The World's Most Pathetic Q&A| Scarred For Life + My Thoughts on Pineapple With Pizza

Well hello there. Either I am the least mysterious person in the world, or the least interesting. You want to know why??? Because I put out a call for a Q&A and asked y'all to ask me questions, and guess what you did not do. I'll give you one guess. 

Y'all asked me zero questions. 

That's okay, no hard feelings. My first Q&A was a failure, and I can accept that (just know that you have failed me and I will never speak to you again. jk i love you plz don't leave)

Just so you know how much I am okay with this, I will show you that I don't need any of you by creating my own Q&A, with questions all asked by ME (I think this as pathetic as I can get).


The Q&A 
(I cannot be held responsible for these questions because I had a *ahem* severe lack. i'm not bitter.)

If animals could talk, which would be the rudest: I think squirrels would be particularly rude. Maybe that's just because Open Season painted them in that light. McSquizzy was rather blunt and verbally abusive (as well as physically abusive. I imagine all those pinecones hurt)

For some reason, I'm also feeling like giraffes would be rude; I don't know, it's just a hunch. 

If your five-year-old self suddenly found themselves inhabiting your current body, what would your five-year-old self do first: Finally reach all the chips and candy on the top shelf (oh wait, I still can't do that because I am as tall as a pistachio). Then I would grab my Kaya American Girl - Mini and play in the river behind my house. 

Honestly, that still sounds like a great time. Who wants to come?

What part of a kid’s movie completely scarred you: UM, SO I HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS ON THIS QUESTION. 

Tiny Evangeline was fearless (except for closets in the dark, blackberry vines, and that old barn us neighborhood kids used to dare each other to go into), but there is one thing that struck terror in my heart. There is only one thing that caused me to cower behind the couch, covering my ears and shuddering in my soul. 
the Child Catcher is pure evil
I'm not even going to put his picture on here because he still disturbs me to this day: THE CHILD CATCHER FROM CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. 

What kind of cult would you like to start: Fun story, I actually have started a cult before. It's a long story (it's actually not that long, I'm just lazy)

But: if I could start a cult now, the members would meet in a secluded, dark place lit by candlelight. We would all wear hoods, of course (what self-respecting cult doesn't?). Then we would discuss the book that we had all read and give our opinions (no, it's NOT a book club. It's a cult)

Is a hotdog a sandwich: I DON'T KNOW. I REALLY DON'T. 

this question is going to haunt me. 

What mythical creature would improve the world most if it existed: Oh there's no contest: mermaids!! You know how most girls go through an "I want to be a mermaid" phase, and then grow out of it? Pshh, I never grew out of it because I'm no quitter. (tbh, I blame H2O: Just Add Water)
WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO BE A MERMAID???
I used to have two friends that were both obsessed with H20 and we would fight over who was who in the group (I was always Rikki. HECK YEAH)
If you could meet one of your characters, which would you meet: I would meet Sophie Murphy. We would bond over our mutual love of tea (oh, I may or may not have made the book 95% tea. The other 5% is shady fairies and falling into river canals in Venice) and books. I love her so much and wish I could just spend the day in Ireland with her. 
How do you feel about putting pineapple on pizza: I actually don't know anymore. I used to have very strong opinions on this matter (I have strong opinions on everything, if you haven't noticed. Strong Opinions is my middle name). I haven't actually had pineapple on pizza since I was a wee lass when I decided that it was from Satan and to be avoided at all costs. Now, I am open to trying it again. Maybe.
And yes, I do look this dramatic when I'm talking about it.
Who knows, I might fall in love with the very thing I thought I hated the most (that sounds like the romantic plot of every cliche YA novel ever)
If someone asked to be your apprentice and learn all that you know, what would you teach them: Heck yeah, I would be the best mentor ever. I would teach them all sorts of useful things.

  • How to read the entire Harry Potter series in one week
  • how to make the perfect cup of tea.
  • that writing is amazing
  • piano is hard
  • I would teach them to bring me food when I ring a bell,
  • to clean for me,
  • maybe to write my book for me???
  • i'm describing a servant.
  • k I'm cool with that. I'll take a servant.
How many chickens would it take to kill an elephant: what even is this questions (what kind of questions did you pick for me, Jerry??)???

I would say...(and I am no scientist. I have not done the proper math this questions requires) maybe 6,000 chickens to match the weight of the elephant. They would crush the elephant, therefore killing it. This is what they should teach in schools...

I propose a new curriculum; one of chickens and elephants...
And that brings us to the end of my Q&A. As for the quality of the questions: I blame it all on Jerry.

What do you think of the questions? Would you like to file a formal complaint because please don't. Did you ever want to be a mermaid or a unicorn or an alien? Is there a movie that scarred you as a child? 

Toodlepip

Comments

  1. How did I miss the Q&A call? I'm rightfully ashamed, and I apologize!
    Jerry asks some stellar questions, though.
    Don't give in! Shun the pineapples! They are evil...
    As for me, I never wanted to be a mermaid...I'd prefer to be a selkie/selchie.

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    1. LOL no problem. Thinking back, I put it at the very beginning of a post, so it was easy to forget about. #themoreyouknow
      He will be thrilled. XD
      Hmm, I don't know!!!!
      Ooo, yeah, those are so cool.

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  2. Hello, Evangeline Strong Feelings Yackel!!! xDDD

    UGH reading the Harry Potter series in a week would be so tough. You have to give Order of the Phoenix two days for sure (or sixteen hours) but then smudge together the Sorcerer's Stone and Chamber of Secrets all on the same day just to be on track to finishing. (Okay, but just to be clear, we're talking about the original seven books in one week, right, not including Cursed Child??? What are your thoughts on Cursed Child?!?!?) It's so hard!!! I've definitely pulled it off as a kid, but now as a child close to being an adult there is just no more time.

