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Eleven & Smile

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:11 AM in , ,
Izdiher tagged me in her Eleven post, where she asks 11 questions and challenges you to create other 11 questions for whomever you want.

Here we go:

1.You look like?
When I was younger like Sinead O’Connor, I had very short hair and big blue eyes. The eyes remained but the hair is a bit longer now.

2.You live like?
Hm, what shall I answer to this? I live in a flat with my husband and our dog, Naila. Is this OK Izdiher?

3.Where are your keys?
In my bag during the weekends or in my laptop bag during working days.

4.How much money do you have in your pockets at a moment?
50 Euro

5.You love those places  where ......... ?
I can relax, strangely enough it can even be on the street, or in a spa, or on a mountain, or on a beach or …

6.Where is Africa?
Below Europe J

7.You are hooked  to?
Books, coffee and smiles

8.What came first egg or hen?
Tough question, can I answer both? :

9.Why Zebra  wears striped dress?
She wants to be fashionable

10.Why  sun is yellow?
Because it wants to be bright

11.Your dream bf/gf  is ?
I already found her, Moni.

Since today's theme under BFF is Smile, I did answered them in a funny way (I hope at least), and I thought that my questions should be a bit different:
  1. Have you ever imagined a world with no hypothetical situations?
  2. If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?
  3. Do fish get thirsty? 
  4. Why is Greenland made of ice and Iceland made of green grass?
  5. Why do they call the airport a terminal if flying is supposed to be safe?
  6. How did James Bond know if his martini was shaken and not stirred?
  7. Why is bra singular and panties plural?
  8. Why is the man who handles all your money called a broker?
  9. If the sky is the limit, then what is space?
  10. Can you cry under water?
  11. If you drink Pepsi at work in the Coke factory, will they fire you?
  12. Why are a "wise man" and a "wise guy" opposites?

As for whom to address this, I would actually let you decide, my readers. If you want to take it over, great! If you want to answer some in a comment, fine with me. You choose but what counts is to have fun!!!


Happy Friday, spring is just around the corner!


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15 Comments


LOL...Well, that put a smile on my face.


@Darlene - I am happy!


Can I borrow 50 euros? LOL I had a smile too.


@Belle - for you sure!


Dearest Claudia! This is what you need for the Scandinavian apple cake:

2 eggs
2 dl sugar
200 g butter (melted)
4 dl flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
4 apples, cinnamon (a lot!) and sugar
owen 175 degrees, 45 minutes.
Mix eggs and sugar until fluffy and white. Add butter and dry ingredients. Apples on the top, stick them deep inside. Cinnamon and sugar. Enjoy your cake with a good cup of coffee! Have a relaxed weekend Claudia! Hugs, Sofia.


This was fun! :D)


Okay, I smiled! Good job on the questions and the answers. ♥

If you try to fail; and succeed...you failed.

That's the only one I feel confident about! he he he I have a lot more experience in the failing department.


funny questions, claudia.

i think they named icy greenland and grassy iceland as such, to test teachers, because teachers are always testing kids.... ;-)


Those questions are just brilliant :-)


@Sofia - I guess I will make this today! Thank you so much
@Weissdorn - saw them, very well answered!
@KAT - happy then
@Jo - you are no failure in my eyes
@Danneromero - could be, who knows!
@Sarah - thank you my dear!


life is good!! enjoy your weekend!


Now there are some questions to ponder, and some really did bring a smile! :D

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com


I never thought of these, but I have thought of the toothbrush. It was invented in East Tennessee (Hillbilly country). I know because if it weren't, it would be called the "teethbrush."

Joyce
http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/


@Momto8 - indeed!
@Kathy - that was my intention, glad it worked :)
@Joyce - LOL

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