My Plurk pals cajunvegan and perpstu and fandpinlv inspired me to play with the Thursday Thirteen gang. Here's my inaugural offering.
Don't judge me.
Thirteen Dirty Domestic Diva Secrets
1. I am, at heart, and most everywhere else, a slob. Always have been, always will be.
2. I often forget there’s laundry in the dryer and must run air fluff to get out the wrinkles numerous times.
3. I have hurt myself cleaning the bathroom. Seriously.
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4. I am, at heart, and most everywhere else, a pack rat. My motto: I might need that sometime... the people at eBay send out a search party if I go a day without a visit. Yet I don't like garage/yard sales... weird.
5. I have the man-like ability to walk right by a full trash can and not think about doing anything about it. It’s a gift, I tell you.
6. I have gone and bought new underwear rather than doing laundry.
7. I have killed more herbs in the name of growing them myself than I can count. I’ve seen basil plants commit suicide when they see me coming, just to end things quickly and less painfully.
8. Will famously listens to and consequently sings terribly inappropriate songs -- on pitch, thank you very much. Current favorite song: Pete Townshend's "Slit Skirts." Told you.
9. I rarely, if ever, completely make my bed. It’s my favorite place to read/watch the telly/do my nails/take a nap/talk on the phone. If my WiFi ever reached through my thick plaster walls to the bedroom, I would never leave. I’d have to hire someone to come in and turn me so I wouldn’t get bedsores. Seriously.
10. I have worn bathing suit bottoms when I have run out of clean underwear. Not recently, mind you -- in college. But still.
11. Cereal for dinner? Great! Cap’n Crunch cereal for dinner? Even better!
12. Will’s favorite TV channels: Disney and Game Show Network. “Oooh -- it’s time for Card Sharks!”
13. The only reason I haven't lost this list is because it's saved in cyberspace. If it were a hard copy, then chances are I'd be frantically looking for it right now.
If your house is really a mess and a stranger comes to the door, greet him with, "Who could have done this? We have no enemies."
~ Phyllis Diller