Share Your World – Week 36

Since WordPress apparently likes to mess up my blog with annoying ads, I thought I’d at least add one of my own…

It’s time for me to put on my smartass pants and make a mockery out of one of the most respected traditions on WordPress.  Yep, I’m going to share my world with you once again… and hopefully this time you won’t catch any of my cooties.  Melanie’s got the questions, and I have the answers which are not intended for children under 69 not under a doctor’s supervision.  Time for a logo drop!

It’s like that snow globe from St. Elsewhere….

What’s the first thing you’d do if you won the lottery or came into a huge fortune?

Get it all in singles and stuff it under my mattress!

I should probably clear out all the dead bodies under there first…

Which decade do you think had the best sense of style?

Definitely the 80’s.

As in, the 65,000,080’s B.C.  The very height of fashion…

Look Mona! Snow leopard print attire!

Would you rather be half your height or double your weight?

Let me think about that.  Three feet tall…

Up for a hot game of dwarf tossing, midget?

…or 500 pounds?

I can share a lot more than just my world, babes!

Can I pick neither, please?

If you wanted to get away from everyone totally, where would you hide?

Right here.  With the door closed, nobody can see or hear me…. even the cats.

That’s what you think!

What do you do that you love?

Breathing.  I love breathing, because when I don’t breathe, I tend to pass out.  I’m not sure I’d be able to live if I couldn’t breathe…

Breathing is so cool!  Especially after eating something spicy…

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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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17 Responses to Share Your World – Week 36

  1. And the award for the most hilarious goes to Evil Squirrel and his pungent (well spicy food…you started it) Share Your World post! *insert sounds of one hand clapping, and lots of purple and green haze, courtesy of the dude with the ‘good stuff’. Yay!! I’ll tune in next week for another episode of course! (and snow globe? BWAHAHAHHAHHA!!!) I loved the leopard print and matching outfits too. Haute (heh heh..those skins wouldn’t keep a gnat warm) couture from the Stone Age (and tell that dude with the ‘good stuff’ it’s not that kind of “stoned” 😉

    • YAY, I won an award! I can’t wait to place it on the shelf for everyone to admire. Mitzi wants to know if the award’s kind of cylindrical in shape, because…… er, nevermind, she can make anything “work.” She’d love to rock that snow leopard print, though the only available material around here is possum polyester which doesn’t look good on ANYONE, not even the possums.

  2. I like the idea with the wonga under my mattress…I will do the same if I ever win something…. and I like the 80’s … between all the weird things there were good things too… aquanet and big fat shoulders LOL

  3. Breathing, that’s a good one, we take it for granted but breathing is something I live to do as well, lol……especially the “good stuff!” 😎

  4. Breathing is important – heavy breathing is fun – and no breathing is dead as a doornail. That stone age couple aren’t quite dressed appropriately…..they didn’t have push up bras back then so she’s disqualified and the guy has a tattoo (although maybe they were drawing on bodies AND cave walls too????).

    Pam

    • They had cars and phones and timeclocks in Bedrock, so why not push up bras and tattoos in the skanky part of the Stone Age? While some cavemen were using rocks to invent the wheel, Mitzi was chiseling them into…. um…. make something that makes her world go round!

  5. Photofinland says:

    That breathing, yes, we all should live it most for some reason. 80′ was great, as easymom said the shoulders then.

  6. Gotta love the Neanderthals from the 80’s.

  7. draliman says:

    Hey, where’d you get that photo of me and my bird in our New Year’s Eve costumes? Yes, I am totally ripped, thank you.

  8. Trisha says:

    I laughed so hard at the photo of Snuggle Bear peeking through the blinds right after you said no one could see or hear you. He’s such a creep!

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