Sock It To Me, Baby -- It's TMI Tuesday!

1. Who did you think you would marry in elementary school?

Jimmy Lonquist. Or Donny Osmond. Duh.

2. Which Muppet is your favorite? Why?

I’ve always been partial to Grover, for some reason. He’s charming, a little goofy but so endearing.

However, this little test tells another, not-so-surprising story...

You Are Miss Piggy

A total princess and diva, you're totally in charge - even if people don't know it.

You want to be loved, adored, and worshiped. And you won't settle for anything less.

You're going to be a total star, and you won't let any of the "little people" get in your way.

Just remember, piggy, never eat more than you can lift!

3. With which politician would you most like to have a daliance?
I’m going to go with Thomas Jefferson, believe it or not. He was whip-smart, open-minded, a free-thinker -- and had a totally cool house. Plus, there’s the red hair. Which intrigues me...

However, my subconscious has other ideas, as evidenced by the naughty dreams (yes, there have been more than one) about me and... Al Gore. Mind you, I haven’t had one of these dreams in years, but back in the early-mid ‘90s, they were on recurring status during my REM sleep.

Shut. Up.

4. How did you first find the g-spot?
When I finally do, I’ll let you know. Or maybe not.

5. What is the best costume you've ever worn?
On stage: This great slinky dress i donned to sing a medley of Fats Waller songs in a variety show many moons ago. It just fit right. My hair was long and crazy curly and I felt like a million bucks.

Halloween: Carmen Miranda. Complete with fruit turban and cha-cha skirt. And lots of heavy eyeliner. Good times.


CableGirl said...

Thomas Jefferson? Hmm... I'm going to have to think about that one. Which politician? My problem with Jefferson, although he was all the things you say he was, is that he was also a hypocrite. I guess that's why he was a politician. If you read his correspondence he was always talking smack behind people's backs. And don't forget that although he preached the equality of man and claimed to deplore slavery, he not once in his life freed a single one of his hundreds of slaves.

And on that note, apparently I'm Fozzie Bear? Seriously? That just doesn't seem to fit. lol

My all time favorite costume was the Halloween I was 8 months pregnant. I dressed up as a nun and carried a huge jug of wine around with me. :D

Oh yeah, and is there any way you can set your comment box to allow commenting by name and URL in addition to what you have now? I've seen other blogger blogs that do that. They way yours is set up I can't link to my new blog. 42.gibkeeg.com. Come check me out.. and update your reader> :D

citizen jane said...

I readjusted some things in the behind-the-scenes stuff with the blog that will hopefully let you be linked with your groovy new blog. I'll tinker some more... and you're also updated in my links in the sidebar!


LiteralDan said...

I'll second your vote for Grover. I've long felt that he was cast aside in the Elmo craze that started after I moved on from the show (well, I was about to enter kindergarten, you know).

I've always hated that annoying little... nice puppet.

mrpeenee said...

I understand Al Gore has a freak on for Carmen Miranda. Unfortunately for you, it involves him wearing the cha-cha skirt. Hard cheese, old thing

Miss Janey said...

Grover or Kermit. Miss J never liked Miss P.

Other than Thomas Jefferson Miss J can't hink of ANY politicain she'd dally with. Thi Mama J shook JFK hand when he was campaigning and swears he was gorgeous.

Kori said...

I justtook your little test; I am "animal," which somwhoe doesn't surprise me at all. I don't do Halloween and therefore do not have a single memorable costume, and hm,SO not going there re: the politicians but Al Gore? yikes!

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

I think I was a kermit fan all the way. I guess I had dreams of snagging him from Miss Piggy.

Sogeshirtsguy said...

Grover rocks and I guess thomas jefferson wrote the declaration of inyourpantsness jk that was bad.

April said...

Did you watch John Adams on HBO. Thomas Jefferson in that definitely rocked my world!

Didn't take the Muppet test, but I love that Kori's Animal - my favorite Muppet.

I think finding your g-spot should be your top priority!