Weekend Fun Take Two

60CC5A9F-101C-4E61-8257-6E3EE7AE48EDSo I already responded to Teresa’s Weekend Fun Challenge, but now Rory (A Guy Called Bloke) has tagged me with some new questions. So why not answer his new questions? Lord knows, I have nothing better to do with my time!

Here are Rory’s new questions, along with my answers.

Q] Is there a fictional world that you actually wished existed?

A] Yes, the Middle Earth. I have hairy toes, so I think I’m a direct descendant of Bilbo Baggins.

Q] What song always makes you smile?

A] That’s easy. “Make Me Smile.”

Q] How do you like your eggs in the morning?

A] My favorite is “hole in the bread eggs.” You create small holes in the centers of two slices of bread, throw the two slices into a hot, well-buttered frying pan, then crack one egg in the center of each slice, fry for a minute or two, then flip the slices of toast and fry on the other side for a minute or two before putting them on the plate and eating them up. Yum. Two over easy eggs embedded in toast. Last step, get your spouse or significant other to wash the frying pan, spatula, and the dish.

Q] After my three questions, what are your next three questions?

A] I already added three questions in my first “Weekend Fun” response post.

Q] Why do people lie and feel adverse to telling the truth?

A] Actually, it’s not so much that they feel “adverse” to telling the truth as it is that they feel “averse” to telling the truth. But to get the best answer to this question, I’d suggest going to the world’s foremost expert on lying, Donald J. Trump.

Q] Why, in our so called progressive world, do we STILL have taboo subjects?

A] Because our so-called progressive world is populated with way too many regressive assholes.

Since I already tagged three blogger in the first round, I’m going to abstain from tagging three more. That said, anyone who wants to take on Rory’s questions should feel free to do so!

22 thoughts on “Weekend Fun Take Two

  1. Sadje November 19, 2018 / 4:17 pm

    If I am getting it right, then each subsequent tag will be adding 3 more questions to the list. So if a tenth person answering the tag will have 30 questions? Please clarify? 😃

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    • Fandango November 19, 2018 / 5:29 pm

      That’s how I interpret it, but I didn’t write the rules. Teresa, the Haunted Wordsmith, did. I can reach out to her for clarification.

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      • Sadje November 19, 2018 / 9:07 pm

        Well I will do the two tags. Maybe someone else will get the clarification!

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  2. rugby843 November 19, 2018 / 4:18 pm

    I think you must have ESP! My sister sent me a pic of her breakfast today, saying, remember these? And of course mom used to fix them, and I still do, but she called them gypsy delights. I have no idea why. They are great but I spread the egg over the bread and butter the bread not the pan. I like eggs well done. So snap! As my granddaughter would say…☺️

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  3. The Haunted Wordsmith November 19, 2018 / 4:43 pm

    I have never liked eggs and a Garfield cartoon showing an egg in a frying pan with a beak sticking out of it sealed the deal. I only eat them when in baked goods. Trump and his wife wouldn’t know the truth if it came notarized and etched in stone.

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  4. Sight11 November 19, 2018 / 6:31 pm

    Significant other washing the dishes haha.. Hey but I don’t get it Sensei so you have to put two toast and two egg separately?

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    • Fandango November 19, 2018 / 6:43 pm

      I cook them at the same time in the same frying pan, but yes, two pieces of toasts and two eggs, one in each piece of toast.

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      • Sight11 November 19, 2018 / 6:52 pm

        So won’t it spill on the pan with that hole.. Sorry but I want to try it for my mom.. So asking..

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        • Fandango November 19, 2018 / 7:04 pm

          Yes. It’s just like cooking eggs over easy, and the eggs do touch the pan through the hole. It’s eggs over easy cooked in the middle of bread.

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  5. aguycalledbloke November 19, 2018 / 8:10 pm

    Hey Fandango, many thanks for answering the Q&A.

    Oh my days Eggy Toast!

    I used to make this is a breakfast special when a scout. I might do this for today’s breakfast – good call!

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  6. Melanie B Cee November 20, 2018 / 10:40 am

    Hubby made the BEST “hole in the bread eggs’. I always seem to break the %$#!@ yolk when trying to flip it and/or I burn the %$#@! bread….but that’s still my favorite way to have eggs. Yum indeed! 😛 (I THOUGHT ADverse looked ‘wrong’, but couldn’t figure out why. Thanks for putting YOUR finger on it and getting one up on Google in the process. Because I Googled “ADverse” and got the definition I wanted…. maybe THEY don’t know how to spell either..?

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    • Fandango November 20, 2018 / 11:01 am

      Adverse means having a negative effect; averse means having a strong dislike for, or opposition to, something.

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  7. Marleen November 20, 2018 / 12:13 pm

    I’m going to answer a few questions from the middle of the list.

    Song to smile by. The tenth one at the link especially.
    I was listening to this whole CD at home on a CD player one day (when I myself had heard it a few times before, in the car and from my computer through headphones). It was the first time my sons (still children/minors then) were hearing it. When the last one came on, they all [except I think my oldest one wasn’t home] got up reflexively and started dancing — while I felt the same way and got up. We ended up all laughing.

    https://www.allmusic.com/album/music-from-the-tea-lands-mw0000069051

    I like eggs a few ways (almost any way). The staple is over easy with toast. Over easy cooked inside of bread are good too. I like eggs Benedict with something like turkey — but actually prefer the hollandaise sauce on eggs and broccoli and meat with potatoes on the side instead of a muffin underneath. Scrambled are good too. I’m a fan of protein and whole foods.

    I wonder why someone would say he voted for Trump back when we all found out Trump won, and now say he didn’t vote for Trump. Is it a compulsion to be on the winning side? Is it unbearable embarrassment at having fallen for what is clearly a mistake? Both? Is it maybe really that terrible of a memory about himself and his own actions?

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    • Marleen November 20, 2018 / 12:23 pm

      … a fan of protein and whole foods and butter. Lol

      Liked by 1 person

  8. leigha66 November 25, 2018 / 9:26 am

    Love the last step for your eggs in toast…does that work?

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