Seriously. The 11-minute early cheater edition.
Appetizer: What is your middle name? Would you change any of your names if you could? If so, what would you like to be called?
I could change my first name to "Oh." That would be OKAY I guess.
And then if I changed my name to L-A-H-O-M-A...
And then wrote a peppy song with lots of boom-chucks...
Whatever you call me,
Just don't call me late for supper.
Soup: If you were a fashion designer, which fabrics, colors and styles would you probably use the most?
Seriously. There is no way I can get past the "If you were a fashion designer" part. Look, if I were a fashion designer, this world would be a in SERIOUS trouble, because the national uniform would be sweatpants and pajamas. Oh wait, that's what all the college kids wear today. Maybe I AM a fashion designer!
Salad: What's your least favorite chore, and why
Bathrooms. And the scrubbing therein.
Lonely shoe and sock finding. And the utter lack of success therein.
Refrigerator cleaning. And the scientific experiments therein.
Perhaps my least favorite of the three can best be described by the following sentence I uttered when cleaning out the fridge: "What on earth did we eat with mini-marshmallows...OHMYGOD GROSS!"
Main Course: What is something that really frightens you, and you can trace it back to an event in your life?
The Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. I went through that ride when I was in 3rd grade and screamed and cried my ENTIRE way through the ride (Sorry, Aunt Debbie!). When I went to Disney World about 10 years later, I took a big breath and went through the haunted mansion again. I was shaking the entire time, but I kept saying, "well this isn't SO bad."
Dessert: Where are you sitting right now? Name three things you can see at this moment.
On my butt and one leg tucked underneath because my feet are cold. I can see:
1. My birthday cowbell. Because everybody needs....
2. My pair of frogs. One sings and one plays the violin. Each has a leg that hangs over the side of the shelf.
3. My ceramic pig that says "Ashes of Problem Students." I often look at that and say to myself, "Self? I think I need a bigger pig."