Have you been tagged?

The lovely Angela Wallace has just tagged me on her blog in what’s called a meme.  As far as I can gather, it’s like a chain letter for bloggers.  Here we go…

Do you think you’re hot? I have a pretty attractive brain…I can’t prove it to you, but trust me, it’s smokin’.

Upload a picture or wallpaper that you’re using at the moment. I switch between dreamy scenery and fantasy scenes for my desktop wallpaper.

When was the last time you ate chicken meat? Yesterday…home made chicken soup nom nom

What were you thinking as you were doing this? That somebody probably should’ve thought up a better question than “when was the last time you ate chicken meat”.  In fact, I’m going to ask TWO new questions to make up for this travesty:

If you had to make a choice between never being able to read again, or never being able to write again, which would you choose? I think I’d have to go with never writing again.  I found a loophole you see…If I could read and still find inspiration to create stories…then I could just tell them and get someone else to write them.  I’m pretty clever like that.

If you could domesticate any wild animal, what would it be? A lion.  Because they’re like giant dogs, but cats.  If you haven’t heard of Christian the Lion watch this video:

Do you have nicknames? What are they? Not really. Can’t really do much with Katy.  I’ve had someone call me Kitty Kat Katy, while others just don’t understand the whole Katy with a ‘y’ thing as it’s not a common spelling in Australia, so they call me Kathy – no I didn’t forget how to spell my name douchebag, there’s no ‘h’ there for a reason!  One friend calls me Kat-why to emphasise the ‘odd’ spelling of my name.

Tag 8 blogging friends…

  1. Stef
  2. Angela
  3. Kate
  4. Danielle
  5. Charlotte
  6. Gabriellan
  7. Gajjex
  8. Andrew G. Cooper

Who’s listed as No. 1? Stef.  Our inner nannas have proclaimed us kindred spirits!  She also has a great blog over at dodging commas with some excellent writing tips amongst other great reads.

Say something about No. 5. I enjoy reading Charlotte’s posts, particularly what she had to say about females in fantasy.

How did you get to know No. 3? My NaNoWriMo writing buddy! We ‘met’ blogging through WordPress and we’ll be keeping each other motivated when we participate in NaNoWrMo this year.

How about No. 4. Again, through blogging.  Danielle is a 23 year old from Ireland and I love her accent. I’ve never actually heard it, but I love all Irish accents.

Leave a message for No. 6. Very impressed with the quality of your writing at such a young age.

Leave a lovey dovey message for No. 2. Roses are red, violets are blue, I’m sending blog love, right back at you.

Do No. 7 and No. 8 have any similarities? They are both very encouraging and supportive of my blog, and both have impressive blogs of their own.  They are also both male, which I think is worth mentioning, for no other reason than this list is 75% female.

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13 comments on “Have you been tagged?

  1. You are too funny. I like the questions you added. I would have to go with never reading again, because I can always read what I write. And if I could domesticate a wild animal, it would be a wolf–self-sufficient yet protective, without all the annoying dog qualities like incessant licking.

    • A wolf! Very good choice! I thought about never reading again and just reading what I write, but then I considered that I still don’t have enough faith in what I write, which could potentially become disastrous!

  2. Nice to be mentioned, although I’ve re-launched my blog-thing to verbali.se ;) Sort of brougth my photography and writing together, kind of. As always, an interesting read. ;)

  3. Thanks for tagging me! I’ve been obsessing over this whole Nano thing and have been absent from the blogosphere for a few days, so sorry for the belated post.

    I do miss going by Katy, but I definitely do not miss being called Kathy. I got that all the time as a child, because the “y” spelling is not common in the States either.

    Irish accents are incredible even the indecipherable ones.

    • No problem! Haha…I haven’t even had a chance to think about NaNo for a few days now. Any reason people started calling you Kate instead of Katy?

      Irish accents are the best!

  4. Hahaha thank you for that compliment! As Kate said in the comment above, many Irish accents are indecipherable – even to me!

    Thanks for linking to me in your blog! :)

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