What kind of soap do you use? (Im trying for totally random ;)
Yay--totally random's the way to go!
I use St Ives Whipped Silk, and have yet to find a worthy substitute of yummy smells and whipped silkiness.
Erm, and what is your favorite candy bar? lol.
Hmm..peanut m&ms or 3 musketeers :D
I'd have to say the vegetarian variety platter that really good, authentic Greek deli's serve. There's hummus, and tahini, and grape leaves, and pita, and greek salad, and falafel, and a bunch of other random foods and dips I have yet to learn to pronounce. Accompanied with some nice Martinelli's Sparkling Cider and BAKLAVA for dessert....mmmm. *faints*
What is your favorite NIN song?
Hmmmm..thats the hardest question ever ;) It changes all the time because I couldn't just pick one song..but right now Im loving the live version of Burn...I never really liked it until I saw it live. There is just SO much energy when he screams it, its amazing.
Which Lord of the Rings was/is your favorite?
Hmm...another hard question! For the movies, it was The Fellowship of the Ring beyond a doubt (though, it was so very satisfying to see the Dark Tower fall in Return of the King, too!).
With the books, it's a bit harder to determine...probably Fellowship of the Ring in that case, as well. AND the parts with Faramir :)
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Your pumpkin I is am. *nod*
How many licks does it take to get to your creamy center? ;)
One...two...three...four...CRUNCH! You cheated!
Who taught you to play chess?
Crystal did, quite a long time ago. It unfortunately was in the middle of my "Sore Loser Amanda" phase, when I could not bear to lose in a board game and got really furious. Poor Crystal :/
And I forgot to ask you a question!! Grr.
What's your favorite sort of cereal?
Cream of wheat with a dash of ovaltine.
What time would you rather live in?
Ovaltine! Omg....you DO have my bizarre mixing cooking urge. I never would have thought to mix those, but now that I am they sound delicious! *thumbs up* haha.
Oh gosh...hard question. If it was anything different from now, I'd want it to be in ancient America, way before Europeans came along. Either that, or waaaaay back when people thought Atlantis existed, just to see if it did, and the thriving trade centers, and the completely different way everything was.
Or, again...put me in a nice forest someplace with enough survival knowledge, and I'd be happy. Preferably with an Ari :P
What were your favorite toys as a child?
Stuffed animals, board games, mechanical and motorized toys, and a cap gun. I moved over to books and the computer early on. I never played video games, nor did I watch a lot of TV. I moved away from most toys early on.
What is your favorite soda?
I like cream soda, rootbeer, orange cream or sometimes ginger ale. Though, water still remains the most satisfying thing for me to drink and I hardly ever get the urge to have soda.
What is your favorite meal to cook?
What's the longest length your hair has been?
It was almost down to my backside when I was in, maybe, 3rd or 4th grade. But after that, I seemed to grow faster than my hair. I've never done more than trim it either, but now it's super-short compared to how it was then!
And, I forgot to ask YOU a question too! lol.
What is your favorite time/place/event in history to learn about?
That's a brilliant question. Ummm. Do I sound too narrow-sighted if I answer that right now, I'm most excited about learning things about my own very early childhood? That, and my brothers'. I think it's because there are so many little kids around me right now. Had you asked me at a different time, I might have answered "the Second World War" (honestly, an old favourite) or something.
What confuses you the most about life?
lol, not at all. I'd LOVE to see how I was as a child, and know how it felt again. Little kids are the essence of love itself :) lol.
Um...why it's so ironic! So very veeeerrry ironic, and why it keeps throwing so many things out of the woodwork that I'd never think I would need to deal with again.
Do you believe in ghosts/spirits/etc, and why?
I actually remember quite a bit about how it felt. I remember being confused and amazed a lot, and everything was sooo huge, hahah. Though, I think it's an awful shame there is so little photographic evidende of my early years (and zero video evidence).
Well, ghosts... I'm a little undecided. You see, I'm one of those people who has a hard time believing in things until she experiences them herself, and I have never in my life experienced anything that I think would have possibly counted as a presence of a ghost, or doings of a ghost. Though, a lot of people I personally know have such experiences, and as far as I can tell they are very much non-delusional and intelligent people, so I'm not flat out saying ghosts don't exist. Hmm.
Staying in the supernatural area - have you ever in your life been honestly scared that aliens were going to come and abduct you at night?
Oh yes, that indeed makes sense. I've had...experiences too lol.
And nope, I honestly can say I never have. Spirits though, or demons, or monsters, or burgulars...I STILL get afraid of these things coming at night, and OFTEN at that. In my opinion though, aliens will have better things to do with their time than abducting random people :P