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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Blogathon Answers

Well, Patrick has interviewed me for the Blogathon. Here are my answers to his five questions and if anyone wants to be interviewed leave me a comment and I will oblige! Only catch is that you have to open yourself to give out interviews after you have been interviewed. Not so bad at all, only 5 questions! :)

1. Why do you call me "Pati" (full story)?
--> I don't think you remember this, but in grade 6 we were all trying to get the name Pattie to stick and of course you were not too pleased. You refused every attempt we made, even if we were staring you in the face calling you it you wouldn't answer. At the end of grade 6 we had almost given up, except for me since I am amazingly persistent. At the end of each year at beautiful Lakefield Elementary we recieved a year book and at the end there were two autograph pages. Since you were no longer affraid of me and we had become friends I asked you to sign the yearbook. You, being the sweet boy you are happily took the book and signed in perfect curvsy writing. When you handed me back the book I looked and to my astonishment you had signed the book Pati. In reality it was the start of an r I think for Patrick but since it was just the start it looked like an i so I dotted it and Pati was born!

2. What's your favourite personal story about a freaky place such as the Bone-yard, the Scary Church or whatever? (explain for those who don't know the background)
--> The Scary Church is a church that is supposedly haunted. It is hidden way back on this dark road behind the Irving Big Stop somewhere with the cliche graveyard you must pass to reach the church. According to legend if you shine your car lights in the window of the church you will see a statue. You must then turn the lights off, back up, honk twice(maybe it is flash your lights twice, I can't remember), then drive back up to the church and shine your lights back into the window. When you look this time the statue will have moved. It's all very freaky. Oh, and when you shine the lights your car has to be off. Anyway, after musical one night we decided to try out the church and we drove Erin McKay's car up to it. We did the little ritual and saw the statue. When we moved away and moved back, the statue, contrary to my belief that this would never work, the statue had indeed moved. Well, we FREAKED. It was really sacry and it was dark and there was a graveyard and everything. We piled back into the car and tried to leave, but the car wouldn't start. We tried three times (begining to panic and scream) but the car refused to start. Eventually someone else who had not looked in the window came and the car started automatically. We still have no idea why the car would not start for any of us.

3. If "Sally's" were a race, and there was a racial joke about them, how many of you would it take to screw in a lightbulb? Remember to say what each of you would do.
-->Well, if Sallys were a race I'm sure we would all look like camels (Sally the camel has two humps... I HATE THAT SONG grrrr!) So in that case it would only take one. We camels would be especially smart and would be able to raise our two humps to the lightbulb and use them in lieu of a hand therefore only needing one to remove and replace the bulb. We're special like that.

4. What's a memorable dream that you remember from when you were little?
--> Every night when I would go to sleep, for a few years at least, I would have a dream that I was in an elevator. Everyone used elevators in this dream, they took you everywhere. These elevators were huge rooms with couches and beds and everything. They went up and down and side to side, cool eh? Yeah well, in every dream they would go too fast and I would be throw up, then down inside the room and eventually I would just sort of float in the middle. You know the feeling of falling you get in dreams? I had that every night. That and they would start shaking and threaten to break. Hence why I am scared of elevators too.

5. Did you ever have a thing for Coleman? STORY!

--> Ohhh you just had to throw that one in didn't you?! Yes I had a "thing" for Coleman, but you ask him about it too! He was the same! I liked him off and on for about 7 years (more on than off sadly lol) The best thing was that we would each tell Tiffany Hodgin that we liked each other and she would just be like Oh really? and never tell us because she was in love with Coleman too. One time Jeanette told us that the first time she met Coleman he came up to her and was like "I like Sally", cute eh? Or not! Yeah so we liked each other but due to circumstances it just never ammounted to anything. Happy now!? :P


At 1:27 p.m., Blogger Fancy said...

yeah, since i was already interviewed by Raph and Pat I will volunteer to be interviewed for you as well.

Come up with some questions! oh yeah, read my responses to pats and raphs questions on my blog!

At 12:30 p.m., Blogger pat said...

Wow Sally! OK I actually learned things that I didn't know from these questions! For instance, though I vaguely remember the Story of Pati, this is the first time that you've admitted to me that you dotted the "i" yourself, though I always had my suspicions... *Does the shifty-eyes thing*

And yeah, that you-and-Coleman thing was all new to me! I'd heard Coleman's extremely vague version of things in hisgrade 10 version of events, but all he'd say then was that "you guys like each otehr but decided that nothing should come out of it since you were such good friends and it wasn't worth it". At least that's the main jist of it! Later Sal!

At 9:42 p.m., Blogger Sally said...

Oh Pati, I actually did tell you that I dotted the i, I think you just chose to forget it! :)

At 10:51 a.m., Blogger Jenn said...

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