2 – Who’s the one blog friend that you would want to meet most in “real life”? This is easy. Boob Nazi, hands down. I think that she would be super energetic in real life and I would like to see some of this accidental winking.
3 – Why are you always concerned with losing that “extra 10 pounds” when chances are your husband/boyfriend/friends tell you that you look just fine the way you are? It’s not a number issue for me. I want to be toned and avoid turkey arms. They run in my family.
4 – What’s the one thing you wish guys could understand about you? I have a great guy who at least pretends to understand me. He still doesn’t get how I can be so emotional some days.
5 – Tattoos. How many do you have and how many are visible when you wear your “everyday” clothes? I have a grand total of one tattoo and you could never see it. Sometimes it peeks out from under a bikini — but not always. It’s a dove and a heart on my left lower hip area… peace and love?? I’m not exactly a crazy hippie or anything, but it was a spontaneous decision and I love doves. And birds. I know birds can be dirty, but I love birds… well images of birds. The only bird I’ve ever owned committed suicide when I was 7. He just jumped clear off his perch.
6 – What was the best year of your life and why? This is really hard to answer! 18: Graduating, moving out on my own at college. 21: I could party any time I wanted, I had zero responsibilities, and I started working in radio. 23: I met my lovely fellow and I got a real job. I have a feeling *this year* (25) will be the best.
7 – Name three things you would do if you were a man for one day. Good question. The real answer is not exactly blog friendly… so how about pick a fight at a bar, pee without having to wait in a mile long line and feel respected at a job.
8 – What’s your alcoholic drink of choice that usually raises a few eyebrows? I am always trying to be calorie conscious when I pick something alcoholic to drink. I have been told that getting vodka/water and bringing your own Crystal Lite packets to mix in it is a pretty healthy way of cutting calories at the bar… however, some people think I’m weird or am being “cheap.” Um…. I’m not being cheap… I’m still BUYING liquor. I just would prefer to use my own mixer and this doesn’t effect price. Hmph. I also will only drink vodka/ sugar free Red Bull and will refuse the real stuff.
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