Sunday, May 16, 2010

Life is Good meme is back!



Brian, my-soon-to-be-riding-a-broom-and-soon-to-lose-that-skull-friend was one of the friends I sent this meme to, and after answering, he sent me back his own questions! As I'm NOT a talkative person, I have to reply, tsk! :o)

1. What's your all time favorite movie?
For a Gemini, choosing only one favorite thing is even harder than to the rest of the world... Here I'd go for Il Postino, I absolutely love Neruda and this movie touched me... But I have a list after that!

2. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?
If I could really afford, I'd choose Fernando de Noronha Island. It's one of the most beautiful places in the world to me, where the environemnt is carefully protected, and there is all the wild nature and basic infrastructure to live!

3. If there was only one dish that you had to choose to eat for the rest of your life what would that dish be?
I always say here that I could eat pasta for the rest of my life. I love it! As long as it doesn't include red meat, I'd have it. And also my home-made hot-dogs. Forever!

4. What talent (that you don't currently possess) would you like to have?
Something to my own entertainment: to paint like Norman Rockwell. I a-do-re this guy's art, he's the best, and I would have tons of fun illustrating those fun, lovely ordinary life's moments the way he did.

5. Biggest pet peeve?
Two things: people telling the end of movies or books! Arght, I could kill with my bare hands when this happens! And also repetitive noises, like pencil tapping, finger drumming, faucet dripping, tictac of a clock. I can stand these for some minutes, but they do annoy me, specially the last two ones, specially at night, specially during my migraine crisis.

6. What's the one thing that happen in your life that you would like to go back in time a revisit?
Hmmm... It depends... A revisit to fix that one thing I regretted doing or not doing, or simply a revisit-and-feel-the-good-taste-once-again one thing I loved doing? To absolutely honest, no matter the case, in fact, I don't like revisitings. My journey is forward. Every decision I made, good or bad, took me to this moment in my life, and they belong to their own moment - even my beloved and gone dad and sister I'd rather meet in my night dreams ...Oh okay, maybe I'd go back to that Neil Young concert at Rock in Rio years ago! *grin*

7. Favorite holiday?
Christmas, even being the witch I am, because it's a family reunion that I love, when we exchange those surprise-you-shouldn't!-gifts, all the lovingly prepared meals, and as a bonus the little kids still believe in Santa, and it's so cute to watch their bright eyes after listening to Santa's ho-ho-ho (my brother is good at it!) and finding the gifts "he" leaves in the room.

8. Cat or Dog person?
Both. I love dogs for their friendly, needy character, because I love hugging and clling them buddy, and cats for the opposite reason, they're so independent and slow-motion and wise and sexy. I need them both, very yan and yin.


9. Who is the one famous person in history (living or deceased) that you would like to have a conversation with?
Einstein and Van Gogh, please please!! I'm obssessed with them. Could talk for hours about them, and with them. Then they would avoid me forever! LOL

10. Do you believe in plastic surgery just for recreational needs? As in I got a nose job just because I hate my nose compared to someone who's been in a car accident who might plasic surgery?
I think anyone can do whatever they want with their bodies, as shallow as it may be. Of course, priorities are for those who desperately need this kind of surgery due to accidents, etc. Ivo Pintaguy, the master plastic surgeon, for instance, only makes them for free in these cases. But it's something too personal. And though I hate my aquiline nose, I would never change it.

I love these trivias, thanks for the chance of having it back, Brian! Now if you friends would like to answer these too, be welcome, and let me know, I'd love to see your opinions! :o)

4 comentários:

Rue said...

I don't like repetitive noises either - makes me crazy!

Great answers - you'd have a wild time with Einstein and Van Gogh!

Mother's Moon's Message said...

I have always thought Van Gogh would have been an interesting person to sit and talk with....good choice

Lisa said...

I so enjoyed reading your answers. Repetitive noises would have been my answer as well.

Marie S said...

Repetitive noises, good one, is it a woman thing?
So nice to find out more about you!
I love VanGogh and would love to have met him.
But better yet, to make something with him!
Love and hugs to you both!!
have a great week.