||[Jan. 28th, 2008|12:34 pm]
The Question Club
1. Do you say Interac or debit? Does it matter if you're referring to the card itself or how you are paying? Do you call it something else?|
edit: After a quick Google, I just found out Interac is primarily Canadian. So, if you don't know what it is, I guess you say "debit."
2. Someone askes you for ID, and instead of saying "May I see your ID, please?" They say, "May I see your drivers' license, please?" Do you get all screwed up about it and wonder why they said drivers' license and not ID? If you don't drive, do you just say something like, "I don't have a drivers' license but I have my (insert proper ID here)." Or would you just not care at all?
3. Tonight I am making tacos for dinner. Well, not really, but the Old El Paso taco dinner kit. I have cheese, green peppers, lettuce, tomato, salsa, sour cream and hamburger. Am I forgetting anything to dress the taco with? Do you prefer hard or soft shell tacos?
4. During nice weather, do you often camp, hike, dirt bike or quad in rural areas? Does camping count if it is in a campground with amenities?