||[Sep. 6th, 2007|12:00 am]
The Question Club
In light of the first couple questions here --|
I've heard that new houses with two master suites are becoming more common, especially when couples have differing work schedules, "sleeping incompatibilities" [snoring, jostliness?], etc. We all like having our own space, but that sounds kind of roommate-y to me.
1. If given the opportunity, would you and your SO buy a place with this setup, or do you prefer the intimacy of sharing bedroom space?
2. What is the ideal size bed for two [sleeping] adults to share?
3a. Are there some things you ONLY like as real fruit, but hate as artificial flavors? Which?
3b. Reverse: are there fruits that you dislike, but you're fine with candies, yogurts, etc. flavored like those fruits? Which?
Lately my boyfriend has been, unfortunately, saying "where we're at" a lot. Consequently, I've been helpfully suggesting death via a number of household items, as that phrase makes my skin crawl with its wrongness. "Where it's at," I can get sorta behind; Beck had two turntables. A microphone. Still wrong, and I don't SAY it [much], but at least it's not "where we are...at." C excuses this by insisting it's used at his workplace -- ex. "Well, that's not where we're at. Where we ARE at is..." -- at which point I crankily inform him that all his coworkers sound like idiots.
4. What's the one phrase that's made it into the vernacular in the last 5-10 years [barring Internet-speak] that makes you want to kill yourself or the person speaking?
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