    Also, those who do not read Harry Potter need to ASAP.

    xoxo Abigail Lennah | ups & downs

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    1. Mm, yes, Order of the Phoenix...my greatest nemesis. (though tbh, I read the Half Blood Prince and the Deathly Hallows in a day and a half. I just couldn't put down the Deathly Hallows!!). I am not a fan of the Cursed Child. I wrote a post on it if you want more details. (http://theoddlifeofegy.blogspot.com/2016/11/harry-potter-and-cursed-child-my.html). Harry Potter is amazing. <3

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  3. I'm sorry, Evangeline, but I fear you've doomed yourself to never having a proper Q&A. Cause Jerry's questions are fantastic, dang it!

    And OH. MY. WORD. YES. The child catcher was literally the most terrifying thing. I mean, I was an easily scared child. But he was the worst.

    (And can I please read your book now? Tea and fairies and Venice sounds like the best thing ever!!!)

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    1. Why thank you. XD

      RIGHT?? I'm pretty sure even the most fearless child cowered before the Child Catcher.

      Aw, you're so sweet. As soon as it's readable, I'll let you know. ;)

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  4. See, my questions are never as good as these ones! These are Important Questions.

    Also have your read Ranger's Apprentice, because Halt has basically the same opinion of being a mentor as you. Will asks what Rangers' apprentices do; Halt stops, and sort of looks at him, and says slowly, "...the housework." ;P
    - Jem Jones

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    1. Thanks!

      I haven't read that series, but Halt sounds like he has the whole mentor thing figured out. XD

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  5. Well this post was simply amazing! This is my first time visiting your site and I would love to hear so much more about the pineapple debate. ALSO I am terrified of the child snatcher from chitty chitty bang bang. BUT you bringing him up did remind me of how much I want to watch that movie again so I will do it and give myself nightmares. Thanks. thanks?

    hotdog = bread + meat + sauce = sandwich = hotdog.

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    1. Thank you so much, and welcome to An Odd Blog! :)

      You want to watch it again? You are brave, indeed.

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  6. oooops I had your post bookmarked to get around to, but never did somehow XD

    (Also I turn 18 in a few months and am planning on reading all of Harry Potter in a week. what homeschoolers do when they turn 18, amirite? so TEACH ME YOUR WAYS.)

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    1. lol how dare you. XD

      Reading HP for the first time is so fun. If you attempt reading it in a week, that's all you're doing for that week. XD I remember when I first read it as a 12 yr old, I just couldn't put it down. Though now I doubt I would have enough time. lol So good luck!

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  7. Just found your blog! This was a funny post to me:-) Fun questions! I've never tried pineapple on pizza before and I never want to! That's just sounds so wrong:-)! And the child catcher, YES, very scary!! Just started a blog... bensshowersofblessings.blogspot.com
    -Brooklyne

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    1. Aw, welcome!!

      Yeah, putting pineapple on pizza does sound weird, don't it? XD

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  8. Aaahhh! I'm so, SO sorry none of us asked you question! That's actually terrible. WE ARE AWFUL PEOPLE AND WE DO ASK FOR YOUR FORGIVENESS, SINCERELY.

    (Also, as a somewhat inadequate excuse for how long it's been since I've commented, for some reason the past few times I've tried to come on here, I've had trouble viewing your posts. Something like some "Related" or "Popular" post would come across the screen in a big square and make it difficult to see the text?! I know, that sounds super bizarre and I'm terrible at explaining it. But anyway. I was determined to come comment today, because I don't know if I ever told you that I listened to "Silhouette" by Aquilo since you've raved about it, and YOU HAVE RUINED ME. I can imagine heartbreaking videos for like every fandom ever and IT'S A VERY PAINFUL EXPERIENCE LISTENING TO THAT SONG BUT IT'S ALSO VERY STORY SENSE-FULFILLING. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE. Aahhhh.)

    Anyway. I STILL FEEL REALLY BAD ABOUT THE Q&A THING. *mortified face*

    Whoa, is a hot dog a sandwich . . . I mean, I guess so? But . . . yeah, what if it's not? Hm. That question might haunt me, too.

    #mermaidsforthewin

    I don't think I've ever tried pineapple on pizza. I feel like in general I just know what I like on pizza (plain cheese, green peppers, and/or onions) and I'm not super flexible about it.

    Anyway again. Welp, whatever problem has been happening when I've been coming on here didn't happen this time, so . . . fingers crossed! Maybe it all worked itself out?! :)

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    1. LOL it's all good. XD I think that it was my fault for putting the Q&A call at the very top, so that when people got to the end, they forgot all about it. Oh well, I had a lot of fun with these questions.

      Yeah, I know what you're talking about. I don't know why or how or what the heck is going on with those popular posts, but they are trying to take over everything. XD I've tried to fix it, and I'm at a loss. Also HEEEEEY!!! YOU LISTENED TO SILHOUETTE. WELCOME TO THE FANCLUB. XD

      But it is it really a sandwich? Is it? My mind says yes but my heart says no. idk

      That sounds like a great pizza combination. A+

      Yeah, I'm hoping that the problem will magically work itself out. If not, then there's not rly anything I can do, so oh well.

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  9. Oh, and that book you described (with Sophie Murphy) sounds awesome, just sayin'.

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    1. Aw, thx! I'm really excited about it. :)

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  10. Dude I did a self Q&A once. They're the best and should always be presented unapologetically.

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    1. This one went over better than I was expecting. XD And now I do see that self Q&As are perfectly wonderful.

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