Thursday, July 3, 2008

Remember Tiger Beat Magazine?

I got this from Army of Mom and found it funny reading her answers. My family passes these "Getting To Know You" surveys around all the time, so here are my answers to AoM's survey.

AoM said...
"can't even remember where I got this magazine, but it is pretty interesting. Called "Movies Rock" thre is a little Q&A on the back page with Bill Murray. The author resurrects a 1967 Tiger Beat interview with The Monkees. They posed the same questions to Murray. I'm going to give it a try:"

How would your mother describe you in one word? Brat*
*My mother has called me that for as long as I can remember whenever I pull one on her.

What is your favorite flower? Don't really think about them that way, but I enjoy buying a bouquet of carnations my wife on my way home from work, especially when there is no reason to get them. They cheer up the room when she puts them out.

What is the most insane question you've ever been asked? "Have you ever made an escape from your submarine at sea?"

What word in the language do you wish you had invented? ludicrous (and I tend to use it too frequently as well.)

Where would you like to live? Anywhere that doesn't have hurricanes, tornados, excessive heat or cold but a nice change of seasons, low cost of living and no property or income taxes.

What is the first quote that comes to your mind? "Nothing is too hard for the man that doesn't have to do it." (Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert)

What animal best describes the kind of (girl) you'd be interested in? Golden Retriever: smart, loyal, beautiful, and easily trainable to do tricks of my choosing

What do you miss about your childhood? The total cluelessness of the reality of having to pay bills.

If you could change your name, what would you change it to? I'm named after my dad and my great grandfather, both of whom I respect, admire and most importantly like, so I wouldn't change it.

What is the main fault in your character? I don't suffer idiots well.

What is your favorite historical character? Hard to say, probably either Thomas Edison or Benjamin Franklin

Describe how you kiss in one word? Frequently?

What in the world do you least desire? US Constitutional rights for non-US citizens

Finish this sentence, "Happiness is a thing called ..."family"

(Had to agree with you on the last one, AoM, but you were dead wrong on the spinach lasagne...)

1 comment:

Army of Mom said...

Frequent kisser, huh? Lucky Mrs. Seems like me and my hubby never take the time to kiss. We just get to business. LOL

And, ick, spinach lasagne sucks.