Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)

Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)
Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)

Monday, August 29, 2011

The Quiz

1. Have you got hangy ear lobes or those joiny-up ones that are welded to the face?
2. An item of clothing that keeps on giving
3. Why would anybody want to be..
4. A movie you've been meaning to watch again
5. A movie you wish you'd never seen in the first place

14 comments:

Crazyjedidiah said...

1. Hangy
2. My hoodie
3. Scientist
4. My Sister's Keeper
5. Coraline.

Jessica said...

1. Strong welded ones.
2. Brown cardigan with pockets.
3. A cook or chef.
4. I'm halfway through The Sting!
5. I watched half of A Room With A View.

Ben McLaughlin said...

1. Have you got hangy ear lobes or those joiny-up ones that are welded to the face?
2. An item of clothing that keeps on giving
3. Why would anybody want to be..
4. A movie you've been meaning to watch again
5. A movie you wish you'd never seen in the first place

Ben McLaughlin said...

1. Nice hangy ones

2. My navy school jumper. 1993-2011 and still going strong. I'm wearing it today.

3. A politician. Or an events organiser.

4. the Star Wars trilogy and the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

5.I Love You Philip Morris.

KIM said...

1. Attached I believe is the word I learned in 9th grade biology when studying genetics ...

2. Short jeans skirt.

3. A mortician.

4. Inception.

5. Mission Impossible 2. Watched it first when I was about 17 and was scared to pieces. Saw it on TV a couple months ago and thought "gosh, I'll be fine with that now." Yep. I still had nightmares.

simone r said...

1. Slightly hangy
2. Denim skirt. Summer and winter (with tights)
3. An accountant
4. Serenity. No where near as good as it should have been, but better than nothing.
5. Barnyard. I've seen some bad kids movies in my time, but...

Alistair Bain said...

1. Hangy
2. 16 year old grey adidas track pants.
3. an oncologist
4. Casablanca
5. Death at a Funeral.

Deb L said...

1. Had to go check in the mirror. Half and half?
2. Grey cardigan bought in 2001.
3. A small business owner...so much stress.
4. "Schindler's List"
5. Robin Williams' "Being Human". To tell the truth we couldn't get through the whole thing. It was awful.

Ruth said...

1. hangy
2. red cardigan.
3. a telemarketer
4. ? Can't think of any.
5. Last Man Standing - with Bruce Willis. Truly woeful movie. Complete waste of those hours I wasted hoping it would get better....

Laetitia :-) said...

1. Have you got hangy ear lobes or those joiny-up ones that are welded to the face? - Technically unattached (like Kim, I did this in Yr 9 Science) but my lobes are so small they may appear to be attached (let's just say that it's just as well I don't want pierced ears as there's almost nowhere to pierce).
2. An item of clothing that keeps on giving - jeans I bought in Jan 1998, suit style jacket I bought in 1996 and vest I bought in 1997.
3. Why would anybody want to be..drunk.
4. A movie you've been meaning to watch again - Strictly Ballroom.
5. A movie you wish you'd never seen in the first place - I'll have to get back to you on this one.

Georgina said...

1. Fleshy lobes
2. This over everything fleecy jacket but it's not actually called a jacket
3. High school teacher
4. Legally blonde for the bend and snap
5. Shrek- any one except the original

Gary Ware said...

Hangy, a bit.
Black overcoat.
A pastor. (then again, why would anyone not want to be a pastor?)
O Brother, where art thou?
Pearl Harbour

Ben McLaughlin said...

Cj- I'm glad you said Coraline. that was one of the worst, overrated movies I've ever seen.

Jess- Aw come on, Room With A View is gold!

Kim- I agree, Tom Cruise is pretty terrifying.

Simone- So many of those recentish kids computer generated movies are awful. They look okayish, but the humour and popular culture kind of references kill me.

Al- with those old school trackies you must be a regular bboy. Care to bust out some moves?

Deb- Hmm, interesting. A semi-weld.

Ruth- yeah I don't get at all why anyone would be a telemarketer. Not only are you spouting the same lines ALL day, but your being rudely 'no thanks'ed all day too.

Laetitia- That's a good jeans innings. I used to be on a roll, but in recent years every pair I get seems to wear through in embarressing places within a year or so. I must live life to the EXTREME.

George- Heh. Gotta love the bend and snap. I thought I'd hate that movie, but I didn't.

Gary- eurg, Pearl Harbour.. there's 17 hours of my life I'll never get back.

Laetitia :-) said...

Ben - part of the reason why the jeans have lasted so long is because I used to fit into some other pairs, so they didn't get worn much in the early years. They are now showing wear on certain points along the seams - the points that fold when you sit down (around the hips and knees).