Hey, Blogdramedy, Let’s Play 20 Questions!

February 2, 2012

20 Questions

Blogdramedy. Me.

Today’s installment of 20 Questions features Blogdramedy. Blogdramedy is one of my very first blog buddies, and I couldn’t be more pleased to feature her.  I like to picture Blogdramedy in black & white, like a female reporter in an old Howard Hawks movie.  Gumption.  Moxie.  Sass.  Chutzpah. Also, she lives on a boat at the moment, which gets a bajillion cool points, even though she would prefer that someone buy the boat so that she can live elsewhere.  So, you know… make an offer.

And with that, get your sea-legs ready because, Hey!  Blogdramedy!  Let’s play 20 questions!

1. What quality do you most admire in others?  If I can find it, common sense. It’s a rare gift.

2. What trait do you most dislike in yourself?  My inability to say no to chocolate.

But, if you outlawed the Kardashians, we could send bounty hunters to track them down... which would be a great TV show! It's a paradox!

3. If you could come back in your next life as anything, what would it be?  Karl Urban’s obsession.

4. You’re suddenly made the absolute ruler of your country.  What is the first change you make?  Outlaw any and all Reality TV shows.

5. With which Peanuts character do you most identify?  Joe Cool (Snoopy’s alter ego.) It’s the glasses.

6. What 3 songs do you think you’ve listened to more than any others in your life? “Brick House” by the Commodores (Because I am.), “Lily Was Here” by Candy Dulfer and Dave Stewart (Sexiest song ever.), “You Can Sleep While I Drive” by Melissa Etheridge (Makes me cry every time.)

7. If you could relive one day – either keeping it the same, or changing something – what would you choose?  The day my daughter was born. It was a comedy of errors and I wouldn’t change a thing.

I can't act today. I'm sorry, it's Blogdramedy... I... just can't stop brooding about her.

8. What is your biggest fear?  That I meet Karl Urban one day and there’s no “zaza-zing.”

9. What would you like the title of your biography to be?  She Was An Easy Laugh.

10. What movie or book has had the biggest impact on you?  A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle. I taught myself how to make baguettes from scratch because of that book. It was a life changer…just ask my hips.

11. What is your favorite thing about blogging?   I can write about almost anything.

12. Least favorite thing about blogging?  I can write about almost anything.

Damndest thing. Those Prada shoes? They just walked off on their own.

13. Which superpower would you choose if you could: the ability to fly, or to turn invisible at will?  Hello? Invisible. Anyone can slap down a credit card and hop on a plane. And, how do I spell invisible you ask? S-H-O-E-S.

14. What is your idea of perfect happiness?  Being around people who get me.

15. Which of the 7 Deadly Sins are you most guilty?  Sloth. I just can’t be bothered with the other six.

16. What public figure (past or present) are you just sure you’d be friends with, if you ever met?  Jane Austen. She is my sister from another mother.

17. What public figure would you really like to sit down and give a good talking-to?  To explain why they’re wrong, wrong, wrong.  Newt Gingrich. Only I could’t stand to be in the same room with him never mind sit next to. That situation would have a high ick factor.

18. If you could spend a year in any time and place, when and where would you choose? Next year. In Italy. I’m taking donations now; unused frequent flyer points welcome.

Hm, that crushed skull is going to make wearing sunglasses extremely difficult...

19. If you could be any TV detective, who would you choose?  Jane Tennison of Prime Suspect. The depth of her character…the grit…the toughness…the smarts. Her emotional struggles and conflicts between police work and her personal life…brilliant stuff.

20. What would you most like people to say about you after you’re gone?  Were her eyes hazel or green? Those damn sunglasses…

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27 Comments on “Hey, Blogdramedy, Let’s Play 20 Questions!”

  1. Life in the Boomer Lane Says:

    Another great interview. This is so unfair. I’m already following way too many people, and now this.


    • The Byronic Man Says:

      Sorry. I’ll try to have my next one with a white supremacist blog or something. Something where you can say, “Psh. Not following that jerk.”

      (note to white supremacists: I’m kidding. Please don’t contact me.)


  2. BrainRants Says:

    Making us famous, one 20-questions at a time. Good one.


  3. gojulesgo Says:

    Ha!! I thought the answers to 11 and 12 were fantastic, and then I got to 15. Classic. Looks like I get you, Blogdramady!

    Another great interview!


  4. susielindau Says:

    Now I feel as though I would recognize her if I bumped into her on the street!


  5. She's a Maineiac Says:

    Loved every bit of this interview. I’m with Renee…yet another great blogger to follow. Why must you do this, B-man? Why?!


    • Blogdramedy Says:

      Thanks! If and when I sell this boat, I’ll be back blogging full-time…to the point of insanity.

      B-man does it because…let’s be honest. He knows smokin’ hot when he sees it. 🙂


  6. Deborah the Closet Monster Says:

    I love all of this, but I wish I could go pre-emptively “steal” your answers to #11 and #12. Drat.

    S-H-O-E-S? That’ll have me chuckling all day. 🙂


    • Deborah the Closet Monster Says:

      I have no idea why that is in all italics. It’s possible (=probable) I opened with an i-tag, anticipating a direct quote instead of just a reference. D’oh!


    • Blogdramedy Says:

      No need to steal…I’m a equal-opportunity blogger. You can use those answers when I send you my own personal version of B-man’s 20 questions.


  7. Blogdramedy Says:

    Well…I managed to get wi-fi at the marina (for like two minutes) to see I have three more emails than my usual two and figured…SOMEONE’S POSTED THOSE NUDE PICS OF ME ON THE INTERNET.

    But, no. It’s only Byronic Boy tossing me out into the blog bog as his first of many irreverent interviews. I’m cool with that. This man gets me…just take a look at the photos he selected to go with this post.

    Thank B-Man! You’re next up on Blogdramedy. You deserve it. (Also, your commenters are very cool.)



  8. H.E. ELLIS Says:

    Karl Urban, Italy and shoes. Blogdramedy, you are my new best friend.


  9. Lenore Diane Says:

    Blogdramedy, there were many funny moments with your answers but this one got me the most: Sloth. I just can’t be bothered with the other six.
    Love it.
    Thanks for playing 20 questions with Byronic!


    • Blogdramedy Says:

      He asked and I answered the call. It was kind of like a grown ups version of “Truth or Dare.” I think he was very restrained in his questions and I’ll try to do the same when I come up with my version of 20 Questions. 😉

      Would you be up for that? Hmmm?



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