Thursday, February 28, 2008

The Thursday Q & A

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I'm not going to grill you too intensely today. I'm not in the mood, and neither are you. Just answer the following and you're off the hook for another week.

1. How in love are you right now?
(a) Intensely
(b) Somewhat
(c) Not at all

2. Is the person you're in love with a perfect match for you?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) I haven't a clue

3. Are your and your lover's thoughts on just about every issue in sync?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) I don't even know what that means

4. Are you and your lover so attuned that you can finish each other's thoughts/sentences?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Why would we want to?

5. How many times during the day do you think of your lover?
(a) A jillion times
(b) A dozen times
(c) Once or twice

And now you're invited to take this little quiz to ascertain which super hero you should be dating.



30 comments:

Jack K. said...

I just stumbled upon this at stumbleupon.com. Thought you might get a chuckle.

Be on the lookout for terrorists with pinkeye and leprosy. Also, they tend to rub their hands together manically.

lol

Serena Joy said...

Interesting, Jack.:D

Mona said...

are those sequins on your black sweater Serena?

You call that grilling 'not intense' ? ( rolls eyes)

PS> what is a 'jillion'?

Serena Joy said...

Yes, those are assorted sequins and sparkly beads.

A jillion is a number falling somewhere between 1 and pi, most often contemplated in a somnambulistic state of mind.:)

Charles said...

1. How in love are you right now?
(c) Not at all

2. Is the person you're in love with a perfect match for you?
(a) Yes

3. Are your and your lover's thoughts on just about every issue in sync?
(c) I don't even know what that means

4. Are you and your lover so attuned that you can finish each other's thoughts/sentences?
(d) Only if I shut up and stop thinking.

5. How many times during the day do you think of your lover?
(d) I have no lover.

Damn, what is up with these questions, you did say, "I'm not going to grill you too intensely today," did you not?

Mona said...

It says Superman is my 67 % match,

Batman 65 % & hulk is 64 % :D

Those new glasses are cool Serena!

Serena Joy said...

Hell if I know, Charles. It's not a full moon, it's not PMS -- so I have no explanation for why those questions popped into my head. Early onset dementia, perhaps?:-)

Superman might be a pretty cool date, Mona. It definitely wouldn't be a dull evening. Thanks about the glasses.:)

leelee said...

Spider-Man
65.8% Match
Spider-Man is perfect for you. He's totally nerdy and always cracking jokes. And cute! A date at the museum or a movie would be right up his alley. Don't expect to spend the whole evening together though, Spider-Man's known for ducking out early.
Other Close Matches:

Beast
Beast (65.2%)

Cable
Cable (65.2%)



hmmm..I have to find out who beast and cable are...(never heard of those guys)

~gag~ I answered YES to all your questions 'cept for the last one cuz we work together..so I don't have to think of him..he's right here...what can I say...I love the guy!

Love that sweater!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Corn Dog said...

1. How in love are you right now?
(a) Intensely

2. Is the person you're in love with a perfect match for you?
(b) No

3. Are your and your lover's thoughts on just about every issue in sync?
(b) No. We are both very head strong.

4. Are you and your lover so attuned that you can finish each other's thoughts/sentences?
(a) Yes
Comes from years of living together

5. How many times during the day do you think of your lover?
(b) A dozen times
Sometimes more. Sometimes less. Not a zillion. If he is fixing something special for dinner I fixate. Not a pretty thought. The way to my heart is through my stomach?

Corn Dog said...

I got The Beast as my superhero. He looks like a dog. Never heard of him. It says bring a lint brush to our date. Story of my life.

Serena Joy said...

Spidey's kinda cute, Leelee.:) I don't know who Beast and Cable are, either. Although, if Cable is Larry the Cable Guy, that IS the Beast. Oh, my -- careful there. Too many yesses can trigger one's gag reflex.:-)

#5 sure would work for me, CD. You and Mr. CD sound like a perfect match to me.:)

Serena Joy said...

Oh, dear, CD. Beast looks like a dog? I guess I wouldn't mind spending the date brushing him as long as he's a CUTE dog.:D

Kanrei said...

My Super Hero Lover is
Black Canary 65.2% Match
Long legs, leather, and fishnet stockings. You are in for one night you will never forget. Just be careful not to show her too good of a time. If you make her scream, it'll knock your head off.

The other stuff I am abstaining from. That V-day is long past for now.

Charles said...

