Monday, October 27, 2008

me me me meme


I was tagged by both Pete and Steve on the same day last week.

Do I look like a natural victim??

Luckily the tasks were very similar - so I'll give you two for the price of one.

Both require six facts about ME.

It seems that Pete's facts should be a bit trivial whereas Steve's should be more of a revelation.

Here goes.... old regular readers may not find anything new. But hey - just humour me please.

1: I passed my driving test in Wigan at the age of seventeen. I was wearing my school uniform.

2: Since a bad bang to the head 12 years ago I have been about 95% anosmic.

3: I have never seen "The Sound of Music". Though I saw Julie Andrews performing at Butlins when I was a kid.

4: I met my ex husband (the jaaaaaaz fan) when I had to teach his science classes on my first teaching practice.He was very keen to help with my experiments.

5: When browsing round Top Shop or River Island I always keep the words 'mutton' and 'lamb' in mind. Even so I have been brave enough to wear leggings again - with boots.

6: These days I find myself lusting after the managers almost as much as the players.


I'd love to tag someone else ... but I won't.
KAZ

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27 Comments:

Blogger I, like the view said...

fascinating

(but how on earth have you managed never to see tSoM?)(and even tho you've not seen it, can you sing the songs anyway?)

9:36 am  
Blogger Dave said...

I would never dream of revealing any facts about me on my blog.

10:00 am  
Blogger scarlet-blue said...

These days I find myself lusting.
Sx

10:37 am  
Blogger Vicus Scurra said...

1) Can we have a picture of you in school uniform please?
2) A bang on the head made you unsure about the existence of God?
3) I should hope not. I've never seen Julie Andrews nor been to Butlins.
6) Do the players lust after the managers more than you? I wish they would concentrate on playing football.

10:52 am  
Blogger Geoff said...

Does the lack of ability to smell mean you don't taste things the way you used to?

A Tottenham vs Man Utd match would mean you keep your eyes on the pitch, surely.

1:29 pm  
Blogger MJ said...

These days I find myself lusting after Vicus but then who doesn't?

1:47 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

View:
It sort of slipped me by - when it was first released I was a cool schoolgirl.
After that it became a bit of a 'thing'.

Yes - and I'd love to do the dressing up.

Dave:
You are a complete enigma .. or should that be enema?
(checks OED) no I was right first time.

Scarlet - Blue:
Good innit?
They can't get you for it.

Vicus:
1) Yes - there will be 495 other students on it plus one boy who ran round and appeared at both ends.
2) Don't be daft - that would have been 99%.
3) Julie was entertaining the commoners long before Hollywood beckoned.
4) I know how View feels now .
Do you mean lust after the managers more than they lust after me or lust after the managers more than I lust after the managers?
Ha Ha

Geoff:

That's how I first knew for sure.
My beloved pizza tasted like cardboard. I lost a lot of weight, but now I've readjusted.

Redknapp and Sir Alec wouldn't win a beauty competition. But they're sexier than Rooney.

mj:
Which team does he manage?

2:19 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

Kool!

Come on over, I've got The Sound of Music on dvd

2:53 pm  
Blogger Steve said...

I had to look up the word "anosmic". It sounds vaguely hippyish - I'm anosmic, man - but I guess it's no fun and not much use (unless you were a hippy - lack of smell would be a great advantage). Do you feel the pass mark on your driving test was in any way influenced by the school uniform? Was your instructor in uniform also? I'm picturing Adolf Hitler in leather ledenhosen, announcing, "Now ven I hit ze dashboard with zis copy of Meinkampf I vould like you to perform ze emergency stop!"

2:58 pm  
Blogger Murph said...

Didn't they introduce the Orrell Examination in the Wigan Area?

(Please excuse the standard - I'm just coming round from Anaesthetic)

3:06 pm  
Blogger tom909 said...

Well Kas, those six facts have really helped - I feel like I really know you now! I particularly warmed to you when I read that you hadn't seen the SoM, and then of course, the school uniform sealed the deal.

5:14 pm  
Anonymous NiC said...

There's a very knowing look going on there between Thiery and Arsene....what is that shirt hiding?

5:23 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Pete:
Now why doesn't that surprise me?
Just about to click on Ryanair.com

Steve:
The bloke wasn't really like Hitler - but he was patronising - " Now dear - just because you've passed your test doesn't mean you can ....blah blah".
I nearly hit him with my hockey stick.

Murph:
Orrell - wow you know your Lancashire suburbs.
The sixties orrell involved being asked stopping distances by the examiner and taking a wild guess.

Hope it wasn't too painful chuck.

Tom:
SoM makes it sound a bit X rated doesn't it.
And just what is it about you guys and school uniform?

NiC:
ME!!!
(In my dreams.)

5:32 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

Yay! I'm home all day.

6:33 pm  
Blogger tony said...

An anagram of "anosmic" is "am sonic" which is cool eh?

9:12 pm  
Blogger SSS said...

I'm always amazed to find people who've never seen the Sound of Music. Then again I've never seen a James Bond film and apparently I'm a freak.

6:42 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Pete:
Maybe I didn't see The Sof M, but I did see *Hans Christian Anderson*.

Tony:
Well - perhaps it's cool in Hebden Bridge.

sss:
I once had a long conversation with a young sales assistant in HMV.
It was all about what we hadn't seen.
Very bonding.

1:43 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

poor you, he was not a pretty man

3:44 pm  
Blogger Donn Coppens said...

What a coinky-dink?
I'm 95% agnostic too!

6:22 pm  
Blogger garfer said...

At least you have a good 'nose' for a blog.

9:37 pm  
Blogger Flaming Nora said...

Never mind the football managers, it's that lovely fella off Sky Sports that I want.

10:28 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Pete:
I wouldn't know - but Danny Kaye had some great songs.
(sings) "Wonderful Wonderful Copenhagen" ....and on ....and on

Donnn:
Coinky - dink.
Now there's a phrase you don't often hear in the North West of England.
But that could change now that I know what it means.

Garfer:
Well I visit your blog often enough.
Perhaps you should invest in some Air Wick.

Nora:
But I don't get Sky Sports.
Good excuse for a trip to the pub.

7:58 am  
Anonymous NiC said...

Heh, heh...and they look happy to share you Kaz.

As they should.

9:45 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Yes - but unfortunately they only seem to have eyes for each other
:0(

4:25 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

I don't believe I know that one. I have heard of Danny Kaye though.

7:40 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Don't blame me - it's here

7:52 am  
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