Sunday, March 16, 2008

7 (non-stitchy) random things

Sweet Bee tagged me for this one, and so here's 7 random things about me, hopefully I haven't shared any of these before. For your reading interest (or not).

1. My fingernails grow really quickly and I can't stand having long nails, so I've been known to hack them off with whatever scissors are handy.
2. I can play the clarinet, flute, saxophone and oboe. What I'd really like to be able to play is the violin, guitar and piano.
3. I have a weird phobia of stick insects. There was one in the lounge room last night, and I couldn't sit still until Mr Stitchy had put it outside.
4. I used to be scared of the dentist, but I got over that in 2006.
5. My favourite tv at the moment is 'Dexter' and 'My Name is Earl'.
6. My least favourite celebrities - Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise.
7. I hate chewing gum and can't do it for more than a few seconds without wanting to swallow it.

Tagging? Who hasn't done this yet? Then you're IT!! Leave me a comment if you've done the meme too.

5 comments:

star said...

oh my gosh me too!! i can't stand walking sticks!! those bugs are sooo creepy! they've always scared me. ever since i was little. i was always afraid to sit outside on my grandparents porch because there was a good chance there would be a walking stick around. i don't know if that's what you call them, but that's what we always called them. my husband thinks i'm weird for being afraid of them.

sweetjessie said...

I just did the meme today, too!

Miss Paula said...

I have to agree with you on 6 and 7!! Oh and bugs too!!

little red hen said...

I'd love to know how you overcame your fear of the dentist. I rely on large doses of vallium to get through the door and never make an appointment unless I am in acute pain!!!!

Drewzel said...

LRH, I think the key to it is finding a dentist that understands, tries to make you feel comfortable, and doesn't hurt too much when they give the injections to numb your gums. But I had to take moral support, and didn't go back until I had a giant abcess and needed a root canal. So I'm all for moral support and lots of painkillers. But it's worth it to have happy teeth!