Rory sets the questions and these are now tucked under his Universal Greetings posts, so I’ve missed a few I’m afraid.
How do you like your sausages – straight, curved, short, long, fat, or thin or do you not even like sausages?
Interpret as you wish ….
How often [under normal circumstances] would you visit a hairdressers/barbers in one year?
Never. I cut my own.
What is it specifically do you think about humor that makes you laugh – as in ‘what’s so funny to you?’ Why do you laugh at some things and not others – what is the magical ingredient for you?
It all depends on my mood. Having watched Four Weddings and a Funeral twice, I didn’t even smile, let alone laugh, and I was told it was a hilarious movie. I can laugh at Norman Wisdom, Kenny Everett and Morecambe and Wise, and some every day events can make me laugh, like the other day a woman was walking down the road with a plate of hot golden crispy chips and tried to eat a forkful with her mask on.
If you were convinced you had seen an alien or a UFO [from another planet] how would you make people believe you or would you not tell anyone?
What’s the point? I would have asked them to beam me up and take me and Hubby away.
Do you know what your place is in the world – where you fit in – and is that important to you?
Interesting question Rory:
It has taken us a while to find a place where people accept us for who we are, not what we can do for them. This first occurred in the boating community and now here where we live.
All I know is that I’m at my happiest when Hubby and I are together, so my answer is anywhere he is.
Is it important to you to get ‘noticed’ or are you happy enough to just be seen and is there really a difference do you think?
I hate to be the centre of attention, and much happier to sit on the sidelines and watch everyone else. I’ll join in the conversation though, and yes, I think there is a difference as you can be noticed for a lot of reasons (behaviour, dress, attitude) but simply seen is a bit more subtle IMO.