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Old 09-15-2013, 12:08 AM   #51
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I am laughing also!

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Old 09-15-2013, 02:27 AM   #52
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1. What word/phrase do you most overuse?
Can't think of one
2. Favorite spice?
Garlic or cardamom
3. Biggest time-waster?
The internet
4. What celebrity would you invite over for coffee, and what color mug do they use?
Rick Mercer, Canadian comedian, television personality, political satirist and very smart fellow. A very large, dark blue coffee cup
5. For my American Idol Audition, I will sing: The Vietnam Song, by Country Joe and the Fish
6. Have you ever thrown a drink in someone’s face like a character on a soap opera?
No, but I threw cold tea at my ex
7. When was the last time you wore leg-warmers?
The 80s
8. What do you call your car?
Sigrid
9. What celebrity would you be willing to slap for a Klondike Bar?
I'm non violent and I don't like ice cream I have to bite.
10. When was the last time you gave the finger to someone in traffic?
Several years ago. I mutter foul things. I learned not to say them out loud because I don't always think about whether or not the window is open.
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Old 09-15-2013, 02:40 AM   #53
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So how did #5 go from the American Idol question to the toilet paper one for Cat? In fact why are all her questions different than the ones asked for others?
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Old 09-15-2013, 02:45 AM   #54
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So how did #5 go from the American Idol question to the toilet paper one for Cat? In fact why are all her questions different than the ones asked for others?
More Questions - The Dirty Dozen!
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Old 09-15-2013, 02:47 AM   #55
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I'm just wondering how I missed this thread before.
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Old 09-15-2013, 03:19 AM   #56
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I never saw it either taxy. I'm starting with the original set too:

Here are 10 questions to answer.

1. What word/phrase do you most overuse? LittleBit, NO!
2. Favorite spice? Sweet-cinnamon. Savory-paprika
3. Biggest time-waster? Trying to remember what I'm supposed to be doing/doing next.
4. What celebrity would you invite over for coffee, and what color mug do they use? Cleveland's very own Iron Chef Michael Symon, and a Cleveland Browns logo mug...which I would have to buy but would, just for one of Cleveland's biggest cheerleaders.
5. For my American Idol Audition, I will sing: The Star-Spangled Banner. I actually can stay on pitch, in tune, and hit the right notes.
6. Have you ever thrown a drink in someone’s face like a character on a soap opera? No, but I have knocked a drink over only to have it flow across the table and land in someone's lap.
7. When was the last time you wore leg-warmers? About 1982, when I took exercise classes at the Y when our kids were young.
8. What do you call your car? Sally
9. What celebrity would you be willing to slap for a Klondike Bar? Ooo, so many celebrities and only six bars in a package.
10. When was the last time you gave the finger to someone in traffic? Never, that I can remember, but I sure do cuss a blue streak for the exceptionally stupid ones.
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:48 AM   #57
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I clicked that link to the other questions. I will try to answer these.

1. What word/phrase do you most overuse? What is this? (In my new country, I say this very much!)
2. Favorite spice? Rosemary.
3. Biggest time-waster? Boys and the Facebook. I do not have time for these.
4. What celebrity would you invite over for coffee, and what color mug do they use? Nelson Mandela. I shall give him the cup of DA's finest china.
5. For my American Idol Audition, I will sing: I would not do this.
6. Have you ever thrown a drink in someone’s face like a character on a soap opera? No.
7. When was the last time you wore leg-warmers? What are these?
8. What do you call your car? Joy
9. What celebrity would you be willing to slap for a Klondike Bar? All of them!
10. When was the last time you gave the finger to someone in traffic? Never!

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Old 09-17-2013, 01:11 AM   #58
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Leg warmers:

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Old 09-17-2013, 01:23 AM   #59
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These look odd. These look like sagging, incomplete socks.

How are they to warm the legs when they do not cover all the leg?

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Old 09-17-2013, 07:39 AM   #60
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Leg warmers were worn by theater dancers to keep their legs warm while rehearsing and were popular in the '80s because of a movie called Flashdance. Since fashion comes in cycles, '80s styles are fashionable now so sometimes you see people wearing them. Now they're more of an accessory than a real attempt to keep the legs warm.
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