Hey, Emily From Snotting Black! Let’s Play 20 Questions!

November 29, 2012

20 Questions, Humor

It’s been a while since we’ve had a good old-fashioned 20 Questions, so it seemed like time to jump back in.  And who better than Emily over at Snotting Black?  If you haven’t visited her site before, you’re missing out. But don’t take my word for it…

Hey, Emily!  Let’s Play 20 Questions!

Vat is zis ‘Irony’ oof which you speak?

1. What quality do you most admire in others?  Ironic facial hair.

2. What trait do you most dislike in yourself?  The stabbing.

3. You’re suddenly made the absolute ruler of your country.  What is the first change you make?  Institute a national holiday devoted peanut butter.

4. With which Peanuts character do you most identify?  The Christmas tree.

5. What 3 songs do you think you’ve listened to more than any others in your life?  “Under Pressure” by Queen, “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen, “Perfect by Simple Plan… I had a very mildly angsty youth.

6. If you could relive one day – either keeping it the same, or changing something – what would you choose?  The day of my birth. I’m a triplet and want to be first this time.

What the…? I must have some kind of freak fingernail disorder. I just cut them, like, a few weeks ago, and then need to be cut again!

7. What is your biggest fear?  I’ll have to cut my fingernails again.

8. If you could come back in your next life as anything, what would it be?  A 23-year-old college graduate, trying to make it big in San Francisco

9. What would you like the title of your biography to be?  Emily Drevets: Genius Beloved by All

10. What movie or book has had the biggest impact on you?  The Lord of the Rings and Gladiator. Apparently I have the tastes of a middle school boy.

11. What is your favorite thing about blogging/primary art form?  Getting to google search things like “panting” and “crying children.”

12. Least favorite thing about blogging/primary art form? Sometimes people aren’t grateful for all I do for them.

13. Which superpower would you choose if you could: the ability to fly, or to turn invisible at will?  I would choose the ability to fly provided I could also breathe underwater.

14. What is your idea of perfect happiness?  An endless square dance.

15. Which of the 7 Deadly Sins are you most guilty?  Stabbing.

More like “Aaron Bore,” amirite? Eh? “Aaron B-jerk” Ha ha!  Boo-ya!

16. What public figure (past or present) are you just sure you’d be friends with, if you ever met?  Alexander Hamilton, because we both hate Aaron Burr.

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.  Chuck. E. Cheese.

18. If you could spend a year in any time and place, when and where would you choose?  Turn of the century Billings, Montana. I’ve always felt I would make a good bar wench.

(Byronic Man Side-note: I love Tina Fey. No, I don’t mean I’m a fan of her work. I mean, I LOVE HER)

19. If you could “steal” the creation of any book, album or movie – to just suddenly be the creator of it, what would you choose and why?  30 Rock, because that would make me Tina Fey and a goddess.

20. What would you most like people to say about you after you’re gone?  “I think she owed me money.”

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36 Comments on “Hey, Emily From Snotting Black! Let’s Play 20 Questions!”

  1. 1pointperspective Says:

    “Snotting Black” ?!? Once again, I find a blog name which turns me green with envy.

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  2. Go Jules Go Says:

    Fabulous. Emily, I like that you don’t beat around the bush with these answers. Please don’t stab me if I fail to compliment you adequately (did you see my ironic facial hair?). Also, I celebrate peanut butter every day, so please alert me when you pick the day, and I will have the float ready.

    To both of you: Tin a Fey is a goddess. It’s hard for me to even talk about her without getting emotional.

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  3. speaker7 Says:

    See I’ve always found stabbing to be a good quality. But that’s just me.

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  4. renée a. schuls-jacobson Says:

    Holy Hello. Emily is funnier than I am. I must follow. 🙂

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  5. LizForADay Says:

    My favorite question would definitely be #4. LOL! 🙂

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  6. becomingcliche Says:

    I hope you actually do sit Chuck E. Cheese down for a good talking to. Because. For real.

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  7. mistyslaws Says:

    Well crap. Thanks a lot, B-man. Just what I need is another irreverent, hysterical blogging bitch that I have to follow. Like there aren’t enough blogs that I don’t have the time to read already? Well played, sir. Damn you.

    And seriously, who DOESN’T think Tina Fey is a goddess? Because whoever that person is . . . is Satan.

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  8. Audrey Says:

    Emily – you’ve outdone yourself once again! That darn stabbing gets in the way of everything, doesn’t it?

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  9. cookie5683 Says:

    Hahaha!!! Chuck E. Cheese. Man that pizza is hard core nasty

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  10. UndercoverL Says:

    Loving the snot out of this! Ironically, as I wrote that I got an email from Chuck E. Cheese. We are close like that, he offered me free tokens. That’s not so wrong. I also accidentally broke a machine at Chuck E. Cheese and ended up with 2500 tickets. Don’t hate.

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    • Denise Says:

      You broke a machine and they charged you?! I accidentally pulled off Chuck E’s tail and got nothing but an nasty look and a quick retreat to the backstage area. I was 5. They obviously should’ve sewed it on better. I can’t be the only kid to yank on a giant singing rat tail!

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      • UndercoverL Says:

        Well, we were taught as kids that if you pulled a string the experience would change. What were you to do? No, I got the tickets from the machine (reward) and turned them in for a slinky and a ball that lights up when you bounce it. That was two years ago.

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    • edrevets Says:

      You, Charles, and I should go out sometime.

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  11. susielindau Says:

    Okay so what is up with this stabbing??? I hope it was into a jar of peanut butter while simultaneously watching Charlie Brown’s Christmas and panting over google searches on the internet… 🙂

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  12. Leanne Shirtliffe (Ironic Mom) Says:

    I heart Emily just by these answers. Maybe the person I should sit down and chat to about being wrong, wrong, wrong is the person who made “heart” a verb.

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  13. Life With The Top Down Says:

    #4 is my favorite! You do not get more original than that answer!
    ps. If you stab for hire, I have a list.

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  14. Tori Nelson Says:

    Stabbing and Creative Cursing are neck-in-neck for sins I struggle with the most.

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  15. Jen Says:

    I have discovered you through my Sister Wife Misty and now I am disturbed that I have. It is rare indeed that I find a man capable of being simultaneously snarky AND self-effacing. That is a heady combination, my friend.

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    • The Byronic Man Says:

      It’s a skill I developed through years of simultaneous confidence and self-loathing. Not an easy balance.

      What part of Portland do you live in? I love Portland. Lived there for about 10 years.

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      • Jen Says:

        My boys and I live in Lake Oswego, and I work downtown at Portland State University. You’re in Bend, right? My family has a home in Sunriver so we’re up there just about every other weekend and will be cruising over for Christmas. Congratulations on the new baby; you’re in for the ride of your life!

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  16. Angie Z. Says:

    Great answers, Emily. I am so with you and Alexander Hamilton on the Aaron Burr thing. I don’t care as much for square dancing but I’ll do anything for an excuse to dress like the girls on Hee Haw.

    Reply

  17. Storkhunter Says:

    Great answers Emily. Love number 20. It’s the only way to be remembered

    Reply

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