1. May 9 – Today is National Lost Sock Memorial Day. How many single socks do you have because the mate got lost?
Zero. My socks get two chances for their mates to show up. If the lost sock doesn’t return, it’s sent to the rag bag.
2. This month is National Bike Month (in the USA), do you own a bike? When is the last time your rode your bike?
I do not own a bike. It’s not true what they say. You can forget how to ride one, as I have. This is why I am voluntarily experiencing a bicycle deficit.
3. Of course we all know it is Masturbation Month. How are you celebrating?
I don’t need a special month for that, LMAO!! I’m not doing a single thing differently than I normally would.
4. As a kid, many of us would think or say, “I don’t ever want to be like my mom (or dad)!” Now that you are grown, which parent do you think you are most like.
I am absolutely much more like my father and thank the gods for that.
5. If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be?
I would not have been raised poor. Being poor inexorably altered the path of my life. Enduring merciless bullying every single day, in and out of school, due to the old hand-me-downs I wore.
Bonus: A lot of people do sexting. Do you ever have sexy talk with a real phone call? Do you rehearse what you are going to say or do it freestyle?
I don’t do sexting at all. (Regular readers will be very familiar with my citations of digital permanence.) Sexy fun times via phone? Sure. Why the heck not? Oddly, no, I don’t rehearse.
I say “oddly” because whenever possible I will run likely conversational scenarios, for people I plan to spend time with, working out probable things to say for each imagined situation. These rehearsals go a long way toward reducing my social anxiety. Just how one would go about rehearsing phone sex is beyond me. It’s organic and there are far too many variables thus making it impossible to work out even a fraction of all scenarios.
How to play TMI Tuesday: Copy the above TMI Tuesday questions to your webspace (i.e., a blog). Answer the questions there, then leave a comment on the TMI blog post, so we’ll all know where to read your responses.