Monday, October 16, 2006

Three Things

Junebee tagged me for this (my first tag!):

1. Three people who make me laugh:
Mr. Octopus and his family (I’m counting them as one person)
Chris Rock
Jon Stewart

2. Three things I can do:
Write backwards (like in The DaVinci Code)
Scuba dive
Drive stick shift

3. Three things I can't do:
Roll my tongue
Butterfly stroke
Fix cars

4. Three things I'm doing right now:
Sitting on the couch
Looking forward to dinner (spicy vegetarian chili)
Watching Everybody Hates Chris

5. Three things I want to do before I die:
Speak Vietnamese without an American accent
Run a marathon
Go on safari

6. Three things I hate the most:
People who are perpetually late
Drunk drivers
Hearing politicians talk about God

7. Three things that scare me:
Water that I can’t see through
Public speaking

8. Three things I don't understand:
Overly emotional people
Grammar (never learned it)

9. Three skills I'd like to learn:
Speed reading
Public speaking

10. Three ways to describe my personality:
More influenced by my parents than I’d ever thought

11. Three things I think you should listen to:

12. Three things you should never listen to:
People you pretend to like
George W. Bush

13. Three favorite foods:
Vietnamese soups (particularly Bun Bo Hue - pictured)
Kamonan soba (duck soba)

14. Three beverages I drink regularly:
Coffee with skim milk
Tea (usually green or peppermint)
White wine

15. Three shows I watched a lot:
I Love Lucy
Sex & the City
Three’s Company

16. Three people I'm tagging to do this:
Hoosier’s Nest
Tonic Blotter
Guardedly Optimistic


junebee said...

My brother used to work for Chris Rock.

I can write backwards too (just printing, not cursive). I think it's because I'm lefthanded.

junebee said...

Oh yeah, I like Click and Clack too. I'm always quoting things I learned from Click and Clack.

MK said...

Oh come on, you can't tag me. I've practically answered all of these a while ago in an email I'm sure I copied you or the Octopus on. I won't blog about this. No way.

PS, you do know grammar. Just perhaps not in a systematic analytical sense. It's innate. It's what helped you learn English and Vietnamese. See: Theory of Transformational Grammar.

creative-Type Dad (Tony) said...

Three's Company - that was just on. That Chrissy is so funny...

JEM said...

you tagged me because you think I don't post enough. True but still evil. I've done one of these not too long ago as well that I'm sure I sent you. But, being a sucker, I will probably blog about it.