February 2nd, 2008

Meme a day 2008-Day 32-Who is your Sex and the City Match

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Pessimistic? You? No way! You might come off that way occasionally but you can't fool us. Under that hard shell lives a soft heart and someone who would do just about anything for friends (and family, sure, but mostly friends). With strong opinions and the rare ability say what's on your mind, you are truly one of a kind.

When things get tough, you're usually the one your friends turn to for inspiration and support — and a little tough love to boot. But you're also one of the most independent people around. Not one for superficial relationships, you might not win the prize for having the most friends, but the ones you do have are real — and just what you need.



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Meme a day 2008-Day 33-Regionalisms

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1. Where do you live?
San Francisco, CA, USA


2. Did you grow up there? If not, then where did you spend your childhood?
A few years in Manhattan, but primarily suburban New Jersey, Northern part of the state.

What you call things:
1. Soda or Pop or Other?
Soda

2. Crayons or Crayolas or Other?
Crayons

3. Winter coat or parka or other?
Winter coat.

4. Sidewalk or pavement or other?
Sidewalk

5. Sucker or lollipop or other?
Lollipop

6. Lunch or dinner or other?
Lunch

7. Dinner or supper or other?
Dinner

8. Traffic lights or stop lights or other?
Traffic lights.

9. Snowmobile or sled or other?
Are we talking about moving snow or having fun?
Sled for the latter.

Other:
1. What does 'down south' mean to you, if anything?
Los Angeles, second choice would be the Southern United States-i.e. South of the Mason-Dixon line.

2. I-O-WA or I-O-WAY?
I-O-WA (Unless I'm singing the song from A Foreign Affair.)

3. What does "up north" mean to you, if anything?
Near the Oregon border.

4. Do you know what a muffler is (and I'm not talking about the car part)?
Big scarf.

5. Have you ever eaten grits?
Yes.

6. Ever go trick-or-treating in snow before?
No. In the cold, in the rain, but not in the snow.