What are you up to this week?
What are you up to this week?
- Have you ever had anything weird come out of your body?
- What's the strangest news story you have read recently?
You're flying a 16 hour flight. Let's say you get to pick who you sit next to. Here's 15 possibles. Which 3 would you most be interested in sitting next to for that many hours?
Same situation as above. 16 hour flight, but this time, you can choose who NOT to sit next to. Which celebrity would you absolutely NOT want to be seated next to for a 16 hour flight?
But I want to do something extra for the whole "end of the world" thing, something cute and funny. Like, maybe some fun "end of the world" foods, decorations, etc. Some way to acknowledge it. It's a pretty laid back crowd, and we've known each other for a long time, so I know they'd enjoy it.
But my brain isn't working this morning and I can't think of anything clever...do you guys have any ideas?
How did you feel about their teaching style/them personally?
Still, I felt bad for a few of the students in my political science class. We have a critical book review due at the end of the semester and a few people were asking for an extension because the book was hard for them to understand. The teacher said, "No. It's a college level course and imagine that... a college level book. Who would have guessed you might be expected to read at the grade level you're in?" While I agreed with him, it seemed a bit harsh. On the other hand, most of them are people are in their freshman year and should be aware that procrastinating on a 300 page book isn't a good idea.
What are some things you do on weekday evenings to entertain yourself? (Especially those that involve getting out of the house/apartment.)
My boyfriend and I take an art class together once a week, I ride my horse a few times a week, in general we work out and stuff, but we're looking for something to do this evening.
"She probably cares, if she does care, we still don't know, about a standard and suggests not meeting that standard is grounds for a bit of finger-pointing."
I think what he's saying is that if the girl cares about a certain level of standards then she should be able to judge others for not meeting those standards?
How do you feel about this type of speech/writing?
This situation aside, what do you think about people sending out Christmas lists with specific items on it, with links?
What are your favorite expensive eats?
Have you ever made your own booze?
Have you taking classes to learn something new?
if so, what did you take up and did you like it?
What hobbies do you have other than LJ?
what are your weekend plans?
Why do you think they're so great? Provide examples from the text if you can.
(if your answer is that you are naturally skilled at cooking.. who invited you, anyways?)
my mom asked me to make honey dijon salmon for supper tonight and i feel like the salmon queen because it's yummy and someone actually liked it enough to request it again! more than once!
if you can't cook at all.. what's for supper?
Which three books would you recommend me? (no translated works from other languages)