Tagging Along

You must post these rules.
Answer the questions the “tagger” listed for you in their post, (I did this yesterday, see previous post)
Create eleven new questions for the people you tag to answer.
Choose eleven people to tag and put a link to their pages in the post.
Let each taggee know that you have tagged them.

Right-ho. Here are my eleven questions. I have listed eleven bloggers at the end, but do feel free to answer the questions anyway even if you aren’t there. I didn’t want to overload anyone. Just play along if it suits you. You can always lie!

What makes you angry?

Where was your best UK holiday? (if you have never had a holiday in the UK, say where you would most like to visit in the UK)

Where do you eat breakfast?

Who in the public domain do you most admire?

Where would you advise a visitor to see in London? (if you’ve never been here, say where you would like to visit in London)

What do you like most about your home?

Would you ever have plastic surgery to reverse the signs of ageing?

What would you do if any of the following tried to shake your hand:
Vladimir Putin, David Cameron, Angela Merkel?

Which was your favourite Father Ted episode? (if you have never watched Father Ted rectify this life error asap)

What are you reading and would you recommend it?

For how many minutes do you boil an egg?

My eleven taggees:

Mostly Functional
Araminta and Bilby


7 thoughts on “Tagging Along

  1. Thanks, do you think they’ll work? I don’t suppose you’d like to test drive them would you?!

    Do you like my No More Awards sign? I was trying for something fairly discreet, but clear.

  2. I like your sign. I think it is a good one. It does become like a virtual chain letter thing, these awards and all. At first I was so excited, receiving an award and then it all become overwhelming and guilty producing and not fun anymore. I know people think I am ungrateful and rude. There is only so much time in the week. I think your sign is a good one. Uh-oh. Now I am tagged? I am reading Swamplandia for book club and recommend it and no to plastic surgery. I was in London in 1970. So I am not a good “it” but thanks for the tag and for looking at my blog(s) and I enjoy your posts very much. I like being in my home very much cause it means I am NOT at work.

    ‘Ruth in Pittsburgh

    • I don’t think there is any rush. I am so behind on awards I have given them up, so if his more of a chore than a pleasure, just pass. But you may get a lesson plan out of it!

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