Monday, August 16, 2010

Monday Minute and Day 23

Monday Minute

(The graphic is the link)


If you could have plastic surgery, would you? If so, what would you get done?


I'd get the scar from the surgery I had when I was a baby fixed (it's ugly). I'd get a boob lift (big boobs and gravity don't coincide).



What laws have you broken?

I speed. Other than that, I'm pretty law-abiding, lol.



What is your quirkiest habit?

I only eat one food, at a time, and in a certain order. I also don't like my food to touch.



If you only had 3 songs to listen to for the rest of your life what would they be?

I canNOT answer this. It's too difficult.


How often do you have sex?

Nunya, lol.



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30 Day Song Challenge

Day 23 – A Song That You Want To Play At Your Wedding


Let it be known that I have NO intention on walking down the aisle to "Here Comes The Bride." While I'm fairly traditional, all I can think of when I hear that song is the childhood ditty, "Here come the bride, all fat and white. There stands the groom, skinny as a broom."



Someday My Prince Will Come - Cassandra Wilson





Finally - Fergie






A Page Has Turned - Bebo Norman

Not only is this song a beautiful piece about two coming together, but it has a neat history for me. I've been a part of all of my High School best friends' weddings and they've all used this in their weddings. I can't wait for them to be in mine and for me to find a way to use this song.





Just You And Me - Jayson Belt

Yes, I got this from General Hospital. I just love this song.

5 comments:

Marianne said...

Here comes the Bride is the worst little ditty written in history. I hate that thing and cringe every time I witness a bride walk down the aisle to it. Come to think of it, I don't like any of the tradition wedding songs...


Hilarious about "big boobs and gravity don't coincide" hahaha! My 58 year old neighbor just got implants. WHY?!?!?!


Also, my foods can't touch either. It really raises eyebrows at holidays when the rest of my extended family has this nasty need to pile on as much food as possible onto their plates, and there I am, with my food properly sectioned off.

Krystal said...

I'm right there with you. No traditional music at my wedding please~ :)

Lil' Woman said...

I don't plan on walking down to that horrible song either. I think I'm going with that Christmas Canon song minus the kids singing.

Linda said...

I also don't like my food touching and I eat in a certain order too!

Gina said...

Awesome wedding song! I didn't want to walk down the aisle to that either but B really wanted me to, so I picked a non-traditional version of it.