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Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Give Me 5
The official meme: Ask me 5 questions. My commentary and caveats: If they are too personal, I might not answer them. If I am too self-delusional or misinformed, I might not answer them correctly. But try anyway... If you feel like it.
posted by Lisa at 7/26/2006 02:50:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤


  • At 7/26/2006 06:37:00 PM, Anonymous Julia

    I can't think of anything impersonal but here goes:
    What do you do to stay so skinny?
    What was your major?
    What was your minor?
    What's your favorite color?
    What's a pet peeve?

  • At 7/26/2006 06:41:00 PM, Blogger Irish Church Lady :)

    OK let me try this:

    When did you have a hint you might be gay?
    When were you sure you were?
    When did you act on it?
    What was you're worst fear to overcome?
    Does a good looking hot bodied man do nothing for you anymore?

    hee hee don't let me down Lisa!

  • At 7/26/2006 07:03:00 PM, Blogger Fleur De Lisa

    Julia: Perhaps I shouldn't have said "too personal"- but too vulgar instead! Some people are just crazy.
    I stay skinny by not eating red meat, a bit of exercise and the bessing of a great metabolism!
    Broadly speaking, I was a liberal arts student. ;-)
    My favorite color is red.
    A pet peeve is when someone tries to speak to me when I'm already conversing on the telephone.
    Thanks for playing along!

  • At 7/26/2006 07:06:00 PM, Blogger Fleur De Lisa

    Irish Church Lady:
    I knew for a very long time tha tI was gay. I had a crush on Olivia Newton-John when I was 9. LOL
    I wasn't sure until I was about 26.
    I didn't act on it until about that time.
    My worst fear that I've overcome is the fear of pumping gas in my car. Go figure! ;-)
    I can admire a good-looking man. For instance, I think Anderson Cooper of CNN is a cutie!

  • At 7/28/2006 08:37:00 AM, Blogger Irish Church Lady :)

    Thanks Lis!


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