I got tagged by (((Billy))) for the six random things about myself meme. Here are the rules:
1. Link to the person who tagged you (I did).
2. Post the rules on your blog (I did).
3. Write six random arbitrary things about yourself (see below).
4. Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them (see below – suckers).
5. Let each person know they’ve been tagged and leave a comment on their blog (doing now).
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up. (back at you (((Billy)))).
Six Random Things About Me:
- I’ve cut my head open twice in bed related incidents.
- I’m allergic to bee stings. Or at least I was last time I got stung (about 30 years ago) I may not be allergic to them any more according to medical opinion, but I’m not game to risk it. I’ve tried very hard to avoid bees since the last time I got stung. “Is that a balloon in your hand?” “No, it is my hand.”
- I’ve appeared on TV at least twice. Once in an ABC current affairs program, and once broadcast live from an event at the Adelaide Festival Theatre.
- My older sister and I have something in common that my younger sister and brother don’t. (bonus point as this also reveals how many siblings I have)
- I wear a lot of Polo shirts, but none by Lacoste. I don’t know what that says about me?
- I like teasing people with half hinted at statements. (as Fiery would say) ***snerk***
I’m tagging the following six people, however as this meme spreads it’s getting harder to find people who haven’t already been tagged. So if you have already been tagged, or done this meme, just drop a link in my comments. If you don’t have a blog and want to get involved just leave your 6 random things about yourself in my comments.
Atheist Blogger (because we have something in common)
Phoenix Rising (aka Fiery)
The Thinkers Podium (because we have something in common)
I’ve rushed this out since I’ve finally realised I’d been tagged (hadn’t checked my own blog for 2 days!) to try and beat others to my taggees. Don’t forget to have a look at the other post today about abortion, censorship and the atheist bus advertising campaign.