The Share Your World- writing challenge is brought to us each week by the lovely Cee via her Photography Blog. It consists of 4 questions she makes to get to know each other better.
These are this weeks’s questions:
What is your favorite couch potato activity: readings, watching movies, watching sports, napping, anything on TV, computer games, play cards, or other?
My favorite couch potato activity would be watching movies with my hubby with a sweet or savory snack involved. I prefer movies, but some TV (Hulu or Netflix) is good too. We like watching Downton Abbey, Sherlock, The Amazing Race, Master Chef, the Olympics, SNL, and “oldies” like Friday Night Lights and House.
What is your favorite toppings on pizza?
Cheese, cheese, cheese (buffalo mozzarella), tomatoes, artichoke hearts, prosciutto, extra virgin olive oil and herbs. Yep.
What is your favorite genre of movie or book?
I don’t think I have a specific genre, I’m all over the place. I love movies with travel themes and foreign lands and great photography such as The Darjeeling Limited, Midnight in Paris and Into The Wild. I also love feel good and quirky romantic comedies like Love Actually, Juno and Safety Not Guaranteed; sport movies like Remember the Titans and The Blind Side; hilarious comedies like Bridesmaids and Talladega Nights; thoughtful dramas like Good Will Hunting and Catch Me If You Can; complex dramas like Shutter Island and Inception; and film festival documentaries like A Matter of Taste and Cutie and The Boxer. I like movies a lot.
Books… same with the adventure and travel theme (Life of Pi) as well as fiction novels (e.g. Nick Hornby), not so much romance or comedies. Oh! and how could I forget Harry Potter, big fan here.
Do you prefer eating the frosting of the cake first?
Nah.. cake tastes better in combination with the frosting. Each separately is not as good as both together. There has to be enough frosting at the end to enjoy the last bite of the cake.
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Wonderful answers this week, I sure enjoyed reading them. 🙂