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nihilistic_kid had this witty little poll in one of his entries, so I stole it:

fad you wish you had never bought into: Cocktails, swing music (thankfully it was a brief fascination).

city you would next like to live in: Budapest.

food you used to love and now can't stand: veal cutlets.

childhood idol: Billy

biggest leap of faith: Trying to get everything cleared out and repaired in my Santa Cruz house by June 9th.

worst job: I would say that being a Jizz Mopper would be the worst job ever, but i've never done it.

least favorite drug: Cocaine.

least favorite slang word: nizzle

guilty pleasure tv show: E.R.

favorite song in eighth grade: B52's Rock Lobster.

cd or tape you are most ashamed of: Royal Crown Revue - Mugzy's Move

favorite screen couple: Mollie Ringwold, Ducky.

most hated celebrity: Too many to narrow it down to ONE...

first crush: Kory Keyes (i think that's his last name) in 5th grade (he looked like Scott Baio).

favorite halloween costume: Bag of Jellybeans, even though it caused me to get beaten up pretty badly.

first concert: Either X and Wall of Fire in Santa Cruz or Book of Love opening for Depeche Mode in Oakland.

ever seen a ghost? Not really sure. Probably.

first friend: Stephanie Terry, Stephanie Locatelli and Sasha Markham.

favorite simpsons character: Milhouse or Gil (here's another cool Gil site).

re-occurring dreams: Climbing up really long complicated staircases with huge chunks missing - Finding secret rooms in familiar houses.

favorite playground equipment: Really long or spirally slides or unusual sculptural climbing structures

number of first cousins: 1

name of freshman year dorm: the Kansas City Art Institute Living Center

summer camp: I once stayed at the ritzy summer camp that was featured in The Parent Trap, Montecito Sequoia. I spent most of my time swimming and canoeing around in the lake. I came back with Chicken Pox! All the other summer camps I went to were Girl Scout camps. I was in to horses.

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bajatierra
May. 19th, 2002 07:41 pm (UTC)
bag of jellybeans?!?
That is hilarious. Uh, how/when/why?
caffeina
May. 19th, 2002 08:16 pm (UTC)
Re: bag of jellybeans?!?
The bag of jellybeans was the costume my mom made for me in 6th grade. It was pretty cool, at least I thought so at the time. It involved purple tights, a purple leotard and a big clear bag that had holes for the arms and legs and it was tied around my neck. Inside the bag, we stuck about a hundred little balloons. I thought I was so cool.

During the annual halloween terror parade at my elementary school, however, I became the favorite target for all the dumb boys. I got pushed over and poked and hassled until most of the balloons were popped and my knees were skinned.
bajatierra
May. 20th, 2002 07:17 am (UTC)
Re: bag of jellybeans?!?
Sixth grade? And you were wearing balloons? Well, no wonder.

I once, for the anniversary of Boy Scouts, in fifth grade, per the suggestion of Boy's Life magazine, wore my uniform to school. Cue cruel laughtrack.
caffeina
May. 20th, 2002 01:05 pm (UTC)
Re: bag of jellybeans?!?
Oh man, I can totally empathize. When I was a girl scout, my meetings were immediately after school in the cafeteria. My mom insisted that I wear my uniform to school every week and wouldn't buy me the "cool" looking uniform, either. It was the cheapest piece of green material on the planet, and I was the biggest dork on the planet. A humbling experience!
bajatierra
May. 20th, 2002 02:41 pm (UTC)
Re: bag of jellybeans?!?
Why do I get this strange feeling that everyone on Livejournal has one of those stories?
gigabites
May. 19th, 2002 09:32 pm (UTC)
> Book of Love opening for Depeche Mode in Oakland.

what year was that? I was at that concert at the Henry J. Kaiser convention center show in the mid 80's.
caffeina
May. 20th, 2002 01:06 am (UTC)
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Yeah that was the same exact one I was at, with my mom. I was really cool, huh.
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