Sunday, March 10, 2013

Sunday Social #30

What is one movie you are terrified to watch?
Honestly? ANY scary movie. I refuse to pay money to get scared to death every five minutes, it is pointless to me. Not only that but they are not pretty to watch, I hate seeing blood and guts all over the place.

What is one TV show you have always wanted to get into but haven't yet?

Glee. I can't stand it #sorrynotsorry

 What is one daring activity on your bucket list?

It would depend on what you think is daring,  a lot of people would say that

^^this is daring and they are not wrong, it is. BUT I think

^^this is just a little bit more daring! You never know where you are going, or what you are gonna be doing there and what's gonna happen. The thrill of not knowing and of the unexpected is more daring to me.
Would you ever travel alone?

I am not a big fan of doing things alone, I have never eaten alone or gone to the movies by myself. But I can manage to shop by myself, so I guess maybe one day I could travel by myself. It might even be fun! :)

 What activities do you like to do alone?

Reading. It's the one activity that I CANNOT see myself doing with anyone else, I don't know how people who are in book clubs do it. I don't want to know how someone else interpreted a scene or how they think a character looks like to them. And whatever else they discuss during book clubs, I like to think I am having an affair with each and one of my books and only discuss them here and there. I don't read and tell ;)

Another thing I could never do would be running with someone else, we all have our pace. To me running is not about the distance, it's more about the feeling.


  1. I can't stand reading when others are in the room ~ too distracting. Like the people that go to Starbucks and read ... no thanks! I'll head to the park and sit in my car if I have too!

    (¸¤ Lanaya | xoxo

  2. I traveled to Vancouver for work and decided to make a trip out of it and stayed a few days longer by myself. It was the first time traveling by myself and it was in a different country. It was scary at times but it really was empowering also!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

  3. Hahaha I can't stand Glee either! Great answers :) following you back. Thanks do much for saying hi.