TFF – Season 2 – Game 3

** “Age is just a number…” – Okay – do you believe this and if so, what number is it and more importantly what number are you? I think that answer has changed over the past decade or two. Older people were the ones who were supposed to be wiser and you learned from age. Now with so much technology I don’t think age matters as much as staying on top of things. You can interact with just about anyone and you don’t ever have to reveal your identity. There have been times that I am blogging, reading blogs, etc. and I go to a blog that I am a regular at. All of a sudden they have posted a picture of themselves. Oh my! That is not what I pictured in my mind! Anyhow, I think anyone can learn just about anything nowadays, experience is almost self-taught.
Inked or not – do you have any tattoos that you regret having done as they are with you for the rest of your life unless removed and if you do not have any have you ever thought of getting inked and if so would you get permanent or temporary? When Bob, my late husband was turning 40 I thought it would be a great gift to surprise him with a trip to the tattoo shop for a new tattoo. I had never had one so I thought, wow this is a great surprise. Well….Long story short we both ended up getting tatts. He got one of a bulldog wearing boxing gloves. I was symbolic of his being in the carpenter’s union and something else, I can’t recall. When it came to me deciding I said that I wanted a clownfish because they reminded me of my mother. The artist asked if I wanted Nemo, as that was the rage….I said yes. Do I regret Nemo? Not necessarily but I would really love just some clownfish! Its on my lower back so I wouldn’t ever think of getting it removed. Most of my other tatts are just perfect. I have some I am not in love with but they are all okay.
Can you describe the word …. How? “How” is a way of questioning the workings of someone or something.
With Halloween at the end of the month – Horror movies seasons is starting again – do you love or hate them and why do you feel the way you do – what makes them great or terrible for you and or – why do they scare you? I have always loved a good scary movie. When I was in middle school my friend Allison and I would watch Friday the 13th movies every weekend! Over the years I have still enjoyed them but I think my problem now is that I think about how things can actually come true, or if someone had this wacky idea for a movie, then someone surely has this wacky idea for real life! I guess my idea of a good horror movie is something that is so f—-ed up it is crazy, like the Saw movies. I don’t like all the blood, that part grosses me out, but I love the twisted shit. That being said, it scares me because I know there are crazy people out there that do this crazy stuff for real. I don’t like the jump-out-at-you scary. I hate to be startled.
So, I suppose my answer is yes, I do like them and yes, they do scare me. They scare me because like I said, if someone thought it up for a movie then there is someone out there that has thought it up for real life…just sayin’.

3 thoughts on “TFF – Season 2 – Game 3

  1. Hey Christine – fabulous answers – the scary movies was also spot on, if we can think, so can someone else, whereas we probably will not physically do it although we can write it, BUT – the worse thing is ……….. someone can take our imaginations combo it with theirs and make our worst nightmares come true.!

    That’s scarier than any horror movie.

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