Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Procrastination = Me!Me!

ramblin' girl (or, as those of us in "the know" like to call her, RG) has officially tagged me with the following, and as I worked super hard yesterday and am therefore casting around for things to do today...what could be a better time than this? (Note: do not believe for one second that I worked too hard to read the brand spankin' newly updated Best of Craigslist yesterday.)

Pick 5 of the following questions and then complete the sentences. Then pass it on to 3 more of your blog friends! (No tag backs allowed.)

If I could be a scientist?
If I could be a farmer?
If I could be a musician?
If I could be a doctor?
If I could be a painter?
If I could be a gardener?
If I could be a missionary?
If I could be a chef?
If I could be an architect?
If I could be a linguist?
If I could be a psychologist?
If I could be a librarian?
If I could be an athlete?
If I could be a lawyer?
If I could be an inn-keeper?
If I could be a professor?
If I could be a writer?
If I could be a llama-rider?
If I could be a bonnie pirate?
If I could be an astronaut?
If I could be a world famous blogger?
If I could be a justice on any one court in the world?
If I could be married to any current famous political figure?

In no particular order, here are my choices:

If I could be a bonnie pirate, I'd wear Anne Bonny perfume, drink spiced rum, dye my hair red, and get lots of ink, which would go nicely over my pirate tan. I'd sail to the South and attack cruise ships, dispatching all the squabbling fat-cat guests to the bottom of the ocean and pressing one cute boy from each ship into my sevice--probably from the wait staff. The rest of the staff (hey, I have a soft spot in my hear for service staff) would be paid a little something and left on the nearest island.

If I could be a world famous blogger, I'd die happy.

If I could be married to any current famous political figure, I'd be married to Dubya (really!) and undermine him from within. Can you imagine what a really evil woman could do as the First Lady? I'd sleep with the vice president and all the Senate, pit the Republican party leads against one another, make them fight duels, get the president thrown out of office and make the entire party implode.

If I could be a librarian, I'd fight for free speech, start aggressive reading programs, secretly pass out revolutionary material to liberals, allow revolutionary elements of all kinds to meet in the library, and start a propaganda war against Bush from which he would never recover.

If I could be a doctor, I'd work in impoverished countries with kids--I'd try to keep them well and fed, try to give them a better life, and hope they do good things with it.

Whew! Good thing I'm slacking off today.

AND...I tag...

The World Against Me, and
They Call Me Lizzurd, and
Julie (In Toronto!)

because all of these people are awesome, and I selfishly want more from them. Isn't that the whole point of tagging?

7 comments:

ramblin' girl said...

sorry... so how's Titan feeling?

GlitterGlamGirl05 said...

That's the fun of a tag I guess! : )

Aarwenn said...

Sorry for what? I enjoyed that tag very much. :)

And yes, Titan is feeling MUCH better. We went for a big long walk yesterday--not as cool as your gorgeous hike, but very nice, over trails and through woods and down to a beach and back up. (And my glutes feel it today.)

ramblin' girl said...

SO glad Titan is better!

kiwi said...

psh. whatever, taggy mctaggerton. I didn't want to play anyway.

I found your selections disappointing in their short sightedness, as three out of them at least vaguely related to some kind of political malarkey that wouldn't have mattered to you ten years ago, and hopefully won't matter ten years from now.

And sleeping with the senate would take up a lot of time, unless you were gonna drop down and make like a circus seal. *mimes circus seal neck motion*

:0

Anonymous said...

by the way, the link for the world is against me doesn't work. link sinner.

Aarwenn said...

Uh, hello, only TWO of my posts dealt with politics, the third was just vaguely idealistic. :) And I fixed The World Against Me's link.