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#31 Old 12-07-2009, 06:57 PM
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I'm not gonna lie... I skimmed your answer here and thought that read "I've been able to touch them with my feet as well."



And it's not MY fault you didn't ask me awesome questions. I put myself out there; I invited debauchery. Everyone decided to behave themselves because you are all BORING.



Explain "glazed donut" as a nickname. Immediately. Sooner, if possible.



Also, do you have any odd driving habits?



Just for you and my foot "fetish", i'll try and touch some in the summer with my feet. That should be worth a picture before i fall and go to the emergency room.



Glazed donut= Debauchery from the hush hush. If you put the glazed image and me together, your astute self can possibly figure it out.



Odd driving habits: It's fitting that with over a foot of snow right now at my house you should ask. When we don't snow blow and just use our vehicles to smush the snow, there's always that middle area in the road where the tires don't smush. Well, it annoys me. Year after year I end up trying to smush it down with the tires and end up driving into a snow drift and getting stuck. I have to get out the snow shovel and dig that side out. My wife berates me to no effect. That middle snow lane has to go. Outside of that, i'm a perfect driver.

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Glazed donut= Debauchery from the hush hush. If you put the glazed image and me together, your astute self can possibly figure it out.



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You have bad aim?



O_O



Uh. Don't count that as a question. But I'll be back with more.
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You have bad aim?



O_O



Uh. Don't count that as a question. But I'll be back with more.



uh, no. My face, glaze.

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uh, no. My face, glaze.



*sputters*



Eeeeeeeeeeew!





Okay. So. Would you support a movement to lower the drinking age to 18? Why or why not?
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*sputters*



Eeeeeeeeeeew!





Okay. So. Would you support a movement to lower the drinking age to 18? Why or why not?



Accidentally wiping donut glaze on my face isn't THAT bad, is it?

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Accidentally wiping donut glaze on my face isn't THAT bad, is it?



Here's a question... Were you aware that if people have EVER told you that you're funny, they were LYING to you?



It's true.
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Here's a question... Were you aware that if people have EVER told you that you're funny, they were LYING to you?



It's true.



Then why do you keep coming back for more sunshine?

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Then why do you keep coming back for more sunshine?



I have a history of self-harming, remember? This is sort of my specialty.
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I have a history of self-harming, remember? This is sort of my specialty.



Tally ho then.

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Oh, I'm going to wreak havoc here. I'm SO glad you caved and did this!



One. Why are you so short?



Two. If you had to either drink a brimming-full drinking glass of a strange man's sweat, or a shot-glass of his toe jam, which would you choose? (In the spirit of the Would You Rather game, you may not qualify or try to lessen the impact of either choice. You must merely answer. Because I say so.)



Three. (Rules are unimportant to me.) MY question. If you could go back in time and write yourself a ten-word note, how old would your past self be and what would the note say?

the short questions makes me laugh. remember he's not. just shorter than expected.
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ok, i thought of one. been mulling it over for two and a half months now. i was doing good.



why do you say things better left unsaid?
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ok, i thought of one. been mulling it over for two and a half months now. i was doing good.



why do you say things better left unsaid?



It's called not knowing/caring when to shut up.

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Describe your favorite restaurant.
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Describe your favorite restaurant.



For me, possibly the most important thing would be that wonderful feeling of not having to think twice when ordering. KNOWING that you can eat any and all of the food is an amazing thing.



Watercourse in Denver isn't at that level, but it's still very impressive. Anything can be made vegan and is done so without hesitation. It has great waitstaff, the food is always excellent and the desserts (especially the vegan milkshake) are to die for. The hipsters are abundant, but what are you gonna do??

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Where is the most exotic place that you have traveled? Alternately, where would you travel if time, money, distance etc were irrelevant?



Is there an area of study you wish you had pursued, but didn't for one reason or another? What was that reason?
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If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?



(btw, love your avatar and the story behind it.)
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Where is the most exotic place that you have traveled? Alternately, where would you travel if time, money, distance etc were irrelevant?



Is there an area of study you wish you had pursued, but didn't for one reason or another? What was that reason?



Antiparos is an island off of Greece. That would be the most exotic place I've been. A small, quiet and beautiful little island.



I'd like to go to Alaska if possible. I love hiking and the opportunity to see the serious backcountry and climb some of the highest peaks in North America would be great. New Zealand ranks up there as well.



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If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?



(btw, love your avatar and the story behind it.)



thanks.



My patience. I've learned to control it more, but it still needs work.

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If you could be instantly granted any physical ability what would it be? (not superhuman)



If you could be granted the capability, knowledge and talent to excel at any profession, what would it be?

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If you could be instantly granted any physical ability what would it be? (not superhuman)



If you could be granted the capability, knowledge and talent to excel at any profession, what would it be?



These are not easy questions Bubbs. Hmmm. Perhaps you should be the next Star of the Week!!



My physical ability would probably be able to do Jujitsu effortlessly. Or possibly any of the martial arts.



This profession question is tough. I really enjoy my job and I feel like i do well with it. Outside of it, possibly working in PR for an AR organization. A close second would be a personal trainer which i've almost done in the past.




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Is there an area of study you wish you had pursued, but didn't for one reason or another? What was that reason?



whoops. Missed a question.



I originally went to school for environmental science. I was such a genius that I opted out as it seemed too difficult. It would have been a good degree to help out with the environment, but i don't regret it as i'm now helping people in their own lives instead.

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My physical ability would probably be able to do Jujitsu effortlessly.



Awesome, AWESOME answer. I KNEW I had a good reason for talking to you.





Do you have any pencil graphite stuck in your skin? If so, where?
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Awesome, AWESOME answer. I KNEW I had a good reason for talking to you.





Do you have any pencil graphite stuck in your skin? If so, where?



I do. I have a piece stuck in my right palm. I believe it was from college. My ex wife was the culprit i believe. You can still see it yo.

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Is there something you do on a regular basis that you know in your head is probably a very, very bad idea?



Do you have any special talents or skills that you care to gloat about? Remember, it's all about you this week...
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Is there something you do on a regular basis that you know in your head is probably a very, very bad idea?



Do you have any special talents or skills that you care to gloat about? Remember, it's all about you this week...



hmmm. Very, very bad? I don't think anything on that level. Bad? I'm pretty hard on myself when I make mistakes. It can go beyond berating myself into some pretty negative territory.



Skills? I'm charismatic which is a plus for working with tough people. I rarely come across someone that I can't get through to on some level. I taught myself to juggle fruit when i was a produce guy!!!

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I've got a really, really hard one so feel free to take some time to give it proper thought.

Favorite fruit?

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I've got a really, really hard one so feel free to take some time to give it proper thought.

Favorite fruit?



Really, really hard fruit I like? Watermelon of course. If i had one wish, it would be to have watermelon liquid running through my veins. Then self harm would be a pleasure.

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Well it was the question that was hard- the fruit can be soft. But watermelon is perfectly perfect therefore perfect answer.

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Well it was the question that was hard- the fruit can be soft. But watermelon is perfectly perfect therefore perfect answer.



I know. I was just putting a spin on the difficult question. Watermelons do rule the universe. My love affair has been long and intense over the years.

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Really, really hard fruit I like? Watermelon of course. If i had one wish, it would be to have watermelon liquid running through my veins. Then self harm would be a pleasure.



!!! That is a very strange comment to make haha.
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!!! That is a very strange comment to make haha.



Think so? (obviously). You see, if i cut myself sucking on the wound would be a pleasure. That or maybe i should be a melon vampire.

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