Beast is one of Marvel's X-Men, Cable is the son of Cyclops and Jean Grey, who are fellow X-Men, the three of them were part of the original X-Men who also included The Angel and The Iceman.

Yeah, I know, I'm a comic book nerd.

Serena Joy said...

Black Canary, Kan? I've never heard of her. She sounds like a pretty interesting date, though. It's okay to abstain, babe. It is pretty icky-mushy, I'll grant you.:)

Thank you for the primer, Charles. I HAVE heard of X-Men.:)

P.S. to Leelee -- you can borrow the sweater any time.:)

Charles said...

Considering that they made a few movies of the X-Men, I would hope you'd heard of them. The movies were cool, but like most movies, the (comic) books are better. ;)

Comics have been the source of some of the most successful movies made. Let's see, Superman, Batman, The X-Men, The Road to Perdition, are a few. The Wachowski brothers of Matrix fame used to create comic books.

Serena Joy said...

Shoot, I grew up on comic books, Charles, albeit admittedly not the X-Men. Certainly Superman, though, and a bunch of others. Remember Archie and Veronica, or was that before your time?:)

VE said...

Sorry, I don't do mush...

I'm in San Diego right now anyway. Another vacation. Nice weather here, about 70. Cheers.

Serena Joy said...

VE, I hate you. It barely got up to freezing here today and I've shivered miserably -- which is probably why my brain turned to mush. Okay, I don't hate you, provided you're in San Diego on business. Cheers.:-)

Charles said...

Certainly not. The Archie comics weren't really what I liked though, I liked the superhero comics, because they solved problems, and I (mis)learned some science as I read them. I thought the Archie comics were OK, but I didn't buy them, the humor was too juvenile. In fact I think that even Mona used to read Archie. They probably are still publishing it, I know I've seen Archie cartoons within the last couple of years.

G-Man said...

1..a
2..a
3..a
4..a
5..a

My Super Hero match is 100% Underdog!!

I'm going on Vacation for 10 days Sherry, will you miss me?

See Ya...G
xoxox

Serena Joy said...

Yeah, Charles, "Archie" was pretty juvenile. Of course, I was a juvenile at the time -- and a girl.:-) Are they really still publishing them? I had no idea.

Underdog, G? Good grief.:D Yes, I know you're off in the A.M. for 10 days. And sure I'll miss you.:-)

Mona said...

Hey! I know Archie humor is Juvenile .And although I collected about more than 300 Archie comics, I hardly read most of them.
Charles, you know very well I had an issue there! & that was just because when I was twelve, my elder bossy and controlling sister, never let me touch hers, since she thought that all the kissing & the " semi nude beach scenes" in them would " influence" me adversely. So later when I was able to afford them, I just bought them for the heck of it with a vengeance!

The only comic books I love are Asterix & calvin & hobbes.

Do you have Asterix in America Serena? They are CLASSY!

Mona said...

hehehe. Galen, you have gotto have a Super heroine match there! =)

Charles, Come on REVEAL who your super heroine is! I would love to know that secret! phhhuuulllleeeeaaassseeee!

NYD said...

Well, I believe that I will just plea the fifth on this one, SJ.

Life may not be perfect, but I don't want to rock the boat.

Charles said...

Perhaps, this answers the question.

Charles said...

Here's a surprisingly large number:
10 to the power of pi cubed = 10,145,575,341,375,117,714,930,863,505,056.
That's over 10 nonillion!

Serena Joy said...

I know Calvin & Hobbes, Mona, but I'm not at all familiar with Asterix.:)

I know, NYD; rocking the boat ain't good. I'd do well to remember that myself sometimes.:)

Ack! I can't even process that number, Charles.:)

Skunkfeathers said...

1. The answer to that one is (a); since I last saw her 26 years ago, the answers to 2-5 are most likely (c).

Dating a super heroine? Not something I much imagined, since I was always averse to dating any woman who could body slam me. But curiosity won out, and my test results are:

Best match: Kitty Pryde (?)
Runner up: Arana (??)
2nd Runner up: Lois Lane (???!!?)

Never heard of the first two, but wager they could body slam me. LOIS LANE? Who is this test KIDDING? I don't fly, leap tall buildings in single bounds, or wear Clark Kent glasses. Nor do I wanna go mano a mano with her boyfriend in blue/red.

Oh well...bachelorhood ain't a total loss...

Serena Joy said...

LOL, Skunkfeathers. I don't think I'd want to go out with Miss Lane, either.:)