Friday, October 22, 2010

Friday 5 - Holy Moly!

Ready for some more Friday 5? I hope so, because here it comes!

1.What gives you the heebie-jeebies? Most bugs. Also, this one is weird and hard to explain...but my kids know that if they put their t-shirts in their mouths I will get a shiver up my spine and look away. For some reason that really skeeves me out!

2.When were you most recently in double trouble? When my car went to that big scrap yard in the sky I was in double, even triple, trouble. But mum comes through for me AGAIN and saves the day!

3.What puts you in the mood for some hanky-panky? DR. Yes, a who, not a what :-) I guess...thinking about DR would be the "what".

4.What easy-breezy task is still a pain in the neck to accomplish? Makin' cop-pays! I always put it off, but it isn't exactly rocket science.

5.What area in your life seems especially rife with mumbo-jumbo? Anything dealing with people and their quirks...from my own kids, to co-workers, to the general population. It is like you have to know and remember some code about each individual and how they are best dealt with. Very mumbo-jumbo.

Thanks for participating, and have a mellow yellow, okie dokie, tutti-frutti weekend! (I lifted that closing phrase right off the site, because it is so cutie patootie!)


Tara said...

Those car problems really take a lot out of us.

That's interesting about how you get the shivers when your kids put their t-shirts in their mouths. I know there are things like that that give me shivers, but the spiders and the getting lost in a strange place are the first ones that popped into my head. My mom gets the heebie-jeebies when she sees people on stilts. She hates it!

secret agent woman said...

I have a similar reaction to watching my son put the upper half of his flip-phone cell phone in his mouth, absentmindedly. I always yell "Get that out of your mouth!" Sometimes he smiles, closes the phone, and sticks the entire thing in his mouth, just to yank my chain!

Churlita said...

I have the same reaction when someone says the word, "moist". Shiver, shiver.

laura b. said...

Tara: Any kind of financially based issue is so nerve wracking.
And I know what you mean, given time I could probably think of quite a few things that sort of make me feel creepy...never thought about stilts like that though!

Secret: haha! Kids always know how to get to us. That sounds like something my youngest son would do :-)

Churlita: You know I hate the word "moist"...what is UP with that?!?!