It's the Friday afternoon Good Lord students are actually USING THE LIBRARY ON A FRIDAY edition of the Friday Feast. Methinks it's less a feast and more a snack on the run. Let's see...
Appetizer: What are some lyrics you have misheard (such as, instead of Gettin' Jiggy With It" you heard "Kick a chicken with it")?
I can't recall a specific song example, although to this day I still have no idea what the middle part of Aretha Franklin's Respect is (R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Find out what it means to me. R-E-S-P-E-C-T, bleeblaah dee-dee-dee... What is it? It sounds like "take out t-c-p" but then you're left with R-E-S-E, and what's THAT?)
Soup: What is the worst movie you have ever seen?
So interesting that you should ask. Had I answered this question BEFORE last Saturday, I would have answered Under the Rainbow starring Chevy Chase, Carrie Fisher and a bunch of has-been munchkins who had to make a house payment. However, after Saturday, it would be a dead heat with Beerfest whose demographics appear to be aimed at 19 year old boys, of which I am neither.
Salad : Using the letters from your favorite number, write a sentence. Example: Tomorrow Has Really Easy Experiences.
Main Course: What was the most interesting News story you have heard this week?
Evidently the war on terror has morphed yet again and now we are fighting the Fascists. It appears The Administration is running out of marketing ideas, and the best they can come up with is retro spin.
The other big news event of the week was learning about Chimpy's summer reading list. He read Camus (but can't remember anything about it), THREE SHAKESPEARES (As You Like My Pet Goat, Goatleo and Juliet, and The Midsummer's Night Dreams of My Pet Goat), and other things too. He then proclaimed that he has an e-ka-lek-ptic reading list. I laughed so hard, I almost had a seizure.
Dessert: Which words would you choose to describe your wardrobe?
My wardrobe isn't too big. I wish it were. I gotta lose some weight!
Rob of UnSpace
I believe the lyric is "take care... T.C.B." -- (as in "take care of business") ... or something like that.
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