OK, so you guys all seem to have knuckled under to the MemeGod. And not just any MemeGod...a 35 question freakin' MemeGod. So, not only do you have to compose 35 answers, we've all got to read 'em. C'mon guys! That's 35 freakin' questions and answers.
So, in the spirit of being a good blog visitor, I've got to read all of that and come up with a thoughtful comment so you don't know I've drifted off and left a puddle of drool on my keyboard. Well, frankly, I am appalled. Just appalled.
Resist, Resist, fellow blogophiles!
OK, I know, we're all weak. We need freebie post subjects sometimes. Crap! Thinking of something new every day is HAAAAARD.
But, C'mon. Thirty-Five Freakin' Questions? That's just plain rude.
I like to think of Polybloggimous as a public service kind of place (yeah, I'm delusional). In the spirit of public service, I propose: If Memes you must have, Meme small. (Can Meme be a verb? If it hasn't been before, I call dibs on the coinage. Hmmm, coinage.)
Here are my proposed rules for Meme-ing:
-Memes must be short. No more than five questions or items.
-Memes must not require deep thought. Somewhere between the amount of thought required
to blow your nose and to keep your heart beating.
-Sorry, I nodded off and left another puddle of drool on my keyboard.
Here's a Meme that fits my proposed rules:
You've all heard the saying "Its better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick". Tell me something you think is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. Note: It doesn't have to be much better.