Friday, June 02, 2006

RevGals Friday Five: Summer Blockbuster Edition

1. If you were a mutant, what ability would you like to have? (think superpower)

Not flying because my ears pop and I don't like pretzels, not mind reading because that could get very noisy, so I think maybe fluency in every language --animal and human.

2. Tell us about a memorable road trip you've experienced.
I'm a big road tripper, and the most recent memorable experience was a few weeks ago while driving from Nashville to Truth or Consequences, NM I stopped in Ozark, Arkansas to visit the old ancestral graveyard. I got busted by the fuzz. Entertaining, no?

3. Do you enjoy solving riddles and working on puzzles? If so, what kind?
I love the NYT crossword puzzles, and do them religously. Since I subscribe online I can usually finish a weekday one in about 15 minutes, if I'm wearing my smarty pants. The Sunday puzzles are a different story. Those require a dictionary, several telephone calls to my grandfather and a choice number of desultory statements about the editor's parents.

4. Take two of your phobias and combine them to make a campy horror/disaster flick. What would it be called?

"The Accidentally Chewing a Bit of Tinfoil and Having Your Teeth Fall Out While You're Trying to Talk Adventure"

5. Just how batsh*t crazy is Tom Cruise, anyway?
First, on behalf of the 2.6 million Mexican freetail bats that reside under the bridge outside my office --the world's largest urban bat colony-- I object to the derogatory use of the word batsh*t. Guano is an excellent fertilizer, and without it there are several species of plant that would never be propagated. That being said, Tom Cruise is a nutter of the highest operating order.


Not Crazy (but in need of a mani):


Not Crazy (but make sure you don't sneeze):


Not Cra...oh, who am I kidding?


Blogger Sue said...

Love this!! Thanks.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Glen said...

We are ALL mutants — which is why we no longer resemble starfish (although we still share enough DNA with fungus to make getting shed of athlete’s foot tough)

Puzzles and mysteries — don't enjoy them but I do work on them — such as where did I lose my keys? Where did I lose my glasses? Where did I lose my sense of propriety?

5:58 PM  
Blogger will smama said...


I get the bat thing, but do they HAVE to ignore the perfectly good bat house and camp underneath our shutters instead. I mean REALLY.

6:09 PM  
Blogger Caroline said...

LOVED it. thanks a million. tom cruise--how dreamy was he in "top gun"? what happened?

10:34 AM  
Blogger Songbird said...

Rhiannon, this is awesome!

7:59 PM  
Blogger JWD said...

Getting here late--on Monday morning. But what a great laugh to start my week! :) Thanks!

9:44 AM  
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