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Xanthine

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Burning.

What was your best Halloween costume ever?

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And it's one, two, three / On the wrong side of the lee / What were you meant for? / What were you meant for?
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Burning. That's why friends of women accused of witchcraft and condemned to burn would put in green wood in the stake so the woman would loose consciousness from the carbon monoxyde.

(Edit: I knew it would happen. At least Xanthine and I agree. Oh, I hesitated, and almost asked the same question she did.)

I once dressed up as a robot.

What's your preferred procrastination activity?

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You're looking at it.

What time do you normally go to bed (for sleeping)?

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I don't know what I was thinking... it seemed like a good idea at the time.

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11pm


Have you ever pilfered anything from your employer?

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Yeah, but most of the stuff they literally gave to me.

Do you still dress up on halloween?

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quote:
Originally posted by Stereo:
Burning. That's why friends of women accused of witchcraft and condemned to burn would put in green wood in the stake so the woman would loose consciousness from the carbon monoxyde.

Grammar nitpick...only because I know you have said stuff about learning English more.

It's 'lose,' not 'loose.'

In answer to the current question: No, I don't.

Since no one answered it, I figure it's fair game to present again:
What's your favorite Firefox extension?

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DictionarySearch. I use it a lot, and I like being able to highlight a word and check the meaning in a dictionary. I usually know the word's general meaning, but I nit-pick my own writing and want to make sure it's right. I also just like knowing a fuller meaning of new words even though I can figure them out from context.

Who is your favorite relative?

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My 89 year old aunt. She still chases young boys around, and can pound down her special kettle of tea (manhattans) in a wink, and she never gets drunk.

What is your least favorite band?

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anything/anybody Motown


are you drunk right now?

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No, but what a great idea.
/me opens bottle of wine

Anyone care to join me?

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Sure, though drinking and driving is a bad thing...and I have a feeling I might have some of the latter ahead of me. /me starts some water for coffee instead. ;P

What's your favorite coffee/tea (or preparation thereof)?

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loose darjeeling steeped in a pre-warmed teapot.

What is your least favorite family activity/obligation?

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Congratulation, YaYawoman, you asked the question no one wanted to answer. So I will.

It may sounds bad, but I don't like going home for every birthday. I feel I lose my week-end in transportation. And having a big family, it's about once a month. Luckily, this is about to change, as I should have my Smart in two weeks max, that is before the next birthday! [Applause] [Big Grin]

So going on with the soon arrival of my cute car, what is the car that makes you go "Awww! How cute!"?

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Flip the question.......Which car would make you choose to walk, rather than accept a free ride?

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quote:
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My 86 LeBaron.....

What do you care most about?

My family & friends, boyfriend, cat and dog.

What is one thing you want to do before you die, but haven't done yet?

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Own my own house.

Do you prefer to sleep in or jump up and get on with your day?

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Sleep in.

What piece of technology, *not* including computers (laptops, desktops, servers), do you find yourself very reliant on these days?

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My car. It gets me where I need to go. Although I guess technically it does have a computer in it.

If you could have any hair in the world, what would it look like? (Cut, color, texture, curled or straight, none at all, etc.)

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quote:
Originally posted by Rhonwyyn:

If you could have any hair in the world, what would it look like? (Cut, color, texture, curled or straight, none at all, etc.)

Mine. I'm used to it. Maybe a little thicker, shinier, healthier, etc. though. And I need a trim.

What was the scariest book you read as a kid?

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The Devil's Arithmetic. It was about a girl who stepped through time into a concentration camp. Absolutely horrifying.

What's the best book you've ever read?

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I'm sorry but it is a tie between Atlas Shrugged and anything by Herbert Dune,Chaperhouse etc.

Where would you prefer to live city or country?

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quote:
Originally posted by YaYawoman:
I'm sorry but it is a tie between Atlas Shrugged and anything by Herbert Dune,Chaperhouse etc.

Where would you prefer to live city or country?

(Atlas Shrugged, good book)

Country, as long as it's close to the city ;-)


Have you ever seen a pile of dirty laundry bigger than yourself?

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Only too frequently.... girls do that you know... and babies... their mission in life is to wear and dirty as many clothes as possible in a day...

What is your all time greatest "I wish I still had that..?"

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