200thpostentennial!

Hi everyone, and welcome to the official celebration of my (perhaps overly-prolific) blogging record. In honor of 200 posts, tonight will be devoted to a Q&A-a-thon in which I spill my deepest, darkest secrets about everything from the color green to dating standards. Thanks to all my friends who commented with their questions. To those of you who missed the boat, leave one and I'll be sure to update with new answers! Also, if you all haven't read each other's blogs, you're missing out! Take a minute to stop by and say hi to each other.

K a b l o o e y asked:
Is the green hair support a theoretical thing, or are there photos we can see? Did you have troll green hair with a dairy Queen swirl on top?

It's both! I don't think people should be judged, stereotyped, or categorized because of their hair color any more than they should be for their skin color.... But I DID have turquoise tips at one point!

turquoise hair dye... totally emo

Wicked emo, I know. Lolz

Rook No. 17 asked:
What's your favorite [cereal]? Are you lured by the promise of chocolate milk at the bottom of your bowl with the Count? Charmed by Frankie's preppie pink sweetness? Empowered with a Pac-man like rush of eating the blue ghosts in Booberry?

Tough choice. Although I try to be a health nut on occasion, I must confess I love Cinnamon Toast Crunch. I know it sounds gross but the cinnamony milk at the end makes me uber-happy. I love Trix, too, but I never know if I'm still allowed to eat them since "Trix are for kids" and I'm not quite one of them anymore. =(

One Sassy Girl asked:
You're about ten years, give or take, younger than me. So tell me, what do women of your age group think about chivalry? Do you prefer for a man to pay? Do you care if he holds a door for you? Do you like for him to lead you through a room, his hand on the small of your back? Or am I an "old" romantic sap?

There's a loaded question! Wow. Off-hand I have to say that the problem isn’t girls thinking chivalry is antiquated; it’s boys thinking chivalry is antiquated. There’s not one girl I know who wouldn’t love to be treated like a princess, but nobody trains the guys to behave like that so we generally have to settle.

If they had a store called Build-a-Boy, mine would do all of those things and more. He'd do all the things they sing about in songs that nobody ever really does, like dancing when there isn't any music and pointing out Our star while we lay on the beach with our fingers entwined....

Oh God. I'll stop there. I can't call you a sap because I'm clearly just as bad, or worse!

Anyway, I can't complain about the boy I've got now =)

Mr. Condescending asked:
Have you stopped using a Walkman yet?

No! Haha. Mine has been dropped so many times that the top pops open sideways and the battery case won't stay shut, but I still use it! Old skool represent~

emily asked:
What is this Excavations of Claymore?

I explain it all in this post. In a nutshell, I do not drink coffee. I do not like it (Sam I am). I can't tell you the difference between a mocha and a latte. I dunno what the hell Irish creme is but it's definitely not a rich alternative to regular creme.

For the sake of all our entertainment, I am going to become a coffee connoisseur this semester. I have made it my personal goal to try every drink advertised in Claymore (the on-campus cafe) and blog about it afterward.

Beth Dunn asked:
What kind of green tea do you like?

There are different kinds?! Haha. I'm not really a brand person, if that's what you mean. I prefer it to other kinds of tea because of the taste and because it has less caffeine (we've already discussed how much I don't need caffeine... see aforementioned Claymore post). I always take it with honey, and sometimes a little milk if it's too hot - but not enough to screw up the flavor!

Thanks everyone! It was fun! And on to another one hundred....

6 comments:

Andhari said...

Congrats on 200 posts :)

And seriously, I'm a big fun of cinammon toast crunch as well :)

S.E. Sward said...

Congrats on 200 posts.

I used to have sorta purplish cherry colored hair when I was your age, give or take a year. *sigh* Good times, good times. Too old for that now, I'm afraid. But it's tempting ... very tempting.

I hope you will be successful in developing a taste for coffee, one of the world's finest beverages. EVER. If they made a perfume that smelled like freshly brewed coffee, that would be my signature scent.

Carissajaded said...

congrats on your 200 posts! i just hit 100 and thought it was pretty monumental :) Just came across your site and lovin it! Ill be back!

♥ Teresa ♥ said...

Congratulations on 200 posts! That is awesome!

I wanted to say thanks so much for always dropping by and giving some wonderful words of encouragement, especially during my recent illness. I am still really, really weak but I'm gaining strength each and every day. I will be posting about my illness and hospital stay as soon as I'm a little stronger.

I hope the rest of your week is amazing.

Blessings,

Teresa <><

http://toomanyheartbeats.blogspot.com

emily said...

first, congratulations on the 200 mark. second, thank you for featuring my question in the post. i feel so special. although, i feel a little ridiculous though because your explanation post was just from a few weeks ago. in my defense i started with your current posts and then went to your oldest posts in an attempt to catch up. clearly i haven't gotten to the middle ones yet. but, i'm enjoying everything i read so far!

Pepper said...

Congratulations on hitting the 200 mark, and this post was a great read :)

 
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