Seven

Angie, over at This and That, tagged me. Now, though I’ve done similar memes and you all know far too much about me anyway – I’m doing the meme cuz Angie is new in the neighborhood and I want to support her. So, seven more things about me. πŸ˜‰

1. My ass has its own zipcode – and at the rate I’m going I will be my own island soon.

2. My favorite food when I was a kid was a BLT with peanut butter (can you say, Elvis?) on toasted Hillbilly bread (yes, there really was such a thing).

3. When I’m writing a story, I often have conversations between the characters and I play all the parts and I have these conversations out loud – usually while I’m walking the dog or taking a shower. Anyone who witnesses this probably thinks I need to adjust my meds.

4. And while we’re on the topic of talking out loud, I sometimes have conversations with my dead father.

5. I think that the global warming thing is a bunch of crap. However, I am worried about the planet and the world at large because there is so much hatred in the world that we will likely blow ourselves up in an effort to kill each other, long before the planet goes belly up.

6. I like George W. Bush. In fact, I voted for him twice. I do not always agree with what he does, nor do I support all of his ideas but I believe he has done what he feels is best for the country. I do not believe he deserves the utter hatred that has been piled on him, nor do I think he deserves the personal attacks. It’s okay if you disagree with the man, but he is not the second coming of Hitler or Satan. His biggest crime, it seems is that he is a Republican and is determined to make up his own mind about what to do in his capacity as President.

7. I can’t watch horror movies anymore. Which is odd because I couldn’t get enough of them when I was a teenager – now if I watch them, they make me afraid of inanimate objects like doors and radios.

Well there you have it seven more things about me that you didn’t need to know. Hehehe.

If you want to do the meme and pass it on, consider yourself tagged – if not, no worries.

WC

16 thoughts on “Seven

  1. Oh hey! I haven’t been over in a while! I love #1 I’m feeling the same way. And I totally relate to #7, but it’s because I’m a fraidy cat.

    Hey Gal!
    Yep, I’m a fraidy cat too, these days. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  2. i never could watch horror movies when i was younger and now, i can’t get enough- especially Japanese horror- it’s so extremely disturbing. i love it.

    i’m going to do this meme because my blog is getting way to heavy. i clicked on the link but Angie does not come up for me. i am assuming it’s 7 strange things about one’s self?

    Also, hi. πŸ™‚

    Hey Girl!
    That’s funny, you’re just the opposite of me with the horror movies. πŸ˜‰

    Yeah, do the meme – it’s actually fun to do them.

    I fixed the link to Angie, my bad. Sowwy.

    Annie

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  3. I would never take you as a scaredy cat with horror flicks.
    I am, but I didnt think you would be.

    Hey Red!
    Yup, we’re both tough beotches, but when it comes to the chain saws and gobs of blood we become girlie girls. πŸ˜†
    Go figure.
    Annie

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  4. I still love peanut butter and bacon,in fact I like p.b.with anything. Thank you for your supportgirlfriend, would send you a margarita over the internet if possible. oh, btw, the perfect margarita’s come in a shaker served in a martini glass with an olive..Yum…..
    I have puter ass, used to have windshield ass,
    Agree big time with you on Global Warming theory and President Bush.
    Love your style ! lol!

    Hey Ange!
    With an olive, eh? Huh, I may have to try that sometime.

    What’s windshield ass? Do I want to know? πŸ˜‰

    This was fun, thanks.
    WC

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  5. you’ve inspired me to re-write that old helen reddy song:
    i am woman hear me roar,
    my ass is too big to ignore… πŸ™‚

    christine sent me.

    LOL Clancy Jane – that really made me laugh. I’d like to see the rest of those lyrics.

    Any friend of Christine’s is a friend of mine. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  6. those were all great! i laughed at the zip code remark… you are too silly!

    i have to steal this. i’ve been trying to go a couple days between entries so all my readers can get caught up but it’s starting to stress me. i need to write!!!

    Hey Girl,
    No need to steal, just tag yourself and go for it. I know what you mean about needing to write. I feel a writing spell coming on myself.
    Annie

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  7. Hey WC, Windshield ass is the same as zip code and puter ass, just that you get it from too much car travel..Whoo Hoo, just can’t escape it. lol!

    Hey Angie,
    I gotcha, I had a different image in mind when you said windshield ass. But I think I’ll keep that one to myself. πŸ˜†
    WC

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  8. WC………………….You said: “2. My favorite food when I was a kid was a BLT with peanut butter (can you say, Elvis?) on toasted Hillbilly bread (yes, there really was such a thing).”

    Mine was Bacon, Peanut Butter and Mayonayse on Toast………………It was great………steve

    Oh yeah, I forgot about the mayo – me too – and definitely toasted. Are you from the Midwest too? πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  9. Number 3 I totally understand! Numbers 4 and 5, too, I’m not sure global warming is bs but I do think it’s over exaggerated, there’s a great michael crighton book about that.

