Thursday, 30 April 2009

Me me and a little more me

I have not done one of these Q&A for a long time and as I sat bored senseless today whilst a major virus swept the school, I did this one via Belgian Waffle
1. Are you a male or female: I can swing both ways

 2. Describe yourself: angry, arrogant, opinionated, decisive, day dreamer, impulsive, irritable, all wrapped inside a cloak of patience

 3. How do you feel about yourself: old, frizzy haired and subject to the very worse that gravity has yo offer..

 4. Describe your parents: Father, erudite, highly intelligent yet utterly stupid. Mother, acid tongued spitfire, but remarkably fair and generous in her twilight years..

5. Describe your ex boyfriend/girlfriends: far, far, too many of the former, monogamy does not sit well with me, (I hang my head in shame) absolutely none of the latter. The duplicitousness of the female species has left me so utterly speechless I have given up.* 

6. Describe your current boy situation: 17 stone body builder, ex bouncer, ex teacher, ex trainer, ex installation engineer and probably ex project manager the way he is currently behaving. Basically the missing link is alive and living with me.

 7. Describe your current location: I am sat at my computer at work, putting off a pile of marking. In front of me 15 girls are reluctantly finishing of their art work before they leave for study leave.

 8. Describe where you want to be: Chelsea Flower show, V&A, Damascus, any where on the British coast.

 9. Your best friend is: my sister

10. Your favourite colour is: INDIGO

11. You know that: The grass is not greener on the other side, just more interesting.

12. If your life was a television show what would it be called: life inside a straight jacket.

13. What is life to you: an endlessly unsolvable puzzle, with not enough hours in the day to even try.

14. What is the best advice you have to give: Walk, just keep walking.

Well obviously this excludes all those beautiful cyber girls,.Of course if any of you ever met me you would probably understand why I am friendless!

Hopefully some more of you will have a go at this, I just love these things they remind me of those multi choice questionnaires you used to get in old Cosmos, only I soon sussed that you could rig the answers to get the best profile.


materfamilias said...

This was fun! I'm looking forward to discovering just how cranky and ornery you are! So far, you've only intrigued, not scared me off.
Is the Chelsea Flower Show really that wonderful? We'll be in London the 28th and I'd thought about trying to get to it, but I'm assuming tickets are hard to come by and there's some train travel, etc., so I've shelved the idea. What do you think?

La Belette Rouge said...

Your description of yourself doesn't frighten me. I can't wait to meet you and I consider you a smart, talented, and honest( all the things I like in a friend).
p.s. I went to the Getty yesterday and there were three great photographic shows: In Focus: The Portrait;Jo Ann Callis: Woman Twirling; Paul Outerbridge: Command Performance. The Outerbridge work was wonderful and I am absolutely in love with Jo Ann Callis' work. Brilliant.

indigo16 said...

Oh, I have been going to the flower show for well over 10 years I only missed one because I was nursing Leyla., Thats how much I love it. It is awesome, the gardens are amazing and the whole 'middle England' atmosphere is a joy. Plebs like us can go Thursday and Friday and best of all you can go for different lengths of time I always go after 3.30pm but 5.30pm is good too. Glad I did not put you off having a pint or two!
Belette I would have loved to see the Outerbridge, London really needs a Getty not that I'm greedy!