Thursday, October 30, 2008

Michael Jackson, glue, walls, popcorn, TP & animals

Welcome to the October 29th version of Thursday Thunks!
Where we make you think a little bit before you blog!

This week we will answer some unusual questions, brought to you by Berleen, the color black and the number 13.
And now for my answers... Demon #2 answered this yesterday!
  1. Would you let your children go Trick or Treating at Michael Jackson's house? Why not? I have girls, no worries there. They would be in costume, he'd never recognize them on the street anyway. He probably gives out the best candy! It's not like we'd be going inside of his house or anything.
  2. Did you eat paste and/or glue as a child? I can honestly say that I did not.
  3. Look at the wall to your right, what is on it? A wooden harley that the husband's grandpa made.
  4. Do you put butter and/or salt on your popcorn? Both. I like my food with heart attack possibilities.
  5. What does your favorite coffee cup look like? It has a pictures of the demons and says "Moms Goofballs" on it.
  6. What was your favorite Halloween costume? I tried to find a picture of it online, but I can't remember what it was called. It was this big blow-up head thing that you wore on your head? I think it was 1980 or 81. *edit - thanks to Debbie over at Through Thick n Thin (because obviously we had the same kick-ass taste in Halloween costomes!) I now know what it was. Kooky Spooks - I had the black one... looking at them now, they were sort of lame, weren't they?
  7. Toilet Paper - hard, soft, extra soft? Extra soft. Charmin. Ultra soft. Enough said.
  8. Have you ever rescued/taken in a stray animal? Yep. Just this week.
  9. Name 3 things you want your kids to learn before they grow up. (if you don't have kids, feel free to skip this one or add your own twist to the question) How to turn off lights, but then again when they are paying the electric bill in their own house I don't care if they know how to or not. How to take "no" for an answer. How to cook without the use of a microwave, because microwaves are just a fad, ya know.
  10. Pick one of the Thursday Thunk players and say something about them. I'm going with K, too. (same as the demon) I think it's fun that someone came crawling out from my past and started playing... plus she is much more creative & better at writing and stuff than most of us so she will be an excellent addition!
and that's the end.

9 comments:

Kimber said...

Heart attack possiblities...Love it!

redknowshow said...

I love what you want to pass on to your children. Lol! Forget passing on stuff for the future, how about stuff that'll help them (and you now!) Good thinking. Fantastic answers.

Jen E @ mommablogsalot said...

Are there people out there who prefer hard TP I just don't get that one... Great answers!

Amber said...

Did Husband's Grandpa, like, carve it out himself, or did he buy the figure and glue it on? I'm just not getting a visual, LOL
Great Answers! Happy Thursday!

Kittilicious said...

Oh no, it's all hand cut and pieced together. I don't remember how many pieces there are but the thing is huge. (we paid $500 for it and we got a "family deal". I thnk he was selling them for $1000 when he was making them) We have quite a few of the things that his grandpa made throughout the house; horses, deer, raccoons - it's something we all cherish since we lost him last year.

Kittilicious said...

Jen E - oh yeah! We have some friends who actually prefer to use an outhouse, too! They won't buy soft TP. And ironically - they won the Powerball a few years back. One of the first things they bought was an original-old-from forever ago outhouse!!!

Jodi said...

OMG!! I LOVE your blog! You are so funny! Heart attack possibilities. I'm crying from laughing so hard. I'm adding you to my blogroll cause you are just so damn funny!

Through Thick and Thin said...

omg yes they were so lame but i loved it!!

K said...

Sorry I didn't post last night - I kept trying to open too many tabs on my slow connection and crashing my computer (like at least 3 times) while making supper and helping with homework, etc. etc. I always love to read your answers. Thanks for saying something nice about me. It really helped cheer me up after a somewhat crappy and really long day.