TMI Tuesday: Celebrate TMI

By Jon Sullivan [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

By Jon Sullivan [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

1. What was the last thing you hid? why?
The last thing I hid was a video game (Call Of Duty: Ghosts to be exact), because it’s a Christmas present, and I haven’t gotten around to wrapping things yet, just hiding them.

2. What was the last lie you told? Why did you tell it?
The last lie I told was about … surprise… a Christmas gift. I was given a Christmas list, and told one of the recipients that I wasn’t going to get them the shirt they’d asked for. It’d already been ordered. I lie a lot about gifts this time of year.

3. What do you listen to when you workout?
It depends on what I’m doing. If I’m walking, I have a mix tape with groups like Genesis, Rolling Stones, Disturbed, Marilyn Manson, 10,000 Maniacs, Talking Heads, Rammstein, and Oingo Boingo to name a few, all arranged by speed and/or incline. If I’m lifting weights, my list is a lot more metal, with the obligatory Disturbed, Marilyn Manson and Rammstein joined by Metallica, Black Sabbath, Eisbrecher, Iron Maiden, and other metal bands.

4. What is your favorite type of exercise?
I love to lift weights. I’m not keen on machines (except the Smith machine), but I do love to lift free weights, and can spend a lot of time in the gym.

5. Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Having kids tried to make me a morning person, but I really am not. I am very much a night owl, and would stay up the entire night if I didn’t have to get kids going in the morning and be at work at 8am!

6. If you have a problem falling to sleep what tips/tricks do you use to induce sleep?
I rarely have trouble falling asleep, unless it’s very quiet – when I was in college, I learned to tune out sound, and so silence is rather distracting. If I just can’t fall asleep, having an orgasm will usually do the trick.

Bonus: In the United States we just finished with Thanksgiving holiday. Tell us your:
1. Best Thanksgiving 2013 memory
2. Worst Thanksgiving 2013 memory
Hmmm…my best memory of Thanksgiving this year was having a wonderful dinner that my partner made and being able to celebrate being together as a family. My worst memory of Thanksgiving this year is that we weren’t able to be with my mother and the rest of the family for various reasons.


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