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TMI Tuesday: Fill In The Blank

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By Eteogoods (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

1. I am too busy to get half the things done that I want to.

2. Last week I did not do TMI Tuesday because …well, I did do TMI Tuesday last week. I usually only miss if I’m on vacation and don’t have access to a computer.

3. Last week’s TMI Tuesday’s questions were a bit tricky at times.

4. Life’s achievements and hopes depend on dreams.

5. Virgin olive oil.

Bonus: The more you learn, the more you know, the more you know, the more you forget. The more you forget, the less you know. So why bother to learn?

Your thoughts? Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

I don’t think that’s true at all. It’s not like you’re ending up with less knowledge than you start with, and what you’re forgetting is information you haven’t used and is just wasting space in your brain. It’s always best to keep learning and growing.

 

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TMI Tuesday: Choices, Bonds & Significant Others

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By Johntex (Johntex) [GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

1. Are you “in love” with your significant other or are you simply compatible? Scientist claim that being “in love” only last within the first six months of a relationship.
I would say we’re mostly compatible, and also in love, although I think that love has changed over the years.

2. Do you solve problems with your significant other (s.o.) or are you the real and only problem solver? A relationship has a stronger bond when both people in the relationship work toward resolving issues whether it be with kids, finances, management of home, etc.
I am usually the only problem solver, although, depending on what the problem is, we may solve it together.

3. If you live with your s.o. do you both do chores and have equal amount of chores in the household? Research shows resentment mounts in couples who have an imbalance in household chore duties.
Yes, we both do chores…and I would say they’re pretty equal.

4. Is your relationship meaningful to you for companionship or is it personally fulfilling?  Marriage in the U.S.A. has changed over time from being for survival (home, food), to companionate love during most of the 20th Century, to 1960s to present being about personal fulfillment.
Hmmm…I would say it’s more companionship now, and it’s changed over the years.

5. In general do people think of you as a “couple” with your s.o. or do they connect with you individually just as much as a connecting with you as a couple. (Do you feel you’ve lost your individuality since being in a serious romantic relationship?)
It depends. There are some people who only think of us as a couple, and others that connect with each of us individually.

Bonus: You are invited to a large cocktail party at a fancy country club where you know no one. When you arrive, the room where the party is being held is already half full of people–naked people. How do you react when you enter the room?
Well that would be interesting! I would take a look around and see what was going on, and then, if I decided it looked like fun and I wanted to stay and play, I’d get naked and mingle.

 

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TMI Tuesday: Which One?

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By Jaykayfit (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Pick one and explain.

1. Would you rather have a real-life, actually working light saber or Wolverine’s claws?
Hmmm…the claws would be cool, but I think the light saber might be more useful.

2. Would you rather watch all episodes of old time TV show Ultra-man or all episodes of the original Power Rangers?
Oh, definitely Ultra-man. Those are much better than the Power Rangers.

3. Would you rather do 3 minutes of planks or run a half-mile?
Well, they both suck. But the planks wouldn’t be nearly as bad as running.

4. Would your rather bite all your significant other’s toenails or shave your head?
Totally shave my head. Hopefully it was around Halloween, and then I could go dressed as Lieutenant Ilia.

5. Which can you do better, give oral sex or finger/hand-job?
I give a mean hand-job, but I prefer to give oral sex, and I think I’m rather good at it.

6. Do you prefer to be on top or bottom, for missionary style sex?
For missionary? I like to be on the bottom then. But I do like cowgirl a lot.

Bonus: This week’s bonus question courtesy of Nero – “Have you ever masturbated to your own blog?”
No, but I hope some of my readers do.

 

 

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TMI Tuesday: Memory Lane

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By Bert Kaufmann from Roermond, Netherlands (Memory Lane) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Let’s travel down memory lane.

Home:
1. Your current home: House? Apartment? Trailer? Condo? Other?
My current home is a house – ranch style, with a basement.

2. Which is bigger, your childhood home or your current home?
I think my current home is bigger than my childhood home…although my yard is smaller.
3. Which is better childhood home or current home? Why?
I think my current home is better now – I like my home, and I’ve made memories here.

School:
4. What was your favorite subject in school? (consider high school, college, grad school). Why was this your favorite subject?
Hmmm…that’s a tough one. I always loved art class, but I also really liked forensic anthropology and Latin.

Art was awesome because I loved to draw, and paint, and sculpt…and I always thought I wasn’t half bad at it.

Forensic anthropology was just fascinating – I don’t think I ever learned so much in a class. I also had the opportunity to meet a coroner who REALLY loved his job…and had the pictures to prove it.

Latin was fun because we did a lot of competitions and it was easy. If things had been a bit different, I might have even become a Latin teacher.

5. Are you currently working in a field that you studied in college?
Yes, I am. Although it’s not quite what I thought I’d be doing.

Job:
6. Describe your first job.
My first job (not counting babysitting) was in high school at a fast food restaurant at the mall that we affectionately called “Beef & Barf.”  It was fun, mostly, although I had a real lecherous boss. Running the counter was easy, and if I worked the back it was preparing BBQ pork and beef sandwiches, and wrangling with a deep fryer. The worst thing was when we’d pressure cook the pork roasts, and then have to shred them by hand when they were still hot. All that grease was probably good for my hands, but it was really gross.

7. What was your favorite job and why?
I think my favorite job was as a teaching assistant in grad school. I really liked teaching labs and classes, and I often think it’s something I should have pursued.

Bonus: What haven’t we talked about in TMI Tuesday that you would like to discuss?
Hmmm…in the time I’ve been playing this, there’s been way too many topics to remember! Maybe movies, books, or foods.

 

 

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TMI Tuesday: Ask Yourself

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By Steffen Günthel (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

 1. At work, what sets you apart from others?
Hmmm…I would say my ability to talk to people on the phone. I’ve always been told to smile when you’re talking to someone, and that comes across in your voice – and I have a way with talking to upset customers that seems to make them happy.

2. When it comes to sex appeal, what sets you apart from others?
I would say my confidence. I don’t think you can have sex appeal if you’re not confident, and I think the way I carry myself makes my sex appeal shine.

3. What are the big imbalances in your life?
One of the biggest imbalances is probably my work time to my free time. It sometimes seems like I work more than I play.

4. What is it that your family and close friends cannot do that only you can do?
Hmmm….all I can think of right off is that I do everything left-handed, and they can’t do anything left-handed.

5. Are you flexible enough?
I think I could be more flexible, but overall I think I’m flexible enough…both physically and mentally.

Bonus: What was the best news you received in 2016?
I think the best news I received was that I wasn’t in danger of losing my job for at least another year.

 

 

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