Member Rara Avis
What is your middle name? Everyone here already knows the answer to that. My middle name is "Soon."
What is your favorite candy? There is something besides chocolate?
What dance can you do best? Disco (Hey, that one wasn't supposed to make anyone laugh!)
What book are you reading right now? The 2001 IRS Manual.
Besides cheese, what is your favorite pizza topping? Pizza is what I eat when all the other restaurants are closed. Avoid the baby fish and I won't much care what else is there as long as there's plenty of it. Quality is measured by weight per slice.
If you could be one famous person for a week, who would you want to be? Bush. But it might take more than a week. Better make that Superman, and then twenty-four hours should be long enough.
Do you think you're capable of changing a bad habit? Which one? Any habit is a bad one if it robs you of choise. But habits are inevitable. So, uh, why bother? Besides, my bad habits have taken years to cultivate! However, I do know I'm capable of changing a bad habit, because I've already done it twice. Both divorces were expensive, though.
What's your favorite drink? Coffee. No, make that Coke. Nope, defintely coffee. But probably Coke after the sun has gone down. Did I mention coffee? Yea, coffee is good.
What was your favorite childhood toy? Miata. ('Was' incorrectly assumes a man's childhood ends. It doesn't.)
What's your favorite flower? The ones that don't require constant weeding. Dandelions are nice that way. Unfortunately, I've discovered that poets are wrong to compare women to flowers. There are no dandelions out there.
What would be included in your favorite meal? Anything Italian. And coffee. No, make that Coke. Nope, defintely coffee. But probably Coke after the sun has gone down. Did I mention coffee? Yea, coffee is good.
So, I usually compromise and drink iced tea.
What was the last movie or book that made you cry? The 2001 IRS Manual.
If you play a musical instrument, what is it? Radio. But not very well.
Would you eat a cup of worms for one million dollars? Okay, I know how this one goes. "Would you sleep with me for a million dollars?" "Sure," answered the girl. "Would you sleep with me for five bucks?" "What kind of girl do you think I am!" she demanded. "We've already established that," he said, "Now we're just haggling over the price."
If what you would or wouldn't do is dependent on price, then your life is subject to negotiation. So, to answer your question - do I hear two million from anyone else?
What profession or job would you least like to do? Surrogate Mother.
What piece of clothing in your closet will you never throw out or give away? My Superman cape (just in case that other one above ever happens).