Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Mr. McLinky? It's Random Dozen Day



1. Do you prefer even or odd numbers? Any particular reason?
2. On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being "not at all" and 10 being Carly Simon-worthy, how vain are you?
3. Among these Irish stereotypes, with which do you identify most closely? Talkative, Proud, Inquisitive, Love to party, Hot-tempered
4. How lucky do you consider yourself?
5. What is the subject of your favorite post that you've written?
6. Describe March weather where you live in three words.
7. How apt are you at detecting blarney when you hear it? (Smooth talk, flattery)
8. How "green" are you, environmentally speaking?
9. What is your favorite song this week?
10. You are walking along and see a coin on the ground. What denomination does it have to be before you will stop to pick it up?
11. Complete the sentence: "Every time I look outside my window ...."
12. What was the #1 song on the day you were born? See this site to find out.

16 comments:

Sweet Tea said...

Fun!, as always.
Love the St. Patty Blog background!

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Love your new background......My favorite shade of green

auburnchick said...

Yee Haw!! Up too late, once again. I'll never learn. You should have added "stubborn" to #3. That would have made it much easier to answer! LOL

Keepsake's Mom said...

1. Odd because my favorite number is 7
2. On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being "not at all" and 10 being Carly Simon-worthy, how vain are you? 7
3. Among these Irish stereotypes, with which do you identify most closely? Talkative, Proud, Inquisitive, Love to party, Hot-tempered - Inquisitive!
4. How lucky do you consider yourself? Very, very lucky as I married St. Pat
5. What is the subject of your favorite post that you've written? I haven't written much so my horse
6. Describe March weather where you live in three words. Sunny, rainy, windy all in the same day
7. How apt are you at detecting blarney when you hear it? (Smooth talk, flattery)Can hear it a mile away
8. How "green" are you, environmentally speaking? 8 on a scale of 1 - 10
9. What is your favorite song this week? Mary Chapin Carpenter's What if we went to Italy
10. You are walking along and see a coin on the ground. What denomination does it have to be before you will stop to pick it up? a quarter
11. Complete the sentence: "Every time I look outside my window ...." I see something new and magical
12. What was the #1 song on the day you were born? See this site to find out. It's Now Or Never - Elvis Presley - yeah!

Keepsake's Mom said...

1. Odd because my favorite number is 7
2. On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being "not at all" and 10 being Carly Simon-worthy, how vain are you? 7
3. Among these Irish stereotypes, with which do you identify most closely? Talkative, Proud, Inquisitive, Love to party, Hot-tempered - Inquisitive!
4. How lucky do you consider yourself? Very, very lucky as I married St. Pat
5. What is the subject of your favorite post that you've written? I haven't written much so my horse
6. Describe March weather where you live in three words. Sunny, rainy, windy all in the same day
7. How apt are you at detecting blarney when you hear it? (Smooth talk, flattery)Can hear it a mile away
8. How "green" are you, environmentally speaking? 8 on a scale of 1 - 10
9. What is your favorite song this week? Mary Chapin Carpenter's What if we went to Italy
10. You are walking along and see a coin on the ground. What denomination does it have to be before you will stop to pick it up? a quarter
11. Complete the sentence: "Every time I look outside my window ...." I see something new and magical
12. What was the #1 song on the day you were born? See this site to find out. It's Now Or Never - Elvis Presley - yeah!

Greg C said...

I'm back and I'm in,
So what did I win?

Look at me, I'm a poet.

Pam Warden Art said...

What is peat fire?

"Not to be confused with Pete.

Peat is an accumulation of partially decayed vegetation matter. Peat forms in wetland bogs, moors, muskegs, pocosins, mires, and peat swamp forests. Peat is harvested as an important source of fuel in certain parts of the world. By volume there are about 4 trillion m³ of peat in the world covering a total of around 2% of global land mass (about 3 million km²), containing about 8 billion terajoules of energy."
Linda,I tried to help you out with your question and now can't rap my head around "8 billion terajoules"!!! but I do like that they warn you not to confuse a bog with you friends named Pete :) We have peat moss is Wis.
Hugs

Another Suburban Mom said...

I played today. I also enjoyed the link to the #1 song.

You are just full of awesome.

edshunnybunny said...

Love the St. Paddy's Day look on the blog. Makes me want to dance an Irish jig... LOL Kathy

Susanne said...

Love all the green!

Mocha with Linda said...

Fun week! You rock!

Melissa Mashburn said...

This is my first time participating. It was fun!

Jane said...

Wishing you the luck o' the Irish for March :) Great questions this week :)

Thanks!!!

Haddock said...

9. Bimbo Bimbo where you gonna go ye yo (by Jim Reeves)

Pam Ponder said...

THAT WAS FUN IT WAS MY FIRST TIME PARTICIPATING! thanks for the great questions

deb c said...

1)Even
2)7
3)Proud
4)Very
5)General Hospital
6)fifty/sixty degrees
7)Spot on
8)Recycle everything, don't waste water or electricity, grow veggies,
use a lot of green products
9)Put Your Records On-Corinne Bailey Rae
10)A penny, it's good luck
11)I see something beautiful
12)Auf Weiderseh'n Sweetheart by Vera Lynn
That was fun.
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