Saturday, September 11, 2010

Saturday 9

Saturday 9: Tell Her No

1. When was the last time that you had to tell someone that you loved, that the answer was no? A couple Sundays ago, I had to tell my nephew I wouldn't be able to play with him

2. When was the last time you visited a hospital? Last month, for my mammogram

3. If you were to start a club, what would the subject matter be, and what would you name it? We'd go to the movies, as opposed to watching on TV or computer screen, once a month, and we'd be the Cinema Supporters.

4. Have you ever hit someone of the opposite sex? No.

5. What's the first thing you notice about the preferred sex? Hair. My first-ever crushes were Little Joe Cartwright and Sir Paul, so ever since childhood I have been drawn to men with heads of thick, shiny hair.

6. What really turns you on? A man with a great voice, soft and deep

7. What was your biggest mistake? Spending entirely too much time with the wrong man

8. Tell us something totally random about yourself. The celebrity I used to hear I looked most like was Cruise Director Julie McCoy from The Love Boat.

9. Has anyone ever said you looked like a celebrity? Damn! Guess that makes this Saturday 8.

4 comments:

  1. Julie McCoy with or without the perm? too funny.
    Have a great day!
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/09/snookie-and-dorfman/

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  2. OMG! I remember the Love Boat. And I like your idea of a movie club. Too cool.

    (P.S. Love NCIS and I have a mad crush on McGee--before and after his diet)

    Happy Saturday!

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  3. I'd go to the movies more often if I was in Cinema Supporters! What a great idea.

    I saw Sir Paul on tv the other day and thought of you!

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  4. Wow. I could qualify. My hair is thick and shiny with some gray. I was a DJ a long time, so you'd like my voice. Don't worry, I won't apply for the job. I'm WAY too busy. I always like it when Sir Paul makes an appearance. Enjoy your Saturday...

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