Saturday, May 2, 2009

Settling the Score

I don't want to continue my complaining from yesterday and I need to start studying for my finals... but I didn't want to skip out on the Saturday fun. Be sure to check it out.

Saturday 9: Settling the Score1. Do you feel that you have “a score to settle” with anyone?
Honestly, I have a lot of built up anger right now... but I'm not going to go out looking for revenge. I just need to express myself or forgive. I just haven't decided which one yet.

2. Do you own anything that you think is unbreakable?
I really don't think so... Everything of mine seems a bit fragile at times.

3. Tell us about a crazy thing you did in high school.
I honestly never did anything too crazy. I was a very good kid.

I once ran twelve miles in one day during cross country season. That seems crazy to me now.

4. Name the one talent of yours that you think is the best.
I'm good at learning things. My memory works amazingly and I'm pretty dang smart. I do my best at school work.

5. Who wins American Idol? (if you don’t watch, tell us about a reality show that you do follow.)
I'm not huge on reality shows... I like watching Project Runway, but it's almost always re-runs that I watch on Bravo.
Bold
6. What is your favorite movie in black & white?
To Kill a Mockingbird. The book is even better.

7. What is one thing advertised too much on TV?
Condoms. Why do condom advertisements always come up when I'm watching television with my parents. Awkward.

8. What is your current favorite TV drama?
Lost. The story line is finally coming together and I love it- so much.

9. What is your current favorite TV comedy?
I don't like any comedies that are currently showing. My two favorites include: That 70s Show and Friends.

Happy Saturday guys! I hope you all have exciting, fun weekends that aren't centered around studying.

3 comments:

Catherine @ The Blonde Diaries said...

Friends is still one of my favorites to watch too. I pull out my dvds every now and then and start watching the seasons in order.

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

You picked a great movie. Probably Gregory Peck's best. Truth? I was a good kid in high school, too. Just don't let the secret out. I've made for lost time since... ;)

I am Harriet said...

There is a new condom commercial where two younger women get advice from an older woman. Ewe.