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How are you going to talk about all of that healthy food and then make me talk about pizza? That ain't right.

My favorite is bacon, jalapeños, and feta cheese. It's not something I get often, because of all the death it contains, but it is delicious.

Do you move around a lot when you sleep?
 
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Tabitha4thelord

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Yes, I toss and turn all night long?

Whats your favorite animal?
 
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renewed_hope

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Koala Bears....they are so cute:eek:


Why do I lock myself in the trunk only to find out I can't get out? Lol

Just messing with you, you really don't have to answer that one lol...on a more serious note, what did you have for your last meal?
 

Socreta93

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Koala Bears....they are so cute:eek:


Why do I lock myself in the trunk only to find out I can't get out? Lol

Just messing with you, you really don't have to answer that one lol...on a more serious note, what did you have for your last meal?

Bagels with cream cheese

What is the last dream that you remember having?
 

Maka

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I don't remember dreams very often. There is one dream I've had more than once. I'm looking out the window and I see space ships in the sky. In that moment I'm sure life as I know it is over and I'm scared to death. It's horrifying! I need to stop watching Star Wars. Lol

What's your favourite type of music?
 

Socreta93

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I don't remember dreams very often. There is one dream I've had more than once. I'm looking out the window and I see space ships in the sky. In that moment I'm sure life as I know it is over and I'm scared to death. It's horrifying! I need to stop watching Star Wars. Lol

What's your favourite type of music?
Alternative rock or rap rock

What is one instrument you would like to learn?
 
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I like acoustic covers. Guitar. <3

If you had to choose only one option, which would it be?

A) Meet the love of your life?
B) Cure cancer?
c)World peace?
 

Maka

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I like acoustic covers. Guitar. <3

If you had to choose only one option, which would it be?

A) Meet the love of your life?
B) Cure cancer?
c)World peace?
Without hesitation.. World peace.

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
 

NoNameMcgee

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Without hesitation.. World peace.

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
i think im an extrovert in 90% of social situations
im opinionated and typically a leader in the work place
friendly and outgoing to strangers


but when a woman shows interest in me i seem to transform rather quickly and find a way out (._.')


if you were given a million dollars
BUT you had to start a business with it

what would you invest the money into?
 
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Tabitha4thelord

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i think im an extrovert in 90% of social situations
im opinionated and typically a leader in the work place
friendly and outgoing to strangers


but when a woman shows interest in me i seem to transform rather quickly and find a way out (._.')


if you were given a million dollars
BUT you had to start a business with it

what would you invest the money into?
A soup kitchen to feed the needed 3 times a day
cause I love to cook and bake for others

What Is your favorite kind of car?
 
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Galatea

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1935 Dusenberg Convertible preferably in red.

Who is your favorite painter and why?
 
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CaptainGoat

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1935 Dusenberg Convertible preferably in red.

Who is your favorite painter and why?
Ooh. Those cars were stylish!


Painters... Has to be the Chuckle Brothers.
 
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Galatea

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Ooh. Those cars were stylish!


Painters... Has to be the Chuckle Brothers.
I must confess, I had to look up the year. I just knew I like the Dusenbergs with the pipes sticking out, lol.

Who the heck are the Chuckle Brothers? And I meant painters as in visual artists.

So, who is your favorite visual artist?
 
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CaptainGoat

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Chuckle Brothers are visual artists. Look them up on YouTube! We used to watch them often on tv.
I forgot a question.... OK...
Do you prefer older methods or new gadgets?
 
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CaptainGoat

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(By visual artists you mean Laurel and Hardy or Charlie Chaplin?)
 

zeroturbulence

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I must confess, I had to look up the year. I just knew I like the Dusenbergs with the pipes sticking out, lol.

Who the heck are the Chuckle Brothers? And I meant painters as in visual artists.

So, who is your favorite visual artist?
When I was younger my favorite was Monet, especially his water lilly paintings..

For the last few years it was Van Gogh because I can really associate with his sort of melancholy, seclusive and sad way of seeing beauty in simple everyday things...

Now I have to say my favorite is Rembrandt. He is a master at portraying emotion and depth in people's faces. The way he uses light in his paintings seems to give it life. He is a master of chiaroscuro (as well as other things).

Detail of a Rembrandt painting ("Old Man In Military Costume"):



Where would u like to take a vacation if you could?
 
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Galatea

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(By visual artists you mean Laurel and Hardy or Charlie Chaplin?)
Charlie Chaplin by a long shot- utter genius. I meant painter as in Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Turner, etc.

OLD ways- except for washing machine and dryer. I don't want to beat my clothes on a rock.

What did you want to be when you were a child?
 
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Galatea

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When I was younger my favorite was Monet, especially his water lilly paintings..

For the last few years it was Van Gogh because I can really associate with his sort of melancholy, seclusive and sad way of seeing beauty in simple everyday things...

Now I have to say my favorite is Rembrandt. He is a master at portraying emotion and depth in people's faces. The way he uses light in his paintings seems to give it life. He is a master of chiaroscuro (as well as other things).



Where would u like to take a vacation if you could?
I'm fond of Van Gogh and Rembrandt, Monet to a lesser extent.

Renoir is my favorite. I love the light in his paintings, and he loved women- I don't just mean their form, but I get a sense he loved women as people. I can not really explain what I mean.

I'd go to to the UK. I am a life long anglophile.

What is the last really good book you read?
 

Isny

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I believe that some scenes cannot be reproduced by us in a painting or even in a photograph...like a sunset, or the excitement in a small child's face when blowing soap bubbles in the air for the first time or perhaps the joy in a child's face after finding her long lost dog. Of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
 
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I'm fond of Van Gogh and Rembrandt, Monet to a lesser extent.

Renoir is my favorite. I love the light in his paintings, and he loved women- I don't just mean their form, but I get a sense he loved women as people. I can not really explain what I mean.

I'd go to to the UK. I am a life long anglophile.

What is the last really good book you read?
Probably "Let the Hurricane Roar" by Rose Wilder Lane. It wasn't REALLY good, but it was good and very enjoyable. It did, however, shamelessly borrow from Laura Ingalls Wilder's works (at that time unpublished).

Have you ever read a book that you loved as a kid, and then reread it as an adult and discovered it wasn't such a much? If so, what book?