May 152010

From cajunvegan.  Forgive me.  I know questionnaires are cheating.  I’m wracked with guilt.  I’m openly sobbing.


Kissed any one of your Facebook friends? Yes.  Several.
Been arrested? No, though twice in my life I couldn’t believe I wasn’t.
Kissed someone you didn’t like? Not that I can recall.
Slept in until 5 PM? Yes.
Fallen asleep at work/school? Yes; latter
Held a snake? Yes.
Ran a red light? Yes.
Been suspended from school? No.
Experienced love at first sight? No.  “Want to see you naked” at first sight?  Yes.
Totaled your car in an accident? I had a few wrecks in my adolescence, but I don’t think I ever wiped one all the way out.  So, no.
Been in a vehicle at more than 100 mph? Yes.
Driven a vehicle at more than 100 mph? Yes.
Been fired from a job? No.
Fired somebody? No.
Sang karaoke? Yes, once.
Pointed a gun at someone? No.
Done something you told yourself you wouldn’t? Yes.
Laughed until something you were drinking came out your nose? Yes.
Caught a snowflake on your tongue? Yes.
Kissed in the rain? Yes.
Had a close brush with death (your own)? Yes.  When I was 15 I was thrown from the bed of a pickup that overturned in a drainage ditch at about 65 mph.
Ever feared for your life? Yes, during the time between leaving the truck bed and hitting the pavement, which I remember very well.  If I could pick one memory to erase forever, that might be it.
Seen someone die? Yes.
Played spin-the-bottle? Yes.
Sang in the shower? Yes.
Smoked a cigar? Yes.
Sat on a rooftop? Yes.
Smuggled something into another country? No.
Been pushed into a pool with all your clothes? No.
Broken a bone? Yes.  I broke my right pinkie toe once.
Skipped school? Yes.
Eaten a bug? Yes.
Sleepwalked? Yes.
Walked a moonlit beach? Yes.
Ridden a motorcycle? Yes.
Dumped someone? Yes.
Forgotten your anniversary? No.
Lied to avoid a ticket? Yes.  I got a ticket anyway.
Ridden in a helicopter? No.
Shaved your head? Yes.
Played a prank on someone? Yes.
Hit a home run? No.
Felt like killing someone? No, not really and truly.
Cross-dressed? Yes.  I went in drag to a Halloween party once.
Been falling-down drunk? Yes, though not in many years.
Made your girlfriend/boyfriend cry? Yes.
Eaten snake? No, but I would.  Just haven’t had the opportunity.
Marched/Protested? Yes.
Had Mexican jumping beans for pets? Yes.
Puked on amusement ride? I don’t think I’ve ever actually puked, but I don’t do well on Tilt-a-Whirls or on anything else that continuously moves on multiple axes.  I love roller coasters.
Seriously & intentionally boycotted something? Yes.
Been in a band? Yes.
Knitted? No.
Been on TV? Yes.
Fired a gun? Yes.
Skinny-dipped? No.
Gave someone stitches? Yes.
Eaten a whole habanero pepper (or other hot peppers)? Yes.
Ridden a surfboard? No.
Drank straight from a liquor bottle? Yes.
Had surgery? Yes.
Streaked? No.
Taken by ambulance to hospital? Yes.
Tripped on mushrooms? No.
Passed out when not drinking? No.
Peed on a bush? Yes.
Donated blood? Yes.
Grabbed electric fence? No.
Eaten alligator meat? Yes.  Love it.
Eaten cheesecake? Yes.
Eaten your kids’ Halloween candy? Yes.
Killed an animal when not hunting? Yes.
Peed your pants in public? Yes.
Snuck into a movie without paying? No.
Written graffiti? If writing on a desk is graffiti, then yes.  If it has to be a wall or a bridge or something, then no.
Still love someone you shouldn’t? No.
Think about the future? Yes.
Been in handcuffs? No.
Believe in love? Yes.
Sleep on a certain side of the bed? Yes.  Lea is to my left.
Have a tattoo? No.  Never even considered it.
Have a piercing(s)? Not anymore.

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