So I totally know I need to catch up on my WB questions (I have like 175 waiting for me :-/) so I decided that I was gonna do like 5 of them right in a row and maybe have a little something to post. I think I’ll probably do another review today too. 🙂 It’s spring break for my college so I have three full days of no work and no school to get some of this done.
So I’ve done a couple of quick WB questions in the past few months and thought I’d at least post them up here for something to do.
The first one is one I did today:
How are you celebrating Leap Day?
I happen to be going out with my family for lunch? You see, today is not only the last day of Subway’s FebruANY event (where any regular footlong sub is just $5) but they’re giving out a free cookie because it’s leap day. So we’re going to Subway. Even better is that I work at a Subway and the one down the street from me is owned by the same man that owns mine. So I get to go and see a bunch of my friends. 🙂
Now, back in December I answered a B.Y.O.B. WB question (they were doing this series of questions called Bring Your Own Beliefs.) Each of these questions had the opportunity to win something too. I only answered one, because it was the only one I was interested in.
What is your must-see holiday movie?
Now, there are a lot of movies I like watching during the holiday. I love the Blackadder Christmas Special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Garfield Christmas Special and the original How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I also like less obvious Christmas movies like Batman Returns, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Edward Scissorhands. But there is one movie that I absolutely love to watch on Christmas that no one ever really thinks of:
Die Hard is one of the best Christmas movies ever, in my opinion. I love watching Bruce Willas kick Alan Rickman’s butt 🙂
And remember how I said you could randomly win a prize? Well, I got picked to win the $50 Amazon gift card from that question! I’m still not sure what to spend it on. I know I’m getting one book, the new Jay Asher one, but I don’t know what else I want.
I don’t know if any of my followers have actually ever noticed this, but I can be a bit of a smart-ass.
For instance, on a recent picture a friend shared on Facebook, there was a sign that said “Beer, now cheaper than gas! Drink, don’t drive!” And a particular friend of hers said:
“Ben Franklin said that “Beer was a gift from God.” Perhaps, this represents what happened when the great Franklin Delano Roosevelt said “What this country needs right now is a drink.” Chill out. Relax/ Buy American.”
The man has a point. But my smart-ass had to butt in with:
“Except the quintessential American beer, Budweiser, is now owned by the Germans.”