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THE INTERVIEW. Answer the Last Question and Ask Yours.

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Siaji, Aug 2, 2008.

  1. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    I loved Dinnerlaides and also the Vicar of Dibley.

    Which comedian fails to raise a smile?
  2. asnac

    asnac Established commenter

    In the days when I had a TV I would switch off Reginald D Hunter.

    Jools Holland and fireworks, or early to bed on Saturday?
  3. ShowerGel

    ShowerGel Lead commenter

    I can't stand that Jules Holland Hogmany (G od knows how you spell it) stuff. I may be asleep. I'll be celebrating on Jan1st. Love that day! Even got married on it, although am no longer living in wedded bliss:(
    Hooray for January 1st when IT'S ALL OVER:)

    Same question
  4. asnac

    asnac Established commenter

    A memorable New Year's Eve for me, in my own former wedded bliss(?), was driving to London and climbing Primrose Hill to see the Embankment fireworks from afar. There was a great buzz in the crowd, lots of good natured merriment. I'd like to do that again some time but not this year. I shall probably go to a neighbour's for a drink but likewise would prefer it all to be over.

    What's the temperature outside?
  5. freckle06

    freckle06 Lead commenter

    About 4 degrees C. Was foggy this morning, could hear the foghorn as I lay in bed. The curse of double glazing is you can't hear it always and it's a surprise when you open the curtains. My SIL has lived inland for the best part of twenty years and still misses it.

    Same question...
  6. asnac

    asnac Established commenter

    A mere 3 here. The thawing fog is starting to drip off the trees.

    Do you put out food for the birds in winter?
  7. ShowerGel

    ShowerGel Lead commenter

    No but my neighbours each side do so there's always birds everywhere which is fab.
    I love this fog everywhere.

    How many drinks of what and when do you have most days? Choose a day in the school hols.
  8. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    I have around 8 mugs of tea with maybe one coffee thrown.

    How do you celebrate birthdays in your family?
  9. ShowerGel

    ShowerGel Lead commenter

    Depends who it is. I desperately try not to celebrate mine until one minute after midnight when it's done with for another 364 days. Phewwwwww.

    How are you feeling now it's all over with at long last?
  10. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    I always breathe a little sigh of relief once Christmas/New year is over.I don't dislike the festivities, but a part of me is glad to see the back of it.

    Have you made any New year resolutions?
  11. ShowerGel

    ShowerGel Lead commenter

    No. I just love January.

    Same question
  12. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    I have resolved to moisturise my feet/legs after my daily shower.

    What are you having for tea tonight? If money/calories/cooking skills etc were no object, would you still eat the same meal or summat different?
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  13. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    Chicken and Asparagus stirfry if I get home early enough to make it. Reheated pasta sauce if I don't.

    Why do you post?
  14. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    Dunno. Summat to do while Mr Lardy watches Star Trek and other rubbish.

    What is your blood type?
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  15. NewToTeachingOldToMaths

    NewToTeachingOldToMaths Lead commenter


    Rhesus positive of rhesus negative ... can't quite remember which.

    How many of your ancestors can you name? (478 here, excluding all the ones who I have only tentatively identified ... )
  16. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    My parents and grandparents, and that's about it!

    What genre of fiction do you read most often?
  17. ShowerGel

    ShowerGel Lead commenter

    I don't really know what genre they are. Would they be called 'wishy, washy, soppy kind of full of meaningless/meaningful very Gelly thought provoking family type of stuff where they fall out all the time' genre?
    Or 'phycho drama family sagas where husband murders the wife and buries her in a tomb in the back garden then marries another woman who ends up in an asylum where she rapes the male warder and gets pregnant and gives birth to a bloke who goes on to become Prime Minister' genre.

    Same question
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  18. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    British crime fiction, but nothing too graphic or upsetting.

    What was your childhood ambition?
  19. NewToTeachingOldToMaths

    NewToTeachingOldToMaths Lead commenter

    To build a sea-resistant sand castle.

    What was yours?
  20. lardylady

    lardylady Star commenter

    To marry Donny Osmond.

    What are your plans for your retirement?

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