Saturday, November 24, 2012

Called to the Stand at Bourbon & Pearls

As you know,I don't normally par take in the questions of blog awards, as I have done too many, and for a while, were being frequent, but have made the exceptions when the questions are intriguing, or asked by a beautiful, seductive, temptress like the chic Tabitha, who hails from Scotland, whose blog Bourbon and Pearls is a definite daily treat to behold, some days even better then the best Hendricks, full of swank locales, fabulous fashion of her own, and her entertaining writing style. I'm so glad to have met her in the blogosphere. I just dare you to check her out on my side bar. She may have you in for cocktails. So lets get to her questions for me, and I'll grab my gin......

1. Which famous person looks most like you/would play you in a movie?


Neil Patrick Harris. For a couple years now friends and co-workers have told me I remind them of the actor. In looks, style, humor, and my mannerisms. At first I didn't see this, but I can now as we both have gotten older. And I'm alright with that, because he is sexy.

2.What's the most played song on your I-Pod?

It's a damn tie, who knew. Right now it's between Christina Aguilera's Not Myself Tonight.........

..... and Henry Mancini's, Loose Caboose. from the party scene in Breakfast at Tiffany's


I have a very diverse I pod.

3. If you were a victim of a witch's spell which animal would you most like to be? (cats and dogs are verboten)

A peacock! My only hope is that the said witch would let me hold on to some drag roots. and let me enjoy my feathers and plumes. A bird may not have a good life, but at least I'd look regal and would hope the Great Hera would take me as her pet.

4 If you could strike out one word from the English language what would it be?


Once it had to do with awe. Now it just means "great" and gorssly over used. How did "awesome" conquer the world? "Awesome” has been with my generation in America so long that it now has a whiff of retro. Of all the under used words we could use for a adjective, how lazy to always use this word. I despise it.

5. What did you want to be when you were 10 years old?

At ten, and fours years after. I wanted to be a detective or sleuth. I had always enjoyed the Agatha Christie movies and enjoyed a good "Who Done It",plus all the cool tools they used. Except my suits would be more suave, like 007!


6. If you had to convert to another religion which one would you choose and why?

hmmmmmm, well you know, I not sure. But it certainly wouldn't be a Scientologist, because Tom Cruise would make me become a Atheist real quick! Maybe something like Buddhism, to promote some calm around here!

7. Why are we here?

Well, I assume, we have some higher force that has a sense of humor watching the predicaments we get ourselves in.

8. Muffin or pretzel?

Oh baby, I'll take a muffin any day over a pretzel. Never been a pretzel person.


9. If you had to live in London during the Great Plague or Paris during the Terror which would you choose and why?

Well, since I consider myself a lover and not a fighter, I would have to say the Great Plague. Hopefully with advanced warning I could vacate the city and go into hiding with provisions and wait out the dreaded Plague. Although it would be awful lonely.

10. What are you getting me, Tabitha that is, for Christmas?

Well Tabs is a special friend, so she deserves a special gift...like a month long visit from her God Dog Buster Bolfig Borghese.......
 
 
....hand delivered by the handsome David Gandy of course!


Now if any of you would like the answer all or any of these questions, I'd love to hear some of your replies! As some of you are mighty entertaining. Now I hope this means the world won't end.

36 comments:

  1. know what would be awesome?

    if i never heard the word again.

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    1. well Norma, loss the ear drum and you won't. I hate the word.

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  2. I'd say that you would make an awesome peacock but now I'm conflicted about my choice of language.

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  3. I love the word awesome, it is, awesome.

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  4. If you handing out gifts like Buster and David Gandy can I get on your Christmas list? Love your answers.

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  5. I love when bloggers do these, you learn alot about them. LOVE LOOSE CABOOSE!

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  6. After meeting you I totally see the Neil Patrick Harris thing! Isn't anything wrong with that. And would you believ I wanted to be a doctor at 10?

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    1. doesn't shock me since your always playing doctor.

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    2. Ah, well, I am in need of a examine. I could be a guinea pig.

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  7. 4 If you could strike out one word from the English language what would it be? Like. These kids like can only like use the word like, like 16 times, in like one sentence? I love your answers too.

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  8. This is awesome. Oh, wait. You don't like that word! I can't help it. We use it all the time here in SoCal, home of Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

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  9. Love your anwser to the religon. I think you'd make a great private dick, why didnt you follow up with that? Oh you did.

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  10. I have told you , you rrming me of Neil Patrick! He has the same great style. And a peacock suits you just fine.

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  11. Thanks to Tabitha we have now learned more about you. I would love your I -Pod i think. I have alot of classical,opera and jazz, mixed with dance. I'm with you on the muffin. The question about what word to remove would take some thinking. So many to strike and so many under used words.

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  12. If you remind some of Neil, gay or not Im scoping you up! He's some adorable! Luv your answers. I used to be Catholic, but switched to Buddhism and haven't looked back since. Nice post

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  13. Very nice! I have been told Jessica Lange would play me. I don't know if that is a compliment or not these days. She is looking old. Agree on the like word someone mentioned, and the awesome words too. Its like living in Valley of the Dolls

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  14. Ha, half my Ipod is made up of Christina. Have you heard her new material yet? I see the Neil angle from pass post, you have great style!

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    1. I haven't heard it yet, but I am hearing good things.

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  15. your evil. putting Buster and David in the same post, I want both. And a Pea cock! I am shocked. Great replies enjoyed seeing.

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  16. I remember one of those rare photos of you and I though you reminded me of Robert Buckley. I have been told I resemble Katie Holmes so I grew the hair long. And give me a pretzel with sweet mustard anytime.

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    1. Robert Buckley? You too kind , but have you had a eye check lately?

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  17. Great questions Tabitha came up with! It is always giving us just a little more peek to your life, it's all very intresting I think. Im with Cali Boi on the Neil thing too! And so mischievous like his charcther on his show!

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  18. Loved your answers! Hey if I were gay or bi, I would so swing for Neil Patrick, he is quite handsome. I have been told if I were an animal, I'd be a parie dog, because I'm small and very hyper

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  19. One more piece of horse-shit that starts in So-Cal and becomes sickening. People using the word "SO" in front of every sentence. " So, like the other day"... Even folks here are starting to notice. SO SO SO SO SO SO SO Bothersome!! This one has almost driven me to homicide, genocide, terrorism, and suicide all in one minute. But I love the rest of the post darling, can Tabitha send over David Gandy when she is done?

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    1. Where is Tabitha? I would like to ask for David first, if she ever has the need to send him away. Loved her questions and your replies, very entertaining.

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  20. I couldn't help but giggle at your reference to Scientology I totally agree with you on that one.

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  21. I enjoyed this! 1- I've been told when in drag i resemble Mimi Imfurst. 2- top song,Gangsam Style* hangs head in shame* 3- A horse I believe. and 4- The overuse of the word, "really" is (really) out of control. It's now used as an expression of exasperation or frustration--readily approaching the ubiquity of the word, "like". And I almost missed Buster!!!!!

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    1. I hear you on the Like thing. I was on the train to Philly once. and a girl behind me was talking on her cell, and every other word was "like". She used it 34 times in a two minute phone call.

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  22. My favorite question? 4. Mine is not a word, but phrase and that is,Think Outside the Box. OK, time to put this business cliche back in the box now. This buzzword was used to death by business execs who thought it sounded good. It promotes creative thinking, yet it has been repeated so much that it's become musty, flat, and uninspiring

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  23. These answers are perfect! So you!! xoxoxoxoxxo

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  24. what happened to her blog?

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