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Photo Meme

I am going to do a post with tips for getting in the mood more, which I had said on another site I'd do today. But I forgot I'd be in training all day today. So instead, I'm posting something I've had in my drafts, but it's finally finished. I'll do the sex post tomorrow so we can all start off our weekends right. ;-)

I saw this meme over at ImposterMom's and then Becoming Mommy's. It's taken me a while to get to finish it, but I've finally found a picture I think is hilarious. What you do is answer the questions using only pictures from search results, and only from the first page of search results.

1. The age you will be on your next birthday.


2. A place you'd like to visit.

3. Your favorite place.

4. Your favorite object.

5. Your favorite food.

6. Your favorite animal.

7. Your favorite color.

8. The city in which you were born.
Well, just outside the city.

9. The town in which you live.

10. The name of your pet.


11. The first name of your love.
I did his screen name, if that's not obvious.

12. Your nickname/screen name.
I know the picture is small, but this guy sings a song called Cara Mama Io Sono Malata (I think the translation is: Dear Mom I Feel Very Bad). Here is the link to the video.)

13. Your middle name.

14. Your last name.

15. A bad habit of yours.

16. Your first job.

17. Your dream job.

18. Your current job.

19. A picture you find hilarious.
For more "great" pictures of "unnecessary" quoatation marks, check out this blog. There are other pictures I think are even funnier, but this was what came up when I did a search, and thems the rules.

20. A picture that inspires you.


ImpostorMom said…
i love this meme. It's so fun, but didn't it take FOREVER!

Great choices.
-goofydaddy said…
some are "obvious", some are too "obscure" :-)
i found you via the tbr challenge!

a friend and i just started a book lovers message board. we'd love for you to join!

I can't decide which picture is funnier: your age, your favorite place (it's mine, too, you know), or the funny picture. They are all TOO "funny."
La folle maman said…
Some are REALLY obscure here. But with some of the questions, an obscure answer is probably a good thing!

Oh yay! Another meme! This one seems like a lot of fun so I'll be doing it at some point as well.
caramama said…
Does the number show on the first one for my age? I thought it was showing, but now I can't see it and am wondering if it's just because the page didn't load right.

And I totally forgot to say that I'm not tagging anyone, but anyone who wants should do the meme!
Cloud said…
Maybe I'll get to this one... but I only just got to the last one, so I wouldn't hold your breath!
Becoming Mommy said…
No, the number isn't showing.

Oh, and did you have the same weirdness I did when you did a photo search? I swear, the 1st 3 photos (at least) that came up when I searched were porn. For everything. I don't understand how Six Sigma translates to pornyness, but it somehow did.
caramama said…
I finally got the number to show in the first one! Woo hoo! Of course, now I realize that I'm not even that age yet. I will be that age on my birthday this year. I blame mommybrain.

becoming mommy - I'm happy to say I had only some porn come up, but not much. hehe.
caramama said…
Okay, I'm really an idiot. It is SUPPOSED to be the age you are on your next birthday. So the pic is right.

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