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Whooooooo are you, who-who, who-who?

I keep seeing this meme on my f-list, and I finally remembered to post it. If you have friended me recently and haven't introduced yourself, please take this opportunity to do so, if you'd like me to friend you back. I'm pretty careful these days about who I share my personal information with.

I know very little about some of the people on my friends list, while others I know relatively well. I read your journals; some of you update regularly and in detail, and some of you I hardly know at all. Perhaps you lurk, but you've friended me and I'd love to know more about you.

So here's a thought: Why not take this opportunity to tell me a little something about yourself? Anything at all, so the next time I see your name I can say, "Ah, there's so-and-so, and they love to...."

I'd love it if as many people as possible who have me friended would do this. Yes, even those of you who comment on my LJ all the time. Then post this in your own journal and see what gems of knowledge appear.

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pfeifferpack
Dec. 20th, 2007 05:35 pm (UTC)
I love chocolate...pretty much any kind (milk, dark, white) or nationality although European dark is less bitter than American, no aftertaste. I hated chocolate as a child and only developed this passion when I reached my 30's.

Same for cola's (Coke, pepsi, RC, etc...cola flavor). Hated it as a kid but in my 30's developed a taste and now love the diet varieties of them all (the regular is still too syrupy for my tastes).

Wow I just realized the same is true for cheese! I only liked bland "american" cheese as a child but now love it all from mild and creamy to sharp and edgy. I'm as much a cheese fan as a chocolate one.

So I guess my taste buds changed radically as an adult.

Kathleen
gamiila
Dec. 21st, 2007 08:57 am (UTC)
Cheese and chocolate are two very important foodstuffs to me. I can get by without them, but life just simply isn't as good if they're missing from the larder.