Friday, November 12, 2010

MFF #21

Look, I am on time!

I have had quite the week and I really wish I could talk about the craziness of my week because it is some shit that has been hitting the fan here.  I am hoping it is cleaned up next week.  I am just over all the drama and would like a 9 week term with only middle/high schooler drama.

Today was a nice day spent shopping downtown with a fellow teacher and a movie, Unstoppable (with Denzel Washington and Chris Pine), that was VERY good.

Anyway, here is my MFF for this week... and I actually got to do it on time because I had today off for Veteran's Day even though it is the day after our principal thought we would like a 3 day weekend better than a Thursday off... and he was right.

Were you named after anyone?

My first name is from some mini-series in the 70s, Thornbirds maybe, and my middle name is after my mom.

What color, if any, are your toenails usually painted?

Right now they are dark purple but it all depends on my mood... but usually it is a dark color unless it is bright pink.

How do you flush a public toilet? Hands? Feet? Something else?

I just suck it up and flush it... I am going to wash my hands anyway so why the hell not... plus I watched Dateline when they swabbed the toilet in the public toilet and it is cleaner than your computer keyboard/mouse and work phone.

When you were a little kid, which TV character did you have a crush on?

Who didn't I have a crush on but I did break up with a boy in the 4th grade because I was in love with Josh Ackerman on the New Mickey Mouse Club... ha!

Let’s say you had to lose one of your five senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell). Which one would you choose? Why?

I guess maybe smell... I don't know.  They would all suck to lose... I really wouldn't want to go without any of them.

2 comments:

L. said...

I'm named after a 70s mini-series character, too!

itsadogtagwifelife said...

Haha, I think it's awesome that you had a crush on a MMC member. I remember when Justin Timberlake was on there. The good ole' days.