Thank you to Rory (A Guy Called Bloke) for the Mystery Blogger tag.

What is the Mystery Blogger Award?
“The Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging, and they do it with so much love and passion.” – Okoto Enigma

 The Rules:
1. Put the award logo on your blog.
2. List the rules.
3. Thank whoever nominated you and include a link to their blog.
4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link to their blog as well.
5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.
6. Nominate 10-20 people.
7. Notify your nominees.
8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice, specifying one weird/funny question.
9. Share a link to your best post(s).

Rory set the following questions

Which is your least favourite mode of transportation?

Time Travel – complete waste of time.

Why, oh why why did the chicken cross the road?

Don’t know I don’t speak chicken, but the road was really pissed off.

What is the stupidest thing you have ever done – voluntarily?

Went to a fancy dress party dressed as a Can-Can dancer. This wasn’t the Moulin Rouge this was Hartlepool…. I got dressed up, makeup on and drove to the party. Unfortunately my car broke down and I had to walk a mile through Teesside’s streets of pain in the pouring rain feeling a tad out of place. My calves have never been the same but I did get TWO marriage proposals.

When you have left this planet, as in your life ends, what do you think is next ….?

Part of me secretly would like it to be the Moulin Rouge….

At what age do you think you actually became an adult?

Never going to happen.

And next

I do like the stupidest question. So please if your brave let me know your particular moment.

70 thoughts on “Mystery Blogger Award

  1. Any pictures of the outfit?
    Daftest thing I did was wear a fireman’s helmet and couldn’t see as I had it on the wrong way round. That was the night I propositioned my lift home with ‘Fifty quid for a good time?’ and got some stunned looks from my works colleagues as they’d never met/seen my husband before. Gave them something to talk and think about until Monday………………..

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  2. Most stupid thing? Of many,what immediately comes to mind is standing up, saying ‘no I’ fine’ after the nurse, who’d just injected my arse full of penicillin with a horse hypodermic, said, I’d give it five, if I was you…’ I awoke sprawled across the parquet with nurse laughing, a doctor checking the gash in my head and advising stitches, the head of admin at the surgery cursing my blood soaking into said parquet, while feeling like Godzilla had decided my testicles would make a fine pair of novelty maracas and had ripped them off. I was only there during my lunch hour for a holiday job in a hotel – I was a waiter – and they wouldn’t let me serve with the lesions on my face and bandage around my cranium – and that was with them politely ignoring the fact I could only walk sideways while pulling the material away from my crotch. I didn’t get paid.

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  3. Good to see talent being recognised and appreciated! 🙂 You deserve it.

    Not so sure that awards should carry an obligation with them though??

    (“Hey, i think you’re a great guy…… now do this to prove it”?? )

    Most stupid thing i ever did??

    Geez… that’s difficult to narrow it down, Sir. (You can fit a heck of a lot of really dumb stuff into 60 years!… almost without really trying!!) 🙂

    I’ll go for showing off what my newly acquired Mazda RX-7 could do around suburban streets to a couple of my mates (3 of us in what is basically a 2 seater sports car with a ‘parcel rack’ behind the bucket seats). Missed taking out another car and driver by inches because they had the good sense to brake in time even though they had the ‘right-of-way’. I had no chance of stopping at the speed i was travelling!

    This was back when i was young and stupid – before i became older and just slightly less stupid.🙄


  4. Hmm….you know, I don’t know if I’ve done any funny-stupid. More like cringe-stupid: my last night in Cork, hanging out with one of the other students and just going to some random person’s house populated only by guys. No clue where I was and drunk–like, aaaaaaaaaaall the hallmarks of a bad horror movie first victim situation. God was with me that night, and the student got me out of there before anything happened. Have never gotten that drunk since.

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    1. That was largely my uni days. I remember waking up one morning after helping to lay turf on a lads campus bedroom floor fuelled by some form of alcoholic liquid. Unfortunately I had decided to crash out on the roof of a lecture room prefab. Spookily the lecture I was supposed to be attending was underneath. So the class watched me rather unsteadily slide down the outside window. Crawl through the door and slump in the first seat available. Somehow I got an Upper Second Degree…

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