Wednesday, March 14, 2007


I've been tagged by Reluctant Nomad. I have to do this.

Three things that scare me:

Heart disease

Three people who make me laugh:

Margaret Thatcher

Three things I love:

Spring into Summer
Hearing Kylie in a night club
Aeroplane travel

Three things I hate:

Right wing politics
Hearing Aerosmith in a night club

Three things I don't understand:


Three things on my desk:

Mighty Mouse software on CD
My wallet
A 50p coin

Three things I'm doing now:

Listening to iTunes (it's on party shuffle)
Doing the three things thingy

Three things I want to do before I die:

Get hitched
Get a face lift
Lose weight

Three things I can do:

Lose control
Freak out

Three things I can't do:

Be tidy
Use a dirty toilet

Three things I think you should listen to:

Big girls don't cry by Edith Massey
It's a sin (Barfly version) by Pet Shop Boys
So long without you by Bent

Three things you should never listen to:

Fatherly advice
The sound of a missile heading your way
Babies and children screaming in pain

Three things I'd like to learn:

How to drive

Three favourite foods:

Sherry trifle

Three beverages I regularly drink:

Coffee (never instant)
Orange juice
Apple juice

Three television programmes I watched as a child:

Blue Peter
Grange Hill
The Tripods

Three bloggers I've tagged:



Moncrief Speaks said...

I shall do it!

Old Cheeser said...

Loving a lot of your responses.

Oddly enough I watched the same TV progs as a child too, but there was another one on my list. Can you guess what it is? And how come you didn't include it, eh?

Minge said...

Good boy, Brett!

Old Cheeser, it has to be Doctor Who, no? I'd have included it, but, in trying to include three different styles of programme, really wanted to include The Tripods for sci-fi as it relates to a spooky coincidence revealed in a recent email.

Old Cheeser said...

However did you guess?! Oh...what was the spooky email coincidence, dare I ask?

Minge said...

Some dirty bitch asked me if I'd ever read The Guardians by John Christopher. I had not, so did so. It then turned out he wrote The Tripods, which I was obsessed with as a boy.

Minge said...

Will anyone admit to having been a Magpie viewer?

Enda P said...

Hadn't heard the Barfly mix of It's a Sin. Thanks for sharing, petal, in more ways than one.

(oh, that sounded a bit pervy...)

Minge said...

We like pervy.

gab said...

can i do it!

Minge said...

Yes, Gab! Do it! I'd have tagged more people but the limit was three.

gab said...

okey dokes xxx

Salty Sailor said...

I make you laugh? Good. But why am I under Margaret Thatcher?

just a girl said...

I finally finished! I'll post it tomorrow :)

Reluctant Nomad said...

Custard!!!! YES PLEASE!

I've been a bit out of blogland in the past while so sorry it took me a while to get here.