Monday, March 2, 2009

I'm It

Thanks for tagging me, Niki.

Except I am still so new at blogging, that I still haven't figured out how to embed links. Live and Learn the Hard Way tried to help me eons ago, but I'm really not a techie.

But I'll play your game nonetheless.

Here are six weird things about me:

1). I count things. By sevens. Like Rain Man. Seven steps at a time. Seven breaths at a time. Seven stairs at a time. Seven. Don't know why. Just do.

2). I love peanut butter and bacon. I dare you to try it.

3). My brain is so small that I cannot embrace fantasy-based fiction. I don't consider it plausible, therefore I deem it unreadable and unwatchable. Period. End of story.

4). I love conflict. I don't seek it, but I embrace it. Most of the time, it makes me laugh. Unfortunately most of my friends (including my husband) are conflict avoiders. Therefore, I don't get much of an opportunity to fight. But when I do.....get outta my way! As long as I think there is a chance to persuad you, I will debate for hours. When I realize I am either in over or my head, or there is a slight chance I am wrong, I will stop. My motto is, if I'm willing to bet a kidney that I'm right, then you are most definitely wrong.

5). I am not as funny as I think I am. Sigh.

6). I did not consume alcohol until I was 29. I've been making up for lost time ever since.


  1. i'm so glad you played along. since the first time i stumbled onto your blog...i have enjoyed your humor and figured you'd have some cool weird things about you!!

    interesting stuff...i, however, think you're hilarious! and, you have some making up to do!!!

  2. Hi there! thanks for popping over to my world...

    You have my kinda sense of humor.....scary thought. But I like it!

    I' (7 words)

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  4. major spelling boo boo in my comment! Lets try this again. I love pb and bacon, but TOGETHER? hmmm maybe I will try it. There, better! hehe

  5. My brain is so small that I cannot embrace fantasy-based fiction.

    This might be the saddest thing I've ever heard. You should just tell people that you have no magic in your spleen.