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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW ME?



For those of you who are allergic to Facebook, here is a chance to test yourself on Jfro-knowledge. The questions were pretty boring, so I tried to spice them up a bit.


1) What song would I choose to sing at a karaoke bar?
a) Lay Lady Lay
b) Cat's in the Cradle
c) I Wanna Be Sedated
d) Truckin'
e) Losing My Religion

2) What is my middle name?
a) Louise
b) Augusta
c) Badass Jfro
d) Mary
e) Stephanie

3) What is my dream car?
a) Beetle
b) Mercedes
c) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
d) El Camino
e) Cars suck!

4) What would I dress as for Halloween?
a) Post-apocalyptic survivor
b) Slutty Witch
c) Slutty Nurse
d) One of those glittery vampires from Twilight
e) Slutty cat

5) What am I scared of?
a) clowns
b) hippies
c) hippy clowns
d) the color yellow
e) all of the above

6) Who is my favorite Disney character?
a) Belle
b) Disney sucks!
c) Mickey Mouse
d) Donald Duck
e) Snow White

7) My favorite show on TV?
a) Dollhouse
b) Lost
c) Heroes
d) Two and a Half Men
e) American Idol

Please highlight text below for answers:
Answers: 1)c, 2)e, 3)e, 4)a, 5)e, 6)b, 7)a


PS. The picture above is the result of a request from Dr. S to put a picture of my Hunter: The Vigil character on the Internet, done in the style of Rich Burlew's Order of the Stick web comic.

Comments

JethSeux said…
And a fine job you did. If you were a stick, you would be one of the best looking ones around!
I still can't believe I missed on your middle name, but thanks to years together and these 50 question internet things, I probably know most things about you by now, like:
-The secret of your blueberry pancakes
-How you tame that wild fro of yours
-Where you hide your ninja outfit for those night raids (whoops, I wasn't supposed to mention that one, please don't kill me!!!)
ash966 said…
Oh no, now I must kill my beloved for knowing my secrets! But wait, you can join me on my ninja missions instead, a werewolf would come in handy sometimes.

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