By December 23, 2005

Borrowed questions

I ganked these questions from the November issue of Glamour. Two questions for you:

1. What’s the best compliment someone could give you?

2. What’s your favorite curse word, and why?

My answers, you ask?

1. “You’re the person I’d call when someone’s in my house.” Knowing that people trust me to help them and that I will bash anyone who threatens them means a lot to me. I’ve responded to a frantic call before, and while it was scary at the time I was honored to be the first person that person thought of in a time of need.

2. I’ve been really fond of “fuckblister” lately for some reason. I don’t know where I picked it up, but it’s pretty heinous even for me.

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  1. ca11away says:

    1. It’s a tie between “You’re so funny” and “You’re good at figuring things out.”

    2. โ€œDouche bagโ€ (the most vile sounding word, when used sparingly it can have a wonderful effect)

  2. configuratrix says:

    1. A few weeks ago, someone with whom I’d flirted said my best feature was my rock solid honesty (“with yourself, with partners, with friends. you know yourself so well and communicate so clearly about what you think and where you are.”)

    My flirt did leave family out of that list ๐Ÿ˜‰ and I know I’m not always as honest as I would wish to be, but I was deeply honored.

    2. (like most other people living in society?) I find curses on my lips I didn’t choose. I prefer not to curse in ways that profane loving relations or religion, though I know I do. I’d rather (and sometimes do) curse along the lines of POS (as in “You …!), spelled out. ๐Ÿ˜‰ With variants of stinking and disease-related adjectives thrown in. I was using “Murder!” as an interjection there for a while, but society.. ๐Ÿ˜‰