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{October 28, 2011}   Five Question Friday for October 28th,2011


Three Days until Halloween!

As always, you may answer these questions in your own post or in the comments section!

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On to the questions!

1. Do you prefer cotton, silk, or flannel sheets? For bed sheets, probably cotton because silk feels nice but it’s also slippery LOL I like silk pillow cases though and am currently sleeping on one, I just love how it feels to rest your head on silk and it’s also supposed to be good for your hair! 🙂

2. What time zone are you in? I’m in the Central Time Zone

3. What is your favorite part of the holiday season? Seeing family that I haven’t seen in way too long and then 2nd favorite is seeing them get excited about a present I bought them (I only wish I could afford more at times)

4. What is your favorite “wintry” drink? (It doesn’t have to be an “alcoholic” drink!) I’m pretty much a Mountain Dew girl year round….but I guess Hot Chocolate would be a good wintry drink because it’s chocolatey AND it warms you up!

5. In your opinion, what is the worst job in the world? I could probably come up with quite a few answers here but any time where you have to clean up “human or animal waste” in any way is gross…I know it’s also necessary and I admire those who do those sorts of jobs but eeks! Disgusting! Also crime scene cleaners…not only do they have to clean some horrible looking stuff but also being exposed to the horror stories of what happens to people would be emotionally draining!

Have to say cleaning up human and animal waste is gross…but vomit with peas and carrots in it, comes a close second!…yuck

Yuck! I didn’t think about it at the time, but mommies have to clean up a lot of human waste AND vomit! Ewww!

I think being a CSI would be kind of cool, but I heard the “real job” is quite boring. Eventually, you’d be a little immune to the “mess” almost a “seen it before” kind of thing. What about a mortician? That takes a special personality. I knew a lady who’s husband did “lovely work,” as she so put it…giving me his business card when I was 25. I wasn’t expecting anyone I knew to die any time soon. So it was weird.

Lake Forest, CA

I wasn’t talking about a Crime Scene Investigator…I was talking about the people who clean crime scenes. The ones that clean up the blood, guts, fecal remains, etc. after an accident or murder OR when a body has been found that laid there for days or even weeks and all the nasty stuff has drained through the carpets and even the flooring…yuck! I actually watched a show on TV about it once…forgot what it was called, but it was a pretty yucky job and hard, too. The turnover rate for people in that kind of job is high…most people only do it for a short time and wear themselves out.

Okay, I’ll play five questions… 100% Cotton 200 thread count sheets (yes, I’m picky – higher thread counts are too soft, lower is too stiff, and 200 is just right), EST and Sister’s Cocoa (hot chocolate laced with Carolan’s). Yes, I skipped #3 and I think your #5 ranks right up there for EWE.

I don’t even know what thread count my stuff is….lol…but it’s comfortable enough…..What does EWE stand for? And I might have a “DUH!” moment when you tell me, but right now I am lost as to the meaning. 🙂

ElizOF says:

I agree with you on that #5 answer. Yuck! 🙂

Yep, very yucky indeed!

Cotton sheets and hot cocoa are my choices too. And yes, human bodily fluids, not lovely. I can only tolerate them coming out of my kids’ but absolutely not other people. Although I have no problem helping someone who got hurt, no fear there.

I think I would try to put my gross out feelings aside as well if I saw someone hurt and just try to do whatever I could.

Yeah I personally can’t imagine working in a slaughtering house or something, that would be really gross to me.

Ewww! I agree, that WOULD be gross!

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