Apr 19, 2010

Monday Minute - Poppin' The Cherry

Monday Minute


Today I am going to play along with "Monday Minute" from Ian's blog The Daily Dose of Reality.  Wanna play too, go steal his button and link up!

1 - Ever take a shit in the woods?

Why yes, I have.  Important thing to remember...find soft leaves (and make sure you can identify poison ivy and poison oak).  It also helps if your excuse is camping without any other place to go.

2 - If you won $1,000, what's the first thing you would do with it besides give me a cut?

I would put it towards hiring a contractor to finish our bathroom remodel.  We have been so busy lately it has seen very little progress.

3 - What's your favorite phrase?

If I told you every time you annoy me, I would be bitching all day!  (I blame that one on PMS)

4 - Fill in the blank - the world would be a better place if ______ left the planet.

Abusers

5 - How do you take your coffee or tea?
 
This should be phrased, How do you take your creamer...with a bit of coffee.

9 comments:

Laffylady said...

Haaa. definitely soft leaves...Lol....Oh the memories of those crunchy leaves..getting caught ...

Erin said...

I have never pooped in the woods. I'm not a camping girl. I like my indoor plumbing, TYVM! LOL

Salt said...

"make sure you can identify poison ivy and poison oak"

Seriously. This is such an important life lesson that everyone should know. Whether you're pooping in the woods or not!

JennyMac said...

I just found chocolate creamer..I use it in this awesome chocolate green tea. Since you like creamer, maybe the yum flavors are already in your fridge. LOL.

My Mercurial Nature said...

LOL! Gotta love a yummy creamer (with a bit of coffee). I love your fav phrase, it's a great one!

Mommy Lisa said...

Nice to meet you! This is my first Monday Minute too!!!

RN Mama said...

Haha, totally agree with #5!

Oh, and I'm really glad I'm not the only girl who has shit in the woods!

Jana said...

I really like your last answer...very tongue in cheek!

Miss Fit said...

I lived in AK. Every where was woods.