Appetizer: If you could have a free subscription to any magazine, which one would you like to have?
I would like to have a free subscription to the magazine that replaces the bazillion SUBSCRIBE cards (you know, the annoying things that that fall all over your bathroom floor while you're trying to
Soup: Describe your living room (furnishings, colors, etc.)
This answer can be found in any standard Roget's Thesaurus. See: Dingy, Cluttered and Rectangular. The color of the carpet is needs removal immediately, the color of the walls is dingy February slush, and the painted inset in the ceiling defies description in polite company. Come by sometime and I'll tell you what I really think. The furnishings include a dozen or so toy mice which are Lord knows where, the free 32-inch Toshiba, and two cats, one of which is always in my chair.
Salad: What does the shape of a circle remind you of?
Main Course: Name Three Things in Life that you consider to be absolute necessities:
Vowels, Bowels and Towels. (Seriously. Think about it. I did)
Dessert: What was the last really funny movie you watched?
Well, the last movie I saw was Wordplay, and yes I'll admit it, for a documentary film on the New York Times annual crossword puzzle championship, I was cracking up. These were my people, and the four of us in the back row were compulsively trying to solve the puzzles as they were being shown in the film. The movie I saw before that was Cars, and there were some funny bits, especially in the fake outtakes at the end. I'd be hard-pressed to think of a funnier movie than Waiting for Guffman, because no matter how many times I watch it, I still laugh like an idiot. Everybody DANCE!
OH ya baby!!! I'd subscribe to that kinda magazine any ol' day!! You betcha, uh-huh....
Wonderful feast from the appetizer to the dessert! I really like your main course. Food for thought!
Hope you have a great Friday!
penny for your thoughts...
I suspect the mail carrier would get all those subscription cards.
The first time I read your livingroom description, I thought "toy mice" meant a special breed of live mice. I couldn't understand why the cats wouldn't take care of the rodent problem!
Toy mice are a lot better, I think you'll agree!
Rob of UnSpace
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