Thursday, 6 November 2008

This is getting silly

The tagging has become a daisy chain of silliness but since I've been tagged again by Brother Tobias here's the Reduced Shakespeare productions view of the same meme I had very recently.

1) Only once, at the age of 11, and it didn't really make any major impact on my general tastes.

2) Mornington Crescent.

3) Yes, but not in brine.

4) Queen Elizabeth I, Frank Spencer, and the lift operator's voice in Are You Being Served.

5) Nothing, although you can keep Kendal Mint Cake in it.

6) A Trafalgar blue Morris Minor.

I won't tag any of you...

16 comments:

Rol said...

3. Surely not in sunflower oil? Eurghhh.

Lucy Fishwife said...

Actually, in spring water.

Steve said...

No I agree with no.3. I may make it my epitaph.

Lucy Fishwife said...

Or burial instructions.

Brother Tobias said...

1) Have you ever been flashed?
2) Where was that?
3) This one defeats me! (Have you ever been pickled?)
4) Your perfect partner would be a cross between...?
5) What would you give for a Porsche 911?
6) What is your ultimate pulling car?

Brother Tobias said...

(And yes, it was silly. Mea culpa. No more daisy chains for me, I promise)

Lucy Fishwife said...
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Lucy Fishwife said...

Sod it, I'm keeping the mystery. You have to guess what (if anything) the questions were. We like the silliness (C.Bing esq)

Reluctant Blogger said...

I always buy them in spring water too. They stopped doing the big tins for a while and I got very cross about it.

I LOVE Kendal Mint Cake - is there any left?

No.1 is rather intriguing.

Lucy Fishwife said...

I do have an occasional fatty soft spot for sunflower oil but you're right, the spring water beats it hands down. No1 was exactly what you think, but I was trying to keep the mystery...!

Titian red said...

Avignon - oh yum... may have to become my smell of choice especially now Bulgari have stopped "Black" Grrrrr, also feel tempted by "Nombril Immense" - altho somewhat doubtful about a perfume called "Huge tummybutton" (Maybe Babel Fish got it horrbly wrong ?)
Milan and Venice were amazing, being back here is not - hope the flu/cold/scrathyness is backing off - gargling with port was the recommendation of my choir mistress (enjoy !)

Tessa said...

Hi Lucy:

I have passed on to you a Kreativ Blogger award that I received, because I love your site. You can find it on my blog, if you care to stop by. Cheers.

Lucy Fishwife said...

TR - Welcome back! How was Milan? Currently unable to smell anything so very grumpy indeed... and yes, Nombril Immense does indeed mean Immense Bellybutton... mmm, linty!

Tessa - I am deeply honoured! Thanks very much! Am on my way over to you!

The Poet Laura-eate said...

I adore people who don't tag me so thanks Lucy!

French Fancy said...

I have the Jimmy McNulty admiration as well and you know you don't have to do a meme if you've done one recently. As read in the french fancy blogequette book.

Lucy Fishwife said...

Laura - Yes I noticed a distinct lack of enthusiasm for the meme and all its works.. Might still give you an award if you're lucky...

FF - thank you! I have committed several major blunders during my short blog life - all help gratefully received.