Friday Fill-Ins #87

Time again for Friday Fill-Ins:

This week’s questions are brought to you by Michelle.
1. When I’m sick I’m woefully self-absorbed.

2. When I take a walk, I think about the state of the world or chocolate.

3. Money can’t buy happiness but it can help facilitate the process.

4. Cotton makes me happy and leather makes me  chafe.

5. The strangest person/character I’ve had lewd thoughts about was luckily completely unaware of it.

6. My favorite color these days is green because  it constantly reminds me of what a joy it is to be LIVING and ALIVE.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I’m looking forward to hearing that the sellers have finally retained an atty so they can sign the @#$@%  PNS, tomorrow my plans include bemoaning the fact Tuesday is coming so quickly and Sunday, I want to win the Nobel Prize for Literature!

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3 Responses to “Friday Fill-Ins #87”


  1. 1 Melanie August 29, 2008 at 10:01 am

    I had a giggle at how you think of chocolate while you walk. lol

  2. 2 Janet August 29, 2008 at 11:27 am

    lol love your answer to #5 and congrats in advance on the Nobel peach prize 😉

    Thanks for playing, have a great weekend!

  3. 3 Forgetfulone August 29, 2008 at 11:12 pm

    3 and 5 are really great answers! Very clever. Good luck with the Nobel.


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