sunday stealing

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1. Does love come from the brain, the heart or elsewhere? it depends on what it is that I love--like chocolate is the stomach, books and movies are the brain

2. Have you ever given a shot? no

3. Can you lick your elbow? (Come on, didja try?) no and I didn't try

4. If I was going to be talking to you for 10 minutes, what would be something really interesting you know a little bit about but would like to know more?? current news about aliens being real--somehow I've missed that story

5. What do you think of the Sopranos? sometimes their voices are screechy

6. Have you ever had a crush on your teacher?  How about your boss? when I was studying in Ireland I had the most adorable professor--I had a little crush on him

7. Have you ever seen a movie in 3D? Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D

8. How difficult do you think it is for immigrants to come into your country? difficult

9. Do you have what it takes to go live in another country, maybe for years, where you don't speak the language as your first language? yes

10. Have you ever died in your dreams? no

11. What book should our political leaders read and why? the book Civil Discourse by Joe Schmidt and Nichelle Pinkney which is about how to have civil conversations about contentious issues

12. What is your favorite glass object? I don't think I have one

13. Do you like to window shop? yes

14. Are you more likely to buy one really nice expensive outfit or a couple of cheap outfits? this is a difficult question to answer--we all have different concepts of expensive and cheap

15. If you could, would you wear everything once, throw it out and buy something new? no--I don't like that idea


Bev Sykes said...

with all the suggestions about books politicians should read, do you suppose anybody would read a book that would change their mind? Me neither.

The Gal Herself said...

#5 made me smile. Brava!

Roger Owen Green said...

I have heard of, but have not read, Civil Discourse. Maybe we ALL should read it, not just the pols.

CountryDew said...

You're the second person to mention Friday 13th in 3-D. I think I love chocolate with my tongue. The feel of it all creamy and smoothy ... good thing I don't have any here at the moment!

**Syl said...

I haven't read the book. But we had civil discourse lessons at school. But our language sounds harsh, so when people hear us Dutch discuss something, they think we are having a hug row. LOL!

Plastic Mancunian said...

#1 - Good answer. But I think chocolate affects your brain too.