What are some red flags to watch out for in daily life?
Anything that sounds too good to be true probably is.
What obstacles would you include in the ‘world’s most amazing obstacle course”?
Lack of money, Lack of understanding (from others) not being one of the “in crowd” (I don’t care about this but life is often a case of “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” if you want to get on in a career etc.)
Who is the best movie or book villain in your opinion? (‘book’ is included because some folks don’t watch movies)
This is tricky, by the best do you mean who do I like best or who do I think the most villainous? One film where I was definitely rooting for the bad guys was “The Italian Job”(the original, not the remake. ) The remake was really just an ad for the new mini. The original was much funnier. However, you could not call those characters evil as it was being played for laughs. Michael Caine was excellent and Noel Coward’s Mr Bridger was the real villain. He actually made me dislike that character. Of course, there are many more evil villains, Hannibal Lecter, from “Silence of the Lambs” comes to mind but I wouldn’t watch a movie like that.
What, in your opinion, is the most beautiful/handsome part of your face? (no dissing yourself please, we’re all beautiful/handsome!)
Next week on Thursday, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. What are some foods you enjoy for your festive celebration dinners? (Doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving, as I realize the whole world isn’t participating in ‘our’ holiday)
We like to celebrate Christmas Day with a roast dinner, usually lamb because that is our favourite and it is now so expensive that we don’t have it very often. Of course, there must be roasted or baked potatoes and lots of vegetables and some mint sauce. Naomi likes gravy as well.
There also has to be Christmas pudding, homemade of course, and later if we can make room there will be mince pies, Christmas fruit cake and Quality Street chocolates.