Thanks to Rory for hosting this cheeky series. Here we are seeing Number 6 of 9.
Everyone enjoys a quickie right …. l mean it doesn’t ‘always’ have to be over too quick – but just not take toooooooooooooo long either, otherwise where’s the fun for a quickie on the weekend?
They’ll touch base with anything and everything and sometimes none of the above but something else!!
6 Quickie Questions
|When was the last time you had a quickie [in anything]?
Can’t remember, it was so quick, I missed it.
|How do you feel about people who burp and fart when in your presence and instead of ‘excusing themselves’, laugh instead?
Dammit Rory! You’ve caught me!! Sorry about that.
|If you were to write a letter to the younger you today about who you have become, what would you say?
Don’t marry the first bloke, and don’t live with the second.
|How long is too long in your eyes and why? [Interpret as you wish!]
This depends on if I’m waiting in a queue (too long) or the time Hubby and I have been together (not long enough)
|Have you ever read any of the Fifty Shades series written by E.L.James and if so, what were your thoughts?
I nearly bought the first three on special offer, having heard two members of staff raving about them. A third said they were rubbish so I picked a page at random, agreed, and put them all back, saving myself a tenner.
|What’s the worst smell or scent you have ever encountered and what caused it?
Apart from raw sewage, and a certain 7 year old’s habits of messing himself, not cleaning his teeth or having a wash, I have three, all being perfumes.
I worked with a lady who loved Rapture, a range of cosmetic products that came in shampoo, shower gel, bubble bath, soap, talcum powder, perfume, deodorant, and cologne. She wore them all at once, was in a permanent ‘haze’ and we called her Winnie the Poo.
In a similar vein, a guy I knew did the same with Brut. I choked every time I was in his company.
But the best has to be Poison perfume, not cheap to buy by any means, and something I sampled at the smelly counter in the chemists. When I got back to the office it had gone sour on me, and the boss asked who had spilt the bleach.