Not exactly the Three-fold Law

typed for your pleasure on 16 April 2008, at 2.13 am

Sdtrk: ‘Keeps on burning’ by The burning bush

Stolen from one of my friends, via Myspace. Ignoring the fact that I’m reduced to mining Myspace for content, this one actually presents a bit of a challenge, for reasons that will quickly become apparent…

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You have to use 3 words to answer each question. No more, no less.
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1. Where is your cell phone?:
In my hand

3. Your hair?
Straightened last Sunday

4. Where is your father?:
Probably at home

5. Cheesecake?
Not too keen

6. Your favorite things to do?
Writing, sleeping, daydreaming

7. Your dream last night?
Ah heh heh

8. Your favorite drink?:
Dr pepper, duh

9. Your dream car?:
New BMW MINI

10. The room you’re in?
Could use vacuuming

11. George Bush?:
Atrocity on legs

12. Your fears?:
Obscurity, conformity, speechlessness

13. Nipple rings?
Lovely on lasses

14. Who did you hang out with last night?
The usual suspects

15. What you’re not good at?
Punctuality, brevity, math

16. Your best friends?
Are extraordinarily tolerant

17. One of your wish list items?
Obviously silicone-based

18. Where did you grow up?:..
Detroit. Believe it

19. The last thing you did?:
More Warriors Orochi

20. What are you wearing?
Air of scepticism

21. Tattoo on the lower back?
Tramp stamp? Ugh

22. Ketchup?
I prefer ‘catsup’

23. Your computer?:
Needs more RAM

24. Your life?
Needs more spare time

25. Your mood?
Sleepy yet saucy

26. Missing?
My youthful idealism

27. What are you thinking about right now?
Horde of tossers

28. Your car?:
Eh, it runs

29. Your work?:
Hideous, hideous, hideous

30. Your summer?
Hopefully not hot

31. Your favorite color(s):
Black, white, grey

32. When is the last time you laughed?
An hour ago

33. Last time you cried?
Can’t remember now

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Naturally, the usual meme rules apply: if you’d like to be tagged, let me know, as I don’t pass these things on to people. And if you’re willing to overlook the discrepancy of No.24, I’m willing to overlook the fact that there’s no No.2

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10 have spoken to “Not exactly the Three-fold Law”

  1. Gina writes:

    Reduced to a Myspace survey? Oh my! Shameful! (I will send you my responses via e-mail – heh).

    Incidentally: I have a tat on my lower back: In memorial to my father who died almost 12 years ago. So that doesn’t count as a tramp stamp or make you go ugh, does it?

    Talk at me when you have the time, Busy Bee! 😉

  2. Davecat writes:

    Gina-chan –
    Now see, your tattoo means something, as opposed to getting it cos all your crazy sorority friends have them and they like look sooooo kewl and like it makes you look totally hawt when you all go to the clubs on Saturday night to pick up guys OMG!!1!11! So yours is okay. 😉

    And we’ll speak soon re.your answers, missy! Being a bee isn’t as sweet as it seems! O, that was awful. 😐

  3. SafeTinspector writes:

    Amusing!
    This reminds me of a Second-City writing exercise I had to do once in which you had to write a scene in which the people communicated in three word sentences.

    You think answering these questions thusly presented a challenge, try to construct meaningful dialog based on it!

    If you ever want to see what I came up with, ask me next time you see me with my laptop and I might give you a copy.

  4. Desiree writes:

    You asked me about the Actroid before… There was a barrier around it to keep people from touching it, but it wasn’t a big distance at all. It gave a kind of speech, but couldn’t (or at least, didn’t) converse with anyone.

    I would say ‘silicon-based’ would count as one word, but I’m nitpicky. ^^;

  5. Davecat writes:

    SafeT
    I can imagine writing a scene like that would be utterly brain-destroying. But one hell of a good mental exercise! I’d like to see what you attempted, so remind me to remind you next time.

    Speaking of hacking English, your Second City anecdote reminds me of the world’s longest palindrome. It only sorta counts, though, as it doesn’t really make sense unless you’re completely insane.

    Desiree –
    O, she was giving a speech again, was she? She likes to do that. Maybe she should try reciting the world’s longest palindrome. 🙂

    You’re probably right, ‘silicone-based’ is more than likely a single word, but I was under great amounts of pressure.
    Well, not really. 🙂

  6. Karen ^..^ writes:

    11. George Bush?:
    Atrocity on legs

    Oh, I do like that so much. You obviously possess deep intelligence.

    I received an email the other day that tried to blame today’s current ills on the fact that we voted in a Democratic congress in ’06. Glorious ignorance.

  7. Princessrachel writes:

    “Tramp stamp. Ugh.”
    How is it that I feel the same yet I love tramps so much??? heh heh
    If I can overlook their proclivity for random idiocy why can I never ignore that blurry inked mess?
    Down with the tramp stamp! Up with trampery! (yes, i made that word up…i do what i want, Davecat) 😉

  8. Davecat writes:

    Karen ^..^ (is that a myopic cat, by the way?) –
    Heh, I’m merely reporting facts within the confines of the meme rules, here. 🙂

    And that Email sounds like the ramblings of an ill-advised troll. They’re either trying to apply the ‘butterfly flapping its wings in China’ theory to politics, or they’re a bitter tosser looking desperately for a scapegoat. Or both. Your choice!

    Ray-chan –
    Well, I think your love for tramps is much in the same fashion why some people watch NASCAR — they’re just waiting for a spectacular crash. And considering that the celebrity world is essentially filled with drunkards with car keys perpetually turning left, it’s just a matter of time…

    ‘Trampery’! Ha! That sounds like something I’d come up with. 🙂

  9. Karen ^..^ writes:

    Yup. Its a cat. I am the weird lady down the street with the seven cats.

    I like them better than people.

    And you are quite right about that email. The butterfly in China analogy is brilliant.

  10. Davecat writes:

    Karen ^..^ –
    Awh, keeties! Although if you have that many, you should charge them rent. 🙂
    I don’t blame you for liking them better than people! People can be… problematic. Not all people, of course, and not all the time, but enough where it’s a hassle to leave the house most days…

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