Wednesday, March 02, 2005

My Interview with Jon

The Official rules of the Interview-Game
1. If you want to participate, leave a comment below saying "interview me."

2. I will respond by asking you five questions - each person's will be different.

3. You will update your journal/blog with the answers to the questions.

4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview others in the same post.

5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions

6. I will answer reasonable follow up questions if you leave a comment.

1. If California suddenly fell into the ocean, what other state would you like to live in?

I would have to say Arizona. I have really bad allergies and I hear that if you move there your allergies get better.

2. If we made your life into a TV Series, what would the show title be, and who would you cast in the major roles?

OMG....This could really happen!!!!!!!!!!! I would have to say Always the Bride, Never the Bridesmaid, I know its long but sooooo true. As for cast I think Nichols Cage as Husband #1, because #1 reminds me of him. Sean Connery as Husband #2 older and classy, Dwight Yukom as Hubby #3, because he can play a real bad ass character and looks great in tight jeans. As for casting me I would have to say ME!!!!!!!!!! Because then I'd get to kiss all the really great husbands I picked out!!!!!!!!!!

3. Provide there examlpes of why accountants are not boring.

I'm an accountant and I am anything but boring, and give great head!!!!. (This counts as 2 examples) ;)
Accountants authorize your paychecks. (that was a tough one Jon)

4.Give three names you absolutely would Never Ever have given to your son.

Richard (no one is ever going to call my son Dick)
Leroy.....too Okie sounding to me
William....Way to over over used in my family.

5. What was the first musical recording(45, LP, Cassette, 8-Track!) you have ever bought at a store, where is it now, and how do you feel about that music now?

Wow thats a step back in time for me....It was a 45, I don't remember what the record was, but I do remember the store. It was Carter's Music Store, downtown, I would ride my bike there all the time. They had a small booth with a sliding glass door and it had a record player in it. You had to ask Mr. or Mrs. Carter (they were scary old people) for the record you wanted to listen to, they would give it to you and then watch you like a hawk, as if you where going to steal it. I have now idea where my 45 collection is now, but I wish I did. I love all that old music I grew up on. It takes me back to a simple work..... no stress, just being a kid...........

Thanks Jon!!!!!! This was fun!!!!!

1 comment:

Jon37 said...

Hmmm. Do you know if I had a dollar for every woman that told me she gave great head... I'd well, have a few more dollars. In fact to date only ONE woman that told me this was actually able to live up to the claim. And I really did go blind for a while afterwards.