song?
I can't open the first one, but I generally like Linkin Park.
9.) In less than four sentences, describe the entire plot of the last book you read.
Scottish detective goes to London as an "expert" in serial killers. He has no idea what he's doing really, but ends up solving the case, bedding a comely woman, and breaking up his daughter's budding romance with a crook. Oh and the killer is nuts. Good enough?
10.) Describe the appearance of the most untrustworthy person you can think of (they can be a person you've met or a made up person). Are they male or female or neither? What about their appearance makes them untrustworthy?
Probably nothing about their appearance makes them untrustworthy because they probably look like a perfectly normal person. They are the most scary people out there.
11.) What is the most cringe-worthy thing you've ever seen?
The last week in politics.
12.) What is your biggest regret?
Not one of my big things. It doesn't do any good to regret except to swear not to do it again.
13.) Do you have any cousins? When was the last time you saw them?
I have two on my mom's side and four(?) on my dad's. I haven't seen them in over 30 years.
14.) Describe the worst birthday you've ever had.
Well this last one wasn't great: I worked, came home to an empty house. No card no gift no call.
15.) When was the last time someone provoked you to the point of violence?
I don't hit people, except I suppose in self-defense. And I haven't been violently angry in a physical sense in awhile.
16.) OH NOES!!!! Someone has gotten you to drink a truth potion and now you have to truthfully answer every question you are asked!!! What's the worst possible question someone could ask you?
Like, no. Just no.
17.) Describe, in detail, your first serious relationship. Describe how it ended.
We were in high school, a year apart. I was good friends with his brother. They didn't get along well at all. I realized early on that I wasn't as into him as he was into me. I broke up with him. Twice. Because, yes, we got back together briefly. Then he got angry and started trying to piss me off by attempting to date my friends. smh High school is so much fun.
18.) Introduce your best friend. Tell the story of how you met.
I think it's safe to say in every case it was happenstance.
19.) To the introduced friend, has our interviewee lied in any of these questions? Are you surprised by any of these answers?
I don't lie in my answers to memes. If I feel I might need to do so, I skip the question or otherwise avoid answering. ;-)
20.) To finish up, what is your biggest irrational fear and how did you get it?
I don't like big crowds. I don't think this is irrational at all, honestly, but it does keep me from doing some things, like attending concerts and going to rallies.

6 sweet-talkers :

Kwizgiver said...

Ok--what book????

Stacy said...

High school...as bad as it was for those our age, I am very thankful I don't have to navigate it in these times. I don't know if I would survive.

I agree with you on #19. I don't lie, either. That's why you all know I'm the big old nutty conservative in the SS bunch.

Cat. said...

KW: It's an old Rebus mystery, #3 in the series. Originally called WOLFMAN but release in the U.S. as TOOTH AND NAIL (Ian Rankin).

Stacy: High school just bites, but middle school is far worse. Ain't nobody enjoying themselves much in those years. And as the sign in my front yard says, "Hate has no place here."

Cat. said...

I should make sure that the last line means that being hateful over politics hasn't ever been a SS "thing" so ... :)

Bee Bee said...

Please give the name of the book. Sounds right up my alley!

Zippi Kit said...

#16 is too close to the bone. Liked your answers. Very PC, we need that at the moment.

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