10/31/07

If You Could Choose A Magical Power, What Would It be? My Readers Response



Way to go Samantha! Wouldn't it be great to be Samantha, I Dream Of Jeanie, Wonder Woman, etc... just for one day? For one thing, I wouldn't have to regret the way I phrased yesterdays Question. I complicated it by including "super hero" and "magical power" in the same sentence. Which would have been a problem at all if I could "stop and start time" as Patois from Whee All The Way Home suggested as her magical power. I need to remember to stick to the original Tuesday's Question format, and ask one question every week, instead of three!

Oh well, fiddle de de dum, "I shan't think of it today, I'll think of it tomorrow" or whatever Scarlett said, another super hero of mine, besides Samantha, of course. Wait a minute... there I go again, Samantha was not a super hero, she had magical powers, geez... Although, I guess she can also be my super hero, as all of you who play Tuesday's Question are my heroes.

Anyway, If I didn't scare everyone off for next week, I plan on returning to posting one question, at a time, I promise.

Thanks to all of you for answering my THREE questions as if you had all the time in the world.

Here are my true super heroes comments with a link to their blogs. Links you should visit, if you haven't already, because you'll quickly see for yourself why I think of them/you as magical people.




Here is my first comment from my super hero as well as magical friend, From Sandee from Comedy Plus:

Wonder Woman's lasso of truth. I would love that. Can't lie to me!


Well, let me see. This is going to be a big shock, but it's Tom Selleck that I would like to take out on the town. Oh yeah!

Storm from X-Men because I like being the leader. Okay, she's hot too and that's a plus.

Fun questions Ann! I enjoyed your answers. I'd love to know more about why you chose Will Ferrel and Cheri OTeri. I LOVED those two on SNL.






Next is the hilarious and sweet Polli from Polliwog's Pond,


Fun questions Ann! I enjoyed your answers. I'd love to know more about why you chose Will Ferrel and Cheri OTeri. I LOVED those two on SNL. My answers. Superpower: I would like the ability to make anything happen by blinking like Jeannie in I Dream Of Jeannie. I loved that show when I was little! Celebrity to take on the town: I'd like to go out with my women bloggy buddies like you, Christy and Mimi. Superhero I am most like: I guess I'd have to pick Wonder Woman because she was based on the legends of the Amazon Women, and at nearly 6 feet tall, I probably look like an Amazon Woman. LOL

The funny and wonderful student and Mom, (talk about guts) Janice, from Twist And Skewer

I could answer this question many ways, but I'll stick to two. Because I am a college student I wish I had a photogenic memory. Because I am a mother to teens and a wife I wish I could have the invisibility power. Muahahahaha. :)

And of course, My buddy Patois, from Whee All The Way Home who spoke of the "stop and start time"magic I quoted.


I'm going to have to go for being able to stop and start time, including going back in time. I'll be taking Bruce Springsteen with me wherever I go. In fact, I'll spend my time back in time going to his concerts. I guess I'm most like Samantha Stevens, then, as she could go back and forth in time. (I'm recalling the colonial times, for example, when she was locked up.) Great questions, Ann.


My good friend Marja, from Dutchcorner

Hi Ann Oh what a funnie question. I always liked to have a magic wand. To change lot of things with a single touch. For example tidy my home with one tick. So a wizard would be good. I don't want celebreties to go out with. Don't know which ones are to be fun with in real life any way. You count as a celebrity so there you go.

And last, but certainly not least the hilarious Winston from Eat Your Maths. Winston didn't just wish to have powers, he acted them out!

Ann!!! Hope u got my comment... It's highly embarrassing, I dunno why, maybe it did not get through. Hmm..

Mine was Power Rangers. Full of justice, Mr Fong watched it and worshipped it when he was young, and used a stick to hit the TV, right smack where the bad Power Ranger stood. Ouch.

My parents were out, so...

I did more. I tried to spray Sprite on it (what a waste of money, LOL...), but shook it so vigorously out of anger that it exploded over myself before I could spray it on the Naughty, Horrible and Terrible Power Ranger!!!


Thank you all for taking the time out of your busy days to leave your lively and imaginative comments to Tuesdays Question. Have a fun day!

10 comments:

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Very fun question this week Ann. I so enjoy participating each week. Have a great day and Halloween my friend. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Sandee, I'm so glad because you truly are one of my heroes, no kidding. Thanks for saying that because they seem to be getting harder and harder to keep fresh, and I care what you think. Plus, you are Tuesday's Question! You have a happy Halloween too, my friend :))

Hugs, Ann

mr fong said...

Hahaha :) You are an inquisitive person, for u always ask the funniest questions that probe and make me think.

Glad to think of something apart from Maths, lol!

Sorry posted one comment here, and one on the previous one.. :(

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Winston, You're as smart about people as you are about math. I am terrible inquisitive. When I start asking questions, you can do what my son does. Either make something up to tell me, tell me the truth, or tell me to mind my own business. (lol) I guess you've told me the answer on the other post? (LOL) I just have to know if the television survived. Laugh.

Thanks for putting up with me, Winston :)

Ann

Patois said...

So enjoyed reading the answers. A good one question, for sure!

Marja said...

Popped over to read the answers, as fun as the question. have a nice day.

david mcmahon said...

A really bewitching post! Came here from Misty's blog.

Cheers from Australia.

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Patois, I'm so glad you enjoyed reading the comments. Since you and my other readers contributions are what make Tuesday's Question such fun! Thanks for playing~

Ann

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Marja, Thank you Marja, and you have a great day too. Same thing to you that I said to Patois. You are part of what makes this weekly question post such fun! Thank you for playing~

L, Ann

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

David,I'm glad you stopped by. I love Misty's blog. I'm going to have to stop by yours. My brothers name is David. :) Good name. He's a good guy, and you seem like one too. Anyone who likes Bewitched must be. :) Thanks for the comment.

Have a great weekend~
Ann

P.S. Cheers from the States.

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