Monday, July 17, 2006

Monday morning you sure look fine

1. What song did you or would you like to use as your wedding song?

2. Favorite boy name?

3. Favorite girl name?

4. Best name for a pet turtle?

5. Best name for a pet boa constrictor?

6. Best movie theater snack?

7. Do you enjoy watching the previews before a movie? When watching a movie at home, do you fast forward through the previews?

8. What color shirt are you wearing today?


At 10:16 AM , Blogger Tamara said...

1) BWAH! (That's a song, right?)

2) Can't tell ya, but I got one. (Oh, wait; you already know! I just can't tell everyone else.)

3) Can't tell ya, but I got one or two. ;)

4) Necky. *pats self on the back* I know! It just sorta came to me...

5) Snuggles?

6) Shockers!

7) I can take 'em or leave 'em.

8) Red! Bien sur!

At 11:47 AM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

1. Skye Boat Song on the bagpipes, natch.

2. David

3. Beatrice, shortened to Trick

4. Elvis

5. Harriet

6. Junior Mints, but you never get enough in the box.

7. Oddly, I do enjoy watching the previews when I'm at a theatre, not so much when at home. Probably because the theatre previews are for things I haven't seen/heard of because they're new, whereas the previews on a dvd are not so much with the new, yet-to-be- released flicks.

8. Green, with copper rivets and a green & copper transfer.

At 12:19 PM , Blogger punky said...

"Green, with copper rivets and a green & copper transfer."

Say what?

I think I need a diagram.

At 12:30 PM , Blogger Sarah O. said...

1. I steered clear of pop songs for my wedding. But like everyone else who got married in the 80's I had a string quartet play "Pacobel's Canon" as I almost tripped (several times) down the aisle.

2. & 3. I'm not planning on having any more kids so I have no new faves. I named my kids Emily (before it was a cliche) and Ethan (ditto).

4. I had a turtle named Smiley.

5. Cuddles?

6. I rarely eat at the movies but I do appreciate theaters that serve cocktails in the lobby.

7. I love the trailers in the theater or at home.

8. White. A plain thin white T-shirt. That's because when I got up at 7:00am it was already 90 degrees.

At 12:37 PM , Blogger Tamara said...

"Green, with copper rivets and a green & copper transfer"

Oh, ya. I've got one o'those, too.

At 1:36 PM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

It's a green, ribbed tank, with a green & copper (also white) transfer of a leaf and flower design trailing down the right side, with a few tiny copper rivets here and there to make it sparkle.

Does that help?

At 1:51 PM , Blogger punky said...

But what the heck is "transfer"?

At 2:00 PM , Blogger Tamara said...

Isn't "transfer" when you, um, transfer a design from special paper to fabric, using heat? Or something?

At 2:23 PM , Blogger punky said...

I call that an "Iron On".

Like my circa 1970s shimmery unicorn T-shirt with fringe on the bottom

Just sayin'

At 2:35 PM , Blogger Tamara said...

That is so "Punky Brewster."

Almost-related brain-spewage: I used to have unicorn patches on the knees of my jeans.

Hey! If you're "Punky", can I be "Rainbow Brite"?

At 2:57 PM , Blogger Leetie said...

1. "Is This Love?" by Bob Marley
2. EWAN! :)
3. Audrey
4. Chester
5. Steve
6. Popcorn with Milk Duds coming in 2nd.
7. I enjoy them in the theaters, but FF thru them at home.
8. Bright minty green

At 4:51 PM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

Transfers are more hip than iron-ons, but essentially the same things.

It's not dye, it's not woven into the design, it's added on afterwards and adheres to the surface of the fabric rather than soaked in like a dye would do.

Which reminds me, I got a bunch of t-shirts for the nephew-to-be yesterday, including one that says, "Chick Magnet," and one that says, "I do all my own stunts".

At 4:55 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

1. ummm... decision on this one is still pending. I'm still working on finding someone to marry.

2. Joseph

3. Romy

4. Shelley

5. Garotte (Gary for short!)

6. Tangy Fruits!

7. At the movies, yes. At home, I hire DVDs which either don't have previews or you can go straight to the menu and skip them.

8. oooh... still in my pyjamas!

At 5:07 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

Sally, too cute!

At 6:18 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

8. Black, long-sleeved, round-neck top. Has large orange-red rose silk screened onto the front, taking up most of my chest/abdomen space.

If I had to pick a song for number 1, there was a song I heard, probably 5 or 6 years ago now, and I thought "That's the song I want played at my wedding". Only now I can't remember the song title or the artists, only a few of the lyrics. It was a great song, though.

dqtqpbz? Sounds like a Bronx cheer to me!

At 11:43 AM , Blogger Higgy said...

1. We danced to "In the Mood" by Glen Miller for our first dance. Nice little swing number.

2. Owen!

3. Not sure - Elizabeth, probably - lots of variations in there. I liked Fiona a lot when I was younger.

4. Yurtle.

5. Victor (Victor the Constrictor)

6. Plain M&Ms

7. No, I usually hate the previews as they go on too long. I always fast-forward them at home.

8. Green, although I'm still not showered yet - the advantages of working at home combined with 7am conference calls. I'll probably be in blue later.

At 7:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jamester says:
1. Emotions in Motion, by Ric Ocasek
2. Jon, maybe.
3. Amanda. Couldn't use it for my daughter (Megan), as I'd used it on my pet rat when I was 8.
4. Rocky
5. Cooper
6. Milk Balls
7. Yes, but yes.
8. Blue. Very professional, designed to inspire trust ('cause I'm at work).

At 8:37 AM , Blogger MrFisher said...

Crush ME - DMB - I didn't, but it'd be a good one.
Aiden, and I also like Brody
Erin McKenzie, or Kennedy
Gummy Bears
Yes and Yes
Dark Blue ringer Tee, with multi colored stripes (some may call it a rainbow) across the front (breasteses), that run through (ok, behind) a silhoutte of a man playing cricket. I know. I just like to confuse people.

At 1:38 PM , Anonymous boo augustus said...

1. What song did you or would you like to use as your wedding song? Lo Er A Rose is Blooming. I'd like the hymn sung first, then orchestral, followed by the Mannhiem Steamroller march variation for the processional. I've thought about this a little too much, don't you think. Oh, and it's a Christmas season wedding.

2. Favorite boy name? Lindley (family name)

3. Favorite girl name? Saffron, Heddie, August

4. Best name for a pet turtle? Mortimer

5. Best name for a pet boa constrictor? Eeek

6. Best movie theater snack? Popcorn, I guess. But I like all the snack foods to be gone before the feature starts. Don't want to be distracted.

7. Do you enjoy watching the previews before a movie? When watching a movie at home, do you fast forward through the previews? Yes in the theater, no at home.

8. What color shirt are you wearing today? Navy blue Ralph Lauren polo.


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