Best Song to Have Sex To

And here are some more questions that I got from Myyearbook.com to celebrate the inaugural Q & A vlog that is not an episode of The Adventures of Blackcatloner.

Q: What’s the nerdiest thing you do?

A: Hang out online.

Q: If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?

A: What I do online.

Q: What’s your favorite quote from a movie?

A: You talkin’ to me? You talkin’ to me?

Q: Do you write poetry?

A: No.

Q: What’s your favorite board game?

A: Monopoly, especially when it’s at McDonald’s.

Q: How did millions of life forms evolve with absolutely no evidence of major change?

A: Another one of life’s great mysteries.

Q: What do you feel is your true calling in life?

A: What I do now… (blogging, YouTube, etc.)

Q: Why is marmalade not called orange jam?

A: No idea.

Q:  What do you think is the best song to have sex to?

A: Freak Me by Silk. Note: If you were born after 1992, you might not know who I’m talking about.

Q: Why does X stand for a kiss? Why does O stand for a hug?

A: No idea.

Q: How many people have you dated?

A: No comment.

Q: What’s your favorite kind of cake?

A: Any with cream in the middle.

Q: Would you rather watch a sitcom, a reality show, a police drama, a legal drama, or a medical drama? Or something else? Why?

A: Any except for medical or legal dramas because I feel they’ve been done to death.

Q: What age do you think is too young to have sex?

A: No younger than 17.

Q: Why doesn’t the hair on your arms grow as fast as the hair on your head?

A: Hmmm… Not cold enough?

Q: What color underwear are you wearing right now?

A: Wouldn’t you like to know? lol. ūüėČ

Q: Why do people eat unhealthy meals and then get a Diet Coke?

A: Cause they like it.

Q: What do you daydream about?

A: Being rich, finding love, and a variety of other things.

Q: How do you like your pancakes? Old fashioned maple syrup? Some kinda fruit? Chocolate chips? Or some other way all together? ūüėÄ

A: A little of each. ūüôā

Q: Who’s your Valentine? ‚ô• mass

A: Not sure yet.

 

 

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Getting a Clue or The Butler Did It

I know that I have been posting more than usual lately. Maybe it’s a sign of guilt over how I’ve been neglecting this blog in favor of my other online activities, including YouTube and Twitter. Those apps on Facebook and Myspace didn’t really help too much either, or maybe it is because I’ve overcome my very long case of blogger’s block and decided to take up the blog again. It is like what I said before, it’s time to get back to my roots.

Anyway, last night I went out to the latest play by the Ilion Little Theater Club, which is a musical based on one of the most popular board games of all time:¬†“Clue.” In this case, the play was a musical and it has been very popular with Mohawk Valley residents. In fact the first three shows last week¬†were sold out and they had added an extra show because of the enormous popularity. It was also an interactive game in which the audience could take part, as though they were actually playing the board game. And I actually do have a confession to make: I have never played Clue the board game before, even though I have seen the movie they did back in the¬†80’s.¬†The only time I play board games is Monopoly and that’s only when it is at McDonald’s.

Anyway, back to Clue. The theater also distributed sheets in which the audience could guess who the murderer is, where the murder took place,and what weapon was used based on a series of clues provided by Mr. Boddy, the victim. The night I went, it was revealed that it was Colonel Mustard who killed Mr. Boddy in the lounge with the lead pipe. However, that is not the actual ending of the play. Remember it is an interactive stage production so the suspects could change with each performance. I played along and I ended up getting the room where the murder was committed. 

Okay, so I’m no Sherlock Holmes, but¬†at least one out of three ain’t bad.¬†

So anyway, like the week before, it was a packed house so I was lucky to get in when I did. The show was a lot of fun and I recommend to anyone in the Mohawk Valley area to go see this play. It is running again tonight and the extra show is Sunday afternoon in which two bucks will be taken off your admission if you bring a non-perishable food item which will go to a local food pantry. Just in time for Thanksgiving because after all, charity’s always nice.

And so I end this latest installment. So now I got some more things to worry about this week, like Thanksgiving and of course Black Friday (as in how I am going to get footage of Black Friday at work out and then put it on YouTube). Plus I got an extra day of work too.