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Monday, September 17, 2007

Manic Monday

1. If you could enter a racehorse in the Kentucky Derby, what would you name your horse?

At Arm's Length. I love horses, but can't get too close, as I'm allergic to them. So it would be an apt name.

2. What famous person, whom many people find attractive, is most unappealing to you?
Tom Cruise. The toothy little hobgoblin gives me the creeps. Yuck.

3. Which foreign country are you least interested in visiting?
Iran. I know I'd get myself arrested for speaking up in favour of women's rights.


*~JESSIE~* said...

I agree with the Tom Cruise thing. He is a little creepy! Happy Monday.

Siani said...

He's horrid! He makes my blood run cold.

Laura said...

Ohh, your horsename is quite appropriate and OMG about Tom Cruise..his antics of the last few years/post Nicole have sickened me to no end! As for Iran, we'd either be neighbors or in the same cell! LOL! Thank you for visiting my MM! Have a great week! *smiles*

Laane said...

I agree with 3. The same would happen to me.

Have a great week!

Kwizgiver said...

Really enjoy your answers! :-)


Fleur de Lisa said...

I love your horse name-- I can hear the announcer calling it out!

Your description of Tom is spot on. :-) There's just something a bit smarmy about him to me.

I think that I'd get more than arrested if I visited Iran.

I'm so glad you joined in Manic Monday this week.

webduck said...

Wow, we agree on all the answers! :) Happy MM to you. I am a new visitor.

Siani said...

Thanks for visiting, everyone. Webduck, I visited your site earlier, but couldn't find a place to leave a comment - I agree with you about Paris Hilton, she's totally skanky.

aki_diwata said...

I may visit Iran if my friend is with me since she was born and went to school there.

liz said...

Seems most picked Tom Cruise. Yes, I can just imagine me speaking up in Iran, Iraq, etc. I would have been dead a long time ago.
Thanks for visiting with me.

Siani said...

I guess Iran would be safer to visit with someone who had knowledge of the country.