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Monday, June 18, 2012


Question Of The Week

What are three adjectives that you think friends or family members would use to describe you?

I'm guessing mine might be:

1.) Gullible
2.) Creative
3.) Changing


Lynn said...

Warm, friendly, loving. At least I hope that's what they'd say. :)

Granny Annie said...

Lynn -- I would say those are correct and would add "loyal". Oops, it almost sounds like we are describing a dog. LOL Well that's a good thing.

Cliff said...

I need to not think about that.
Is "fully developed" an adjective?

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

Creative, Reclusive and Open Minded.

yep, thats what they'd say . I know cause they tell me all the time..

fun question :-) thanks for always giving us something to think about.

Granny Annie said...

Cliff -- Do you mean physically or mentally?

Sonny -- "Reclusive"? I did not guess that. I would add "Insightful".

Cliff said...

physically. I actually had a suit salesman say "Yes we have sports coats for you 'fully developed' guys."
I had to deck him.

Shionge said...

spontaneous :D

LL Cool Joe said...

1. Pain in the arse
2. Perceptive
3. Loyal

Tabor said...

After a weekend of a house full of relatives while nursing an illness perhaps:

1. too concerned
2. loving
3. straight forward

Bonnie said...

The three I would love to think they would say would be:
1. loving
2. thoughtful
3. goofy

I'm sure there may be a few out there who would use words that can't be printed here, lol.

Granny Annie said...

Cliff -- I was pretty sure you didn't mean mentally:)

Shionge -- "garralous"? Really? I would add "adventurous".

LL Cool Joe -- Maybe your daughters would call you a "pain in the arse" but they would do so with admiration and respect.

Tabor -- and expressive!

Bonnie -- Who would describe you as goofy? I would say "clever" or "witty" but not goofy.

Chatty Crone said...

I asked them:
responsible - me
loyal - daughter
loving - hubs

Lol, sandie

Sparkling Red said...

I asked my husband.
His first answer: What's an adjective?
After I reminded him what adjectives are he said:
Smart, sexy, and successful.
He knows which side his bread is buttered on.

TALON said...

Hmmm...creative, intelligent, and good sense of humor.

Pat said...

1. A fuss- pot
2. Overly generous.
3. I decided to go and ask MTL who is sunning in the garden - he said:
'Pretty, silly...'
Me 'It doesn't have to be physical,' I said. ' aren't I good?'
'Not particularly !' said MTL.
His eyes were laughing!

Granny Annie said...

Chatty Crone -- So Sandie, when crazy things occur you're the one "responsible"? LOL

Sparkling Red -- "What's an adjective?" Good one. So what three adjectives would you give him?

Pat -- Did he mean "pretty" and "silly" or did he mean "pretty silly"? Of course you are "good" because you are overly-generous:)

Riot Kitty said...

Friends and family tend to use slightly different ones than colleagues.

Colleagues say, "You're thoughtful" and "you're weird."

Friends and family say thoughtful, funny, and "You're bad!" more often than not when I tell a story.

Nancy said...

I don't know exactly what they would say but once we were talking about what should be on our gravestone and my daughter pleased me very much with her suggestion.

She said, I would write "Mom had a very long memory but she only remembered the good things."

Pat said...

Granny Annie: he meant both pretty and silly. I forgot he also said I was artistic.
He is a bit of a tease I'm afraid.

Sparkling Red said...

Three adjectives for my husband... let's see...
1) He also gets "smart" because according to one online test we have EXACTLY the same I.Q.
2) "Sweet" because he's such a softie.
3) "Stubborn" is self-explanatory.
Hey, I managed to give him three S's too, and I wasn't even trying!

Kay said...

Gullible would work for me too!