Just me and my meme, meme and me
Expat Traveler has tagged me for a meme. Apparently, being "tagged" for a "meme" is quite common in the blogging world. As always, I am the last to know, and I'm still not sure why a meme is called a meme, but it appears that I must make a list for said meme.
Expat told me that if I didn't complete the task, the blogsphere would likely implode under void that is left by my lack of meme. I have been given the task to list 6 interesting facts about myself. Sorry Expat, I can make the list, but it will likely be far from interesting. Here goes:
- I love prosciutto. I can eat it every blessed day and never get sick of it. It amazes me that a pork product can taste so much like cheese. It's like eating a ham and cheese sammich, without the bread and at its very best, its saline goodness can almost be floral. All that from a pig's leg. Thank you pig.
- I HATE MAYONNAISE. Or anything that wiggles like mayonnaise. Don't try to mask the truth with a fancy culinary term like "aioli." I'm on to it.
- I love having my teeth cleaned. I live for the moment when they scrape my teeth with the scrapey thing. I know it's weird, but I find it very very relaxing.
- I guessed from the very beginning of The Bachelor: Paris which girl would win. Just ask my mamma. The very beginning. Incredible, isn't it? When it comes to important issues such as reality TV, my psychic powers are a force to be reckoned with.
- I cannot fall asleep without rubbing my feet together for at least a minute, I think...not that I time it or anything.
- I own a first edition copy of Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I love the whole book, except for the parts where she talks about mayonnaise.
There! HAHA! I'm not "it" anymore! I know that my depth of spirit conveyed by this list may increase my readership exponentially. I hope that I have not made anyone feel less unique, or caused any sudden drop in self-esteem when confronted with the wonder that is my meme. Don't worry, I will remain the same girl, even after I gain international fame followed by candidacy for the Nobel Peace Prize. You can always be sure that sincere humility will remain the cornerstone of my brilliant character.