Mike has tagged me. Now I’m required to answer these questions, and tag four more people:
Four jobs they couldn’t pay you enough to do: Manual masturbation of farm animals, anything that has to do with human waste (bodily or otherwise), crime scene cleaner upper, work at the DMV.
Four movies you used to love and watched over and over to the point that now you have them memorized and the prospect of watching them again causes your eyeballs to bleed: There was this Sesame Street bedtime movie I loved when I was really little. I guess I’ve seen Wayne’s World enough times that if I see it again, my will bleed. I have State and Main pretty much down pat. And can you really ever see Rushmore enough times? The answer is no.
Alternatively, four movies you loved when you saw them in the theater but don’t dare watch again for fear they won’t hold up: Jury Duty, In the Army Now, The Son in Law, Bio Dome (obviously I’m kidding, although I actually did see Jury Duty in the theatre).
Four places in the United States you’ve always thanked God you don’t live even when you were living in a really small rathole in Kentucky: Texas, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana (just to name a few).
Four places you would like to visit on an extended vacation: Italy, Greece, Bora Bora, Nepal (again, just to name a few).
Four TV shows you are strangely tempted to watch but have so far resisted: Lost, Scrubs, Commander in Chief, Beauty and the Geek.
Four Websites that aren’t on your blogroll that you visit daily: Well, I don’t have a blogroll (yet, but it’s on my list of things to do), but a few great sites I check out daily are: Emily’s Blog, Katie’s Blog, Andrea’s Blog, and Alli’s Blog. Can you tell who I’m going to tag?
Four foods you don’t really like and can’t understand why you eat them but you eat them anyway and feel bad about it afterwards: I really don’t eat food that I don’t like, yet oddly enough, I can name three off the top of my head: mushrooms, olives, and beer. I don’t like any of them, but I eat them every once in a while because I want to like them. Yet, try as I might, I just can’t find the taste for them.
Four albums you never listen to anymore but can’t bring yourself to trade in at Tower Records: If I don’t listen to them, it’s because I either already have sold them back, or they’re in a box and I’ve forgotten about them, but probably would sell back if I knew they existed.
Four places you’d rather be but sadly won’t be any time soon: Hawaii (because I miss my aina), Scotland, England, Bora Bora.0 People like this. Be the first!