>Welcome to Wednesday Wickedness on WTIT: The Blog. This meme appealed to us because of a twist in its concept. Each week they pick a celebrity, then dig up ten quotes from the person and asks the meme questions based on the quotes. Who would think someone would do something original? We didn’t see that coming. Let’s do it.
1. As kids we’re not taught how to deal with success; we’re taught how to deal with failure. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. If at first you succeed, then what?
What is something in which that you did not expect to succeed, but ultimately you were successful? First grade. I mean, who wants to leave kindergarten? I really thought I was a goner for sure.
2. Dad kept us out of school, but school comes and goes. Family is forever.
What do you think about home schooling? Other than it means an unqualified teacher is keeping their kids from any type of social interaction, I’m all for it.
3. I just didn’t believe I was like everybody else. I thought I was unique.
What makes you unique? I can find the “G spot”. It explains the French twins, really. It’s a handy little trick.
4. I just don’t want to live like I used to. And at some point, I’m going to put a gag order on myself in terms of talking about the past. I’ve got to slam the door and deal with the present and the future.
When you meet someone, how much of your past do you reveal? It depends. No it doesn’t. I give everyone a very long history of the past. Usually it is not my past. It keeps me on my toes trying to remember what lies I’ve told.
5. I saw 28 Days. I don’t remember rehab being like a day camp or being that funny. Rehab is a dumping ground. It’s a big landfill.
Has rehab helped either you or a member of your family? No. But boy, my family could be the poster children for folks who need it.
6. I still don’t have all the answers. I’m more interested in what I can do next than what I did last.
Do you dwell on your past? No. But it’s mostly because I’ve told SO many versions of what my past was, that I hardly remember the truth anymore. I know I have at least four children. They are the ones that found me. I assume they are the brightest. Wait. There’s a knock at the door. Maybe little Allie has found me!
7. I think what drove me insane for a long time is feeling like I hadn’t earned most of what I achieved because it came so fast.
Have you ever profited from something that at the time you felt that you did not earn? Of course. Ain’t it the best?
8. I’ve got volumes on how not to behave. I’ve got more information now than a guy should have at my age.
Have you ever behaved in a way that you should not have? Surprisingly, no. I was at a charity event for my favorite cause, breast enhancement. Our Sister’s of the Tiny Breasts takes donations from all over the world. They believe no sister should be left behind because of her tiny breasts. Anyway, at the annual event I might have had too much Smirnoff. When I emceed the event I offered to personally evaluate the women in the audience to see if they needed implants. It kinda went downhill from there.
9. The paramedic called the press and sold me like a loaf of bread. This was news, and he wanted to be the one to report it.
Have you ever been in an ambulance? If not, have you ever been present when an ambulance was used? After the women pummeled me at the charity event I had to be rushed to St. Francis Hospital.
10. Uncertainty is a sign of humility, and humility is just the ability or the willingness to learn.
Is there any uncertainty in your life at the present time? In the past? If you mean that I never know what’s happening next, yes. It makes everything rather exciting. If you are still reading this nonsense, I thank you. See you for Dating Profiles.
We will return with Dating Profiles.