Damnit Crystal! Here's me trying to write the exceptionally serious, meticulously researched and definitely not silly posts that I am known for, and there's you tagging me for more frivolity.
Ah well, I suppose it is OK to have the occasional silly post.
Here are the Rules:
1. Link to the person that tagged you2. Post the rules on your blog
3. Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself4. Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs
5. Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.6. Let your tagger know when your entry is UP.
1. When I go to bed I absolutely have to lie on my right side for the first few minutes. Then I have to move to my left side for a while. Then I have to flip onto my stomach. If this routine is not followed, I will not get to sleep for hours. Mr E Man has adapted well to this situation, but it can be a problem when I'm camping; I have pissed off many tent mates with my strange ritual and rustly sleeping bag.
2. I have a tendency to get addicted to computer games. Tetris, internet backgammon, and the Facebook versions of Risk and Boggle in the last year or two, and currently SuperBall 2 on my iPhone. Ooh, tilty! I only use the accelerometer version, and after playing for like 2 hours in the ferry line up last weekend I could barely move my hand.
3. I have a weakness for trashy reality TV. Survivor, Wife Swap, Wipeout etc. I don't count Dragons' Den as trash though, it is teh awesome.
4. I hate ordering food over the phone and will always try to get someone else to do it. Mr E Man is the same way so we have to take it in turns. When it's my turn, it's never actually all that painful, but by the next time, I've usually forgotten that.
5. I am a little bit obsessed with Sarah Palin right now. Mr E Man has started to leave the room when she comes on, unless it is on SNL. He has heard enough rants for this campaign.
6. I am planning to get my first ever tattoo to commemorate becoming a dual British-Canadian citizen (some time in the next 15 months if all goes to plan). I am thinking that some kind of Celtic style maple leaf would be a cool way to celebrate the merging of the two cultures.