1. When do you get up?
as late as possible. can’t stand mornings. don’t even care for you asking me that question. On school days, the alarm goes off at 7 and I am moving around 7:45 am. On weekends, around ten-ish if I can.
2. Do you pout and preen like cheap tarts in a red light street?
outstanding Police reference, first and foremost. The Police was my very first rock concert… when I was ten. I am fine with each and every red light. After about 4 in a row, though, I start to get victimy.
3. Does it taste like chicken?
what? I know what you want. You want me to make a ‘your mother’ joke, am I am simply above it. Grow up, seriously.
4. This is a colon : and this is a semi-colon ; – what’s next?
you know, I have always struggled with this. I have a friggin’ English degree, and I just finally learned it a few years ago. Here is the deal; anything after the semi-colon should be something that stands on its own as a sentence. A colon (:) is generally used for lists. At list, by me.
5. What do you keep in your picinick basket, boo boo?
your mother, and a bottle of wine.