October 14, 2009

Things You May Not Know, Part II


I'm a spelling bee champ.



I know more about college football than some of the men I work with.



I think less of people who use bad grammar.



Forrest Gump is my favorite movie.



I'm a great listener.



I could eat chips and dip every day.



I have seen every episode of Smallville,



Gilmore Girls



and Friends.



I like big butts, and I cannot lie.




Things You May Not Know, Part I
Things You May Not Know, Part III

10 comments:

Mighty M said...

Nice list. I have issues with bad grammer too! Happy Wednesday!

Kimi said...

I have issues with grammar. I hate to bite my tongue to keep from correcting people sometimes.

Amber said...

I have also seen every episode of Gilmore Girls & Friends. I wish they were still going strong! Well the reruns are at least...

I could make chips & dip into a meal. For real. Like Chili's queso...yummm!

Ashley said...

LOL.

I think less of people who use bad grammar too. Ugh. Makes me think they're totally stupid.

Kristina P. said...

I do love me some delicious chips and dip.

valentine said...

i LOVE chips and salsa. i could care less about the mexican food that comes with it, just keep the chips coming.

i own the entire 10 seasons of friends and the special edition last episode on DVD. yeah, i think i might like friends.

and i HATE when people use bad grammar, i mean, how hard is it?

JennyMac said...

love chips and sauce...and despise bad grammar.

And love to talk some football too. good for you hotpants! Great list.

Just say Julie said...

I have every episode of friends, plus the boxed sets and I still have to watch it every afternoon on CW. Does that mean I have a problem? :)

Love your assortment of facts! Good to know.

Allyson said...

i'm with you on the grammer thing. it bugs the crap out of me!

i'm a friends fan too! i have their whole DVD collection. took me a few years, but i can say it's finally complete! woohoo!

Karen said...

In sixth grade, I didn't want to get made fun of so I purposely threw the Spelling Bee.