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12 February 2008 @ 06:26 pm
Mimblety Mumblety Meme  
Tagged by badboy_fangirl for this meme. I can't even find the first one of these I did about 2 years back.

A. List seven habits/quirks/facts about yourself.
B. Tag seven people to do the same.
C. Do not tag the person who tagged you or say that you tag "whoever wants to do it."


1) One of my most-hated noises is people making styrofoam squeak. :0
2) My favorite classical-music era is "modern," but it's mainly the music from about 1900-1945 and not "all" modern music. The period I like would be better described as neo-romantic.
3) I hate the movie "Pulp Fiction" with a passion. It will never be funny to me.
4) I love raw carrots and hate cooked ones. Since forever.
5) I still think of myself as an Oregonian, though I haven't lived there for 24 years. *sniffle*
6) I can roll one eye without rolling the other. It is frightening.
7) I grew up with Great Danes in the house, which means that dogs like Labs and Collies will always be "medium-sized" to me.

I tag athrosknot, deirdre_c, chanchito_z, black_regalia, happywriter06, girlguidejones, and gretazreta on this one!


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Deadbeat Nymph: dean indie rockdeadbeat_nymph on February 13th, 2008 07:07 am (UTC)
I grew up with Great Danes in the house, which means that dogs like Labs and Collies will always be "medium-sized" to me.

Aww... See, I think that all dogs that I like are 'puppies' and therefore 'cute'. This includes the two Great Danes of my landlord's in France. On the outside of the house, they were scary f***ers, but inside the house? Sweet as pie. I luffed them! *sighs happily at fond memories of puppies*
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on February 13th, 2008 07:32 am (UTC)
On the outside of the house, they were scary f***ers, but inside the house? Sweet as pie.
Oh really, Great Danes are just cowards in a big package. They're huge and have a big bark, but typically very gentle dispositions.

When ours used to go to the beach and run loose, they really did seem more like horses than dogs. That silly look they'd get in their eyes and the way they'd gallop around belonged to an entirely different animal!