Tuesday, November 25, 2008

TMI Tuesday #48

1. What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?
We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia so I don't have a favourite food for it, however for a celebration of any sort it is hard to go past a roast dinner. Roast beef or pork would be my favourites, but lamb, chicken or turkey will do just as well.

2. You can flip a switch that will wipe any band or musical artist out of existence. Which one will it be?
Just off the top of my head I would say Coldplay because they play such lifeless music with whining lyrics (in my opinion) and I fail to see how they are as popular as they are. I also wouldn't mind if Michael Jackson was standing close enough to get taken out as well. He never set my world on fire and I see him as a freak.

3. You seem to be having an excellent day because you just came across a hundred-dollar bill on the sidewalk. Holy crap, a hundred bucks! How are you gonna spend it?
I would head straight for the music shop or the book shop. I'm sure I could easily spend $100 on Cd's or books.

4. What is your favorite curse word?
Fuck! I say it all the time and that is not a good thing when there are 2 young children in the house. Trouble is, I have been saying it for so long now that it is hard to break the habit.

5. Rufus appears out of nowhere with a time-traveling phone booth. You can go anytime in the PAST. What time are you traveling to and what are you going to do when you get there?
1969. Woodstock. The era of free love and all those great bands, Santana, Hendrix, Joe Cocker, CSNY, Jefferson Airplane, and The Who. What's not to like about that line-up? And not to mention the free love, or did I mention that already?

Bonus (as in optional):You accidentally eat some radioactive vegetables. They were good, and what's even cooler is that they endow you with the super-power of your choice! What's it gonna be?
Invisibility. How much fun could you have with the power of invisibility? The possibilities are endless.


Bunny said...

I went with invisibility too! Great minds . . .

Dana said...

Books ...

I didn't answer books, but there is nothing I enjoy more than spending a bit of time in an independently owned book store. The smell. The feel. I'd give up the $100 to just not have to stand in a Barnes & Noble!