2. Gosh, I feel like I’d be so boring on this one! The only one I can think of was the time I celebrated pretty much for my friend and I (our birthdays are pretty close together) at The Shack. Pretty sure I learned why a drunk’s reasoning is pretty crap. Also learned how people look at you when they KNOW you’re plastered. LMAO. Lesson: Never drink that last beer when you’re pretty much full and especially if it’s free.
I’m not sure if I was supposed to be drunk prior to answering this? Oh well, haha.
7. Guy on a Buffalo. YouTube. :D My other answer would be Honk Shepard, but I don’t know if anybody else would be as tickled as I was when I read that Kotaku article.
13. *consults FB timeline* Oh yeah! Ok, brother got married in May, but in June I flew to Virginia with my youngest and super adorable nephew Seth. I remember him being such a trooper.
14. I’d like to think going to NYC by myself and wandering around is crazy. Especially since I only knew like Kate and most of the time I was wandering around by myself. Next would be skydiving.
17. I once said I didn’t really have an issue with gay marriage. I come from a religious background, and still go to church. I’m still trying to reconcile it. Personally, I don’t have an issue with it. I said this at work once, and my co-worker said she did. It was slightly awkward.
6. (well at the time I got this it was MOM): “Clean house were coming home ok. Love u” (i think she finally learned to text. lol)
16. Umm beards. It’s pretty much locked in that I like those. Although clean shaven is good too, haha. British accents. A great laugh. Sense of humor. Major plus if we’re kind of in the same music sphere, even better if he is a musician. Convictions, even if we may not agree. Hmm, I feel like I’m describing my um, crush. Except he has no beard, no British accent, and doesn’t play a musical instrument. Maybe I should’ve just said Ed O’Brien/Colin Greenwood/Noah Harmon/Daniel Kessler/Colin Firth and this question would have just been answered straighaway lol.
“Nobody will stop you from creating. Do it tonight. Do it tomorrow. That is the way to make your soul grow — whether there is a market for it or not! The kick of creating is the act of creating, not anything that happens afterward. I would tell all of you watching this screen: before you go to bed, write a four line poem. Make it as good as you can. Don’t show it to anybody. Put it where nobody will find it. And you will discover that you have your reward.”—Kurt Vonnegut (via mamacats-elliot)