Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Tagged and bagged.

Got tagged for a meme by Lin over at the Ranch/creek/gas well. After reading her post and checking it out, the idea intrigued me, so here goes. The objective is to answer these fourteen questions with pictures. No words, just pictures. See, pretty cool eh? Here goes...

First off, I gotta say this reminds me of that scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. You know. Dig it...

1. What is your current relationship status?

2. What is your current mood?

3. What is your favorite band/singer?

4. What is your favorite movie?

5. What kind of pets do you have?

6. Where do you live?

7. Where do you work?

8. Who do you look like?

9. What do you drive?

10. What did you do on Saturday?

11. What did you do on Sunday?

12. What is your favourite network TV Show?

13. Describe Yourself.

14. What is your favorite candy?

There you go. Try your hand. Consider yourself tagged... Or not. It's up to you.


J said...

You never do meme's! I considered myself tagged and did it, too.

Quick question, what online courses do you teach this summer? I was considering taking Texas History. I don't really know what to take, though. Let me know!

~Fathairybastard~ said...

I'm usually on the schedule, Government classes. Thanks for comin' by, and you're welcome to sign up.

Jerry said...

I'd love to do the Meme but Typepad likes to put pictures where IT wants to. Maybe I'll get to it in the future.

You DO look like Orson Welles. Rosebud!

Mushy said...

I don't do memes, but I'll think about it on a slow day.

Mushy said...

Besides...I think Lin tagged me first!

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Jerry and Mushy - Yea, I usually don't do these ether, but this one was one that intriged me. That's why I didn't really tag anyone, so don't feel pressured. It's amazing how hard it is to find the right pictures with no words on the web when you need to.

And after doing most of it, uploading the pictures at work on IE, I had to go home and redo most of the spacing on my own PC in Firefox. Friggin' IE always messes up the spacing. Not sure why that is. Also, you have to drag and drop the pictures to move them around on IE, while Firefox lets you cut and paste. AND do a spell check. MUCH more civilized.

BRUNO said...

Number 13 made me snort!

No wonder you still "feel the need" for privacy, and woods!

Don't EVER change! I know I won't---I LOVE bein' an "unknown-recluse"!

Now if I can just keep scarin' enough "normal-people" away from my neck of the woods.......!