土曜日, 10月 30, 2004

Warm and fuzzy meme

At the risk of looking like I'm fishing for compliments, I'll try this little game...from a friend's livejournal...

1. Tell me one thing you love about me.

2. Tell me two things you love about yourself.

3. Look through the comments. When you see someone you know, tell them three things you love about them.

4. Do this in your journal so I can tell you what I love about YOU.


  • At 10:36 午後, Blogger Matt said…

    OK, I don't really know you well enough to throw love around, but let's suppose that they're all replaced by "really like". And also, I don't know anything about you except what's written here...

    1. The fact that you read Japanese better than me but blog about it in English

    2. (I had trouble coming up with printable ones here) The general success of my efforts to live golden-rule style. My ability to grow a beard quickly and thoroughly.

    3. First!

    4. No way.

  • At 2:40 午後, Blogger butterflyblue said…

    1. Thanks, but I'm not so sure I read Japanese better than you.
    2. You have a beard?! I want to see a picture.
    3. First!
    4. No way. -Oh come on, what's the worst that could happen? Well I'm kind of embarrassed about it too, especially since you're the only one to post any comments here and as you said, you don't even know me, but I thought it might be kind of a laugh and there's no need to take it seriously.

  • At 10:18 午後, Blogger Matt said…

    The worst that could happen is that while posting the questions I flex a finger the wrong way and ruin my hands! No typing! No banjo! No video games ever again!

    I can't take that chance.

  • At 10:06 午後, Blogger homodachi said…

    1. On the talent end, I love your writing style. It doesn't start out fast and flashy like journalisting writing, but it *leads* me from topic to topic (without dragging me, as academic writing tends to do), and makes me want to read what you're going to say next.
    On a more personal note, I love how you're always up to try new things. It is so refreshing to hear a "sure!" to an out-there suggestion: so many people pause, cringe, and say, "I don't know....." to new experiences. :)

    2. No.

    3. Matt, I don't really know you, but I always find something entertaining whenever I visit your blog. :)

    4. No. :)



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