Saturday, January 27, 2007

Six weird things about me.

This is, apparently, going around the blogosphere. I saw it on a message board and decided to post it. I tag whoever else wants to do it.

1.) There are a number of "must see/must have seen" movies that I never saw when they were first out, and have not seen since (and, yes, I was old enough at the time they were first out to have seen them.) These include:

a. Starwars

b. Roots

2.) I have NEVER smoked ANYTHING. (And I grew up in the 60's/70's)

3.) I do, however, DREAM about smoking. These dreams are so realistic that I have to remind myself when I wake up, that I have never smoked in my life. The only thing I can attribute this to, is the fact that my mom smoked while she carried me.

4.) I'm not afraid of snakes.

5.) I am afraid of having my eyes dialated.

6.) I love tofu--even uncooked.

4 comments:

Darrell said...

1) OK,
a. You're not missing much, IMHO.
b. "Roots" really is good.

2) I have smoked. I had a very pharmaceutically irresponsible teenage life, and I have to confess that I've smoked many things. I'm not proud of that, and I can say for sure that you're not missing anything there, either.

3) I almost always dream about strange interactions with celebrities. I once dreamed that a close friend brought Mariah Carrey to my house and she asked that we have the bathroom remodeled so she could record music in there. My wife was livid.

4) Ditto. I actually like snakes.

5) Huh?

6) Home-style Schezuan (sp?) Fried Tofu With Vegetable. Mmmmmmm.

4HisChurch said...

Thanks for the reply, Darrell. Re: #5, I seem to have a physical reaction to having my eyes dialated. Makes me feel faint. Thus, I hate it.

Anonymous said...

I would rather get my pupils dilated every day of the week than eat tofu.

4HisChurch said...

Ewwww, no!

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