Fives!

Why yes, I do still yell "FIVES!" when I leave the room so no one will take my seat. But that's not the Fives we're talking about today. Miss Marsha of Marsha's Musings invited me to play a game of Fives! The rules are: Give five different answers to five different questions (for a total of 25 answers), and then tag five people you want to see do the same. Pretty basic I'd say.

I admit I answered most of these yesterday while I was hyped up on coffee after doing the Claymore review, but I wanted to space out my posts a little... so sue me ^_^

Question 1: Where were you five years ago?
1. Still a teenager.
2. Writing emo poetry in Mr. Leary's sophomore English class.
3. Getting killed in a mosh pit at my first Vans Warped Tour.
4. Attending youth group religiously (by that I mean both that I went without fail and that I was really into being a Christian).
5. Trying to be a rock star (that didn't turn out so well, but I still have the guitar... It's never too late, right? Just don't hand me the mic.)

Question 2: Where would you like to be five years from now?
1. Not in school.
2. Not in New England.
3. Done with my current novel, Before the Empty Moon.
4. In a happy relationship (but probably not married yet; I don't see myself meeting anyone in the foreseeable future and I don't want to marry someone I've only known for a year or two).
5. Debt free and independent (thaaaaat's a long shot).

Question 3: What is (was) on your to-do list today? (What, I only get five slots? Well, it's for the best I suppose; no one really wants to know how many things were ACTUALLY on this list today. And no one really wants to know how many of them didn't happen.)
1. Interview about eight different people for an article on our school's production of Godspell.
2. Claymore drink of the week!
3. Go to chapel. (How am I still fourteen chapel credits short of the 30 I need this semester?? I thought going once a week was pretty consistent but apparently not.)
4. Mail application for financial aid to my old church. Try to convince them I'm still Christian enough to deserve their money.
5. Write scene 3 (or 4, depending on how you count) of my one-act play for playwriting class.

Question 4: What five snacks do you enjoy?
1. Pretzels and hummus
2. Onion rings
3. Cereals with naners (or just one or the other)
4. Anything you can put Nutella on, such as graham crackers and strawberries.
5. Yogurt (preferably frozen)

Question 5: What five things would you do if you were a billionaire?
1. Pay Go-Co the bajillion and a half dollars I will owe them when I graduate.
2. Book tickets on the next plane flying around the world. Or heck, buy my own plane so I don't have to deal with all those sniveling swine flu factories that fly public airlines.
3. Move to the jungle, where I will study endangered frogs, monkeys and mosses and write epic fantasy novels while sitting in tree houses.
4. Put my sister through college so my parents can retire/work at their leisure.
5. I guess I should use number five to do something nice for people, so I'd probably put it towards ending human trafficking and sex slavery.

And now, I choose you, Pikach-- I mean, Ravin! The Bathrobe Guy! Mr. C! Isaac! and, yes, my journalism professor!

I'm not sure all these people will want to play, but I'm dying to know their answers. Jo, I know you probably won't post it on your blog, but you should still play in my comments section ^_^

Peace, love, and randomosity,
Miss Rex

4 comments:

Marsha Sigman said...

hahhahhah I love these answers! Except the one where you were still a teenager 5 years ago. That one is just depressing...to me anyway.

I wish I had said onion rings!!!! I lived on them for over a month when I was 16. I don't recommend that.
Awesome Post!!!

Samson said...

I'm glad you reminded me to stop by! I'm ashamed to admit it sometimes but I like this kind of stuff, both reading others responses and responding.

#1. 5 years ago I was 24 and I had the first year where I made A LOT of money! In 5 years I'd like to not have to work as much :P

Maybe I'd like to be married to, but first like you I have to find someone!

#3. (I really thought your "trying to convince them i'm still christian enough" was hilarious). Today is over, so I'll tell you what's on the to-do list for tomorrow; it's basically spending a lot of money on marketing nonsense.

#4. Snacks I enjoy are fritos, mint double stuff oreos, frozen go-gurts, pineapple & kiwi, orange sherbet.

#5. A billion would be really nice. I've heard that you can't really spend through a billion! I'd love to try though. I'd probably do a lot of charity stuff too; animal rescue and child cancer hospitals especially.


by the way, I'll disclose my method for making ghost photos when I get around to it.

Thanks for tagging me Miss Rex!

Samson said...

hah sorry I commented from a different email, it's me Mr C!

Samson said...

I am a total comment hog right now, but sorry I meant to put "married too" not "married to."

 
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