Tuesday, August 07, 2007

A Meme

Rene tagged me for this meme. I have to be honest. I'm feeling rather cynical this afternoon since I'm facing all the doctor's bills and unpaid mortgage bills and getting the runaround from way too many people. So! Without further ado, here ya go.

Four things that should go into Room 101 and be removed from the face of the earth:

1. Staph bacteria (to read why, well, just go read my blog posts from the past two months)
2. Outrageous medical bills.
3. Phone calls from people wanting money and telling me I should ask my relatives to pony up.
4. Humidity

3 things people do that make you want to shake them violently:
1. Drive while talking on their cell phone
2. Ignore the rules
3. Judge others

Two things you find yourself moaning about:

1. My weight
2. Finances

One thing the above answers tell you about yourself:

I've had a very, very long summer and need a vacation to Italy.

Rules:
Link to the original meme at freelancecynic.com so people know what it’s all about!Be as honest as possible, This is about letting people get to know the real you!Try not to insult anyone - unless they really deserve it or are very, very ugly!Post these rules at the end of every meme!

6 comments:

  1. I figured you'd have plenty of fodder for this meme after your horrendous summer.

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  2. You have had a rotten time. You need a lottery win. Hugs.

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  3. I think a vacation to anywhere would be great. A vacation to Italy would be fantastic.

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  4. Somehow I think a vacation to Italy may not be good for your weight or your finances - all the more reason to go!!

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  5. Argh! Car cell phone talkers drive me absolutely mad! I keep wanting to ram their cars.

    And I think you have definitely earned an all expense paid trip to Italy this year.

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  6. If you are going to Italy I am going too.
    Hell just come on over to my deck!

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