1. You’ve been waiting forever for your significant other to propose marriage, when they finally do it is in the form of a bribe: “Lose 10-15 lbs. (approx. 1 stone U.K.; approx. 6 kilos) and I will marry you…the wedding can be anyway, and anywhere of your choosing…just lose some weight.”
Would you accept this proposal?(Alternatively for the traditionalists): Men if your significant other was a little ‘heavier’ than you’d like him/her to be, would you make such a proposal?
If you’ve ever read my blog, I’m sure you know what my answer to this one will be.
This goes for any relationship: if there are conditions placed on one (or both) to be “worthy” of the relationship or proposal – it’s not gonna work. The moment that condition is mentioned (losing weight, making $X for a salary, having sex X amount of time each week, making 1,000 sandwiches…) then that relationship isn’t going to work.
My reaction would be something like this: “Are you serious? This isn’t funny. Oh, after all this, you finally come out with this? Well, fuck you!” And then I walk away.
2. Are you participating in any Halloween festivities? Will you wear a costume? If yes, what?
No. Every year at work they have a costume contest, but I am not one to invest in a costume… or the time to make one. It’s not worth it for me.
3. Forget the fact that you have a blog, in real-life are you:
a. an over-sharer who tells every detail of your personal life to everyone including the barista at Starbucks?
b. a little discriminating in who you decide to talk to about your personal life, feelings, etc.? Your love life isn’t off limits to friends and family but you don’t confide in total strangers.
c. as tight as a clam? You don’t share important details with friends and family and when you do it about kills you because you are extremely private.
Actually I’m mostly c in real life.
The reason for this isn’t that I’m necessarily that private (look at my blog!), but I come from a conservative, religious right family where my parents can’t accept that I’m bisexual (mostly because they aren’t sure homosexuality even exists).
They won’t talk about sex – not even for sex ed. A lot of my friends are from the same background, while they are more open minded, it’s very hard to go from such a closed off background to one of complete openness. With a few friends I’m open with all the details. I love it, and its been positive for our friendship.
4. MEN your significant other has asked to sleep with your cock in his/her mouth, what are your first thoughts? Would you say yes or no? Why?
LADIES/significant other…your guy just asked you to sleep with his penis in your mouth. Would you do it? Why or why not?
I wouldn’t do it. I’m a biter and teeth clencher… that does not mix with penis in my mouth during sleep since I can’t control it during sleep. I’ve watched TV with my partner’s penis in my mouth. And I will always take him up on his offers to bite his penis (yes, we do that). It’s just not appropriate for sleeping.
Bonus: If you were remembered for one thing, what would it be?
I’d like to be known for my caring heart.
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