9/17/07

Tuesday's Question!



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Tuesday's Question! (Happy Clap!)

Tomorrow's question is a good one! Want a hint?

Have you read many books or seen many movies lately?

Oops, I guess I shouldn't ask a question with a question, ...or

answer a question with a question? Well...let me say, I think
a great way to meet people is to ask questions. It's also a great way to have, well...fun!

I love characters in books and movies because they entertain us with people and situations we can relate too! Art imitates life, and well, books and movies are art, ...but of course you know that. Anyway, the characters in books and movies often share mannerisms, ideas, values, and many other characteristics with us, and people close to us. Have you ever seen or read about a character in a film, or book that reminds you of someone you know? Or better yet yourself?

Yes, I know, you have haven't you? One of my friends has given each member of our group of high school buddies the name of the character we remind them of on the situation comedy, Friends.

She refers to me as Rachael, ...yes, I know at dingy head, and my friend isn't too far off base. That is because, again, art imitates life! Not to get all wordy or anything.

So ...I thought... what a good way to understand the people we communicate with via the internet, especially my blogging buddies, whose voices and mannerisms we cannot see, I thought we could, ...wait a minute!


I can't ask the question! You'll have to be here tomorrow at 8 am for that!

Have a great nights sleep, and I'll see you in the AM! :)

10 comments:

polliwog said...

I can't wait! :-)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Oh! Polli! I can't can't either and I'm so glad you're coming! You were my first favorite answerer when I used to pick a winner! The post for it is still in my archives. Did you ever read it? If not, let me know and I'll give you the url. I know you will add so much fun! Thanks, o.k.?

See you tom. :))

Ann

polliwog said...

Ann, please do send me the URL. I can't remember answering any of your questions except for the best line from a book or move one. Forgive me Ann, I must have forgotten what I said, am I missing a joke here? Who is Tom? HAHAHAHA!

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Hey,

It is Tom.! Here's the url. The question was "What's your favorite dialogue from a novel or movie?" I really enjoyed writing it and liked your answer.
http://aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com/2007/08/tuesdays-commnets-what-is-your-favorite.html

I hope it works- :)

Ann

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

/2007/08/tuesdays-commnets-what-is-your-favorite.html

I'm sorry Polli, here's the last part of it. LOL! I hope you find it-

Ann

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

I swear I cannot get this right. It's dated for August 18 under Tuesday's Commnents, and listed in my labels under the title. I really would like you to read it- :) Ann



/2007/08/tuesday
s-commnets-what-is-your-favorite.html

polliwog said...

Ann, I have found and read it. Wow. You brought tears to my eyes with the kind things you said. Thank you so much. Sorry I'm so ditzy today. :-)

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