    The one that genuinely does make me wonder about your sanity πŸ˜‰ is Number 6 but then I’m British so I don’t see much more than the foreign policy which scares the be-jesus out of most of us here in Europe, I don’t doubt he’s great at home.

    Cheers

    BC

    Hey BC,
    Well if you can relate to 3-5, you’re as loopy as me. πŸ˜‰

    On number six, well it’s not a popular opinion around here either – but I long ago realized that perception is reality and that it’s difficult to come to your own conclusion if you rely solely on popular press and popular opinion about anything. I try very hard to draw my own conclusions about people and things and am willing to really look into things before forming an opinion. Often my own gut feelings turn out to be correct, but sometimes not.

    For example, one of the popular things said about him is that he didn’t serve in the military or avoided service, when in fact he served in the Texas Guard and he was trained as a fighter pilot. The amount of training and guts it takes to make it as a fighter pilot is more than most people could even attain, it’s not like volunteering to be the camp cook or mechanic (no offense intended there) it’s dangerous stuff. He also put in to go to Vietnam but was not assigned there – he had no control over where he was stationed. Anyway, I don’t want to get into a big thing on this – suffice it to say that things are not always as they seem.

    WC

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  10. ((( Annie )))

    I’m gonna forgive you for #6, girlfriend, but only because I like you so much! πŸ˜‰

    Watching ‘real’ horror movies when I was growing up was the BEST! “House on Haunted Hill”…all of those sleezy Vampire movies with Christopher Whatshisname.

    But it all came to a screeching halt for me when – at 16 – I saw “The Exorcist” when it was first released. My nightmares were so horrid that I actually got in bed with my parents…and it was months before I wouldn’t jump out of my skin whenever I heard a so even remotely like her voice in that movie.

    I’ve never seen a Halloween or any of the other slasher films. I can’t…maybe its because I’m extra sensive to certain things but there is no way in hell I’ll do that intentionally to myself again.

    Now, give me a good Hitchcock? And I’m all over that!

    (((Gracie)))
    Just as I forgive you for all the opposite stuff you have to say about number six πŸ˜‰

    Wow, it’s so weird Gracie, but all this coulda come out of my mouth, because I think the turning point for me was the Exorcist too. In fact, I passed out at the theatre I got so freaked. And oh yeah, I needed chaperones to go to the bathroom, slept with the lights on and baaaaad dreams too.

    Hitchcock? Abso-frickin-lutely – my all time fav movie dude.
    WC

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  11. Okay Grace,
    i can watch a woman pop a man’s eyeballs with a needle but The Exorcist-

    i saw it once. That’s all i needed for a lifetime.

    i made my sisters come with me to the bathroom.
    Even seeing a picture in the tv guide of the possessed Linda Blair freaks me out.

    LOL Christine, it’s funny we all had the same reaction to that movie.
    Chica

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  12. I love reading these tag things. They’re so revealing.

    Hope your holidays are stellar.

    LK

    Hey LK,
    Long time no see. Yes, revealing – that’s what we like. πŸ™‚
    Have some mighty fine holidays yourself.
    WC

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  13. I am not sure what a meme is or if penicillin will kill it, and the last time I was tagged I ended up with “Latin Kings” spray painted on my torso, so I will post 7 things about me…..here! Hope thats ok WC…

    1. My ass is beautifully sculpted and toned, however it is often stinky and openly hostile after coffee.

    2. My favorite food when I was a tyke was mac and cheese, it is still mac and cheese…

    3. I need more meds

    4. I sometimes have conversations with people on blogs…

    5. I don’t think, I know, global warming is simply the earth being the earth. I wish the entire planet were overtaken with 100 degree weather year round and the new leisure suit was swim wear, (see thru optional)

    6. I like George as well, he is nice, he is my friend, I would share my mac and cheese with him

    7. I have never really watched horror movies. I do however watch an unhealthy amount of guns and girls soft porn, followed by marathon ATHF viewings, Master Shake should be our next Sec of State, sorry Condi…

    I am not smart, I am an idiot, I am ashamed…
    BUT DAMNIT I’LL VOTE REPUBLICAN IN ’08!!
    πŸ™‚

    Hey TRM,
    You are one funny dude! Seriously I laughed out loud here. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  14. 1. Me too.
    2. That’s really gross
    3. Me too, too.
    4. I do this with myself. Out loud. Around other people.
    5. Me too, again. I’ve never been one for the socio-pol-media bandwagons.
    6. Not me. At all. After the last 8 years, I’ll probably never vote R again.
    7. Me either. Never could. They give me nightmares. I’m such a freak.

    Well otay then. LOL – not much to say after that. πŸ™‚
    WC

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