Rule of Three

Name three things (via Rory) –

That you cannot under any circumstances live without ?

– Hot shower, hot tea, internet connection

That you write about every week?

– How I don’t miss Facebook, how I don’t miss dating, how it’s so great I’ve moved on from things I’ve given up and don’t discuss them endlessly and forever like a boring person πŸ™„

That you wouldn’t recommend doing whilst holding one foot in the air?

– Meeting Queen Elizabeth, reciting your wedding vows, tickling a grouchy tiger

That you say to people every day?

– Just coffee, thanks, goodnight

To do with your street?

– Ugly, noisy, busy

That you can eat with brown sauce?

– Don’t know, what this, is

You like about your favourite bloggers?

– Funny, smart, creative

That you don’t eat every week?

– Frogs’ legs, chocolate covered ants, prairie oysters

That you wished you could eat every day?

– Guacamole from Avila’s, Cathy’s chocolate chip cookies, mangoes

About your favourite pair of shoes that you like?

– Comfy, black, moccasins

That annoyingly always arrive in three?

– Unexpected expenses, work stresses, social dramas

About books you really don’t like?

– Twin mixups, getting back with exes, main characters who must return to a small town to confront their demons…

18 responses to “Rule of Three

  1. Brown sauce = gravy based on (browned) wheat flour. White sauce = bΓ©chamel. Weirdly, I know this thanks to home ec in Norway, because that’s what they’re called in Norwegian: Brun saus, hvit saus.

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  2. Excellent Paula, Brown sauce over here is usuall HP’s Brown Sauce, although there was a Daddies Brown Sauce at one time The brown version to Ketchup.

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  3. Reblogged this on A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip! and commented:
    That you don’t eat every week?

    – Frogs’ legs, chocolate covered ants, prairie oysters

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  4. I love this. I only read one book with twin mixups, when I was a kid, and it’s still one of my favorites. It’s “Stranger With My Face” by Lois Duncan. I guess, since this made your list, though, twin mix-ups is quite popular? Pass some chocolate chip cookies…. Thanks. πŸ™‚

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  5. The question, name three things that you write about every week, is very sneaky and profound. I thought of what my answer would be, and it is definitely very telling–not only of what is on my mind, but what goes unresolved.

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