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three ???

Since it's the second time this has gone around why not.

got this from a couple people:

I want everyone who reads this to ask me 3 questions, no more no less.

Ask me anything you want. I reserve the right to answer any way I please.

Then I want you to go to your journal, copy and paste this allowing your friends (including myself) to ask you anything.


Superheroes - Daft Punk - Discovery

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mingerspice
Apr. 15th, 2004 04:43 am (UTC)
1) Are you now, or have you ever been a member of any kind of geek-related or obsessive-esque group (possible groups: roleplaying, book clubs, scrapbooking, stamp collecting, birdwatching)?

2) If you could eat only one dish for the rest of your life, what would it be?

3) Beach or Countryside?
monkeyx3
Apr. 15th, 2004 12:54 pm (UTC)
1. I did was really into RPG when I was in high school but haven't done much since then, everyone I played with went there separate ways. I have millions of geeky obsessions, I'm very obsessive but only for a short period of time before I get board.
One that has lasted a long time is my photo albums. I shoot my photos normally to be presented in albums to really preserve the moment. some contain ripped pictures, bloody pieces of plastic, I even have a peel away black dot on a very nice naughty picture of the army boy I had a crush on for so long. My albums defiantly look like they were put together by an insane person, because they were. Sadly I have had to give up making new ones... I have over 40 and I just don't have room for any more.
My main geek-related obsession now is just Mac computers. I get a hold of old ones and fix them up and give them away for cheep or free. Usually it some poor computerless person at Amoeba.

2. Chicken Tikka Massala! I really wouldn't mind eating it three times a week. More often than that and I would probably lose my love for it.

3. I would have to say Beach... when I say beach I mean like a southern California beach with nice sand and trees not the rocky cold (if you go in the water you die) beach like San Francisco beaches. I grew up riding my bike to the beach, It's something I miss up here. The beaches up here really aren't the same to me.