9.16.2017

saturday 9





Don't Talk to Strangers

1) When did you recently have a conversation with a complete stranger? What did you two discuss? while having my nails done today, there was another client that I spoke with about the OPI Iceland 2017 colors

2) In the video for this song, a woman is having a "hot" conversation on a corded, rotary dial phone in her bedroom. Do you have a landline? If so, do you have an extension in your bedroom? I do have a landline and I do have one in my bedroom

3) This week's artist, Rick Springfield, says he wrote this song when he was worried that his girlfriend (now his wife) would cheat on him when he was touring. Would you describe yourself as suspicious or trusting? I am trusting

4) He became a daytime heartthrob as Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital. Do you think it would be cool to have a really attractive doctor? Or would it make you uncomfortable? I have a very attractive eye doctor--I love it!

5) He's discussed how sad he was when, as a boy, he had to leave his dog Elvis behind when the family left Australia. While you were growing up, did your family often move? no, we never moved

6) In 1982, when this song was popular, Italy won the World Cup. Do you ever watch soccer? not if I can help it

7) "Smiley," the first emoticon, was introduced in 1982. Do you use emoticons in your communication? Or do you avoid them? 😆😋 I love emoticons

8) The Vietnam Memorial was dedicated in Washington, DC, in 1982. Do you know any veterans of that conflict? If so, tell us about him or her. I don't know any (that I can think of off the top of my head) however, I would like to invite a few in to speak to my history classes this year around Veteran's Day

9) Random Question: Your friends are throwing a birthday "roast" in your honor. Which one quality of yours are you sure will be singled out for laughs? oh lord, I don't know there are so many to choose from!

4 comments:

Zippi Kit said...

Well well, another emoticon lover! :D!
It would be good to have a vet come in to talk to your class. Mostly they get all their info from recruiters. :<
We could roast you about George. heehee

Stacy said...

What a nice bonus that the doctor who gets right in your face is pleasing to look at. :)

The Gal Herself said...

It's not like my experience with Vietnam vets is exhaustive, but I've never found them to be eager to talk about "in country" or coming home. They didn't want to share details until asked.

Book nerd, daddy's girl, nail salon regular, Clooney's #1 fan ... yes, you do offer us some material. ;)

CountryDew said...

I think you're the only one who never moved much. A rarity anymore.