Thursday, April 29, 2010

5QF Thursday Night Sneak Peek!!


Yay!! Friday is almost here! (But, it's my weekend to work.) :(

So, that means that it is almost time for Five Question Friday! Yippee!!!!!


Okay...for anyone that is new...this post, the one that you are reading right now, at this very minute, is just a "preview"...a chance to see the questions, so you can get your answers all ready for tomorrow, when I put the MckLinky up and everyone links to their post!

Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!

Rules: Copy the following questions to your blog post, answer them, then come on back to link up! If you'd like, grab the MckLinky blog hop code for your own post! Oh, yeah...and I'd love ya forever if you'd link back to me, Mama M.!

If you don't have a blog, but still wanna play along, feel free to put your answers in the comments below, or on any blog along the way!

And now, the...

Questions for Friday, 4/30/10: (Thanks to Linds, Sandy, Jill, Lula Lola, and Julie for their question suggestions! Wanna be linked in a future Five Question Friday? Offer up your best question suggestions over here, in my community!)

1.
If you could, would you go back to high school?

2. If a genie appeared and granted you two wishes, what would they be? (And, no saying "more wishes".)

3. What kids show do you secretly like?

4. What is your beverage of choice?

5. What is something that you would change about yourself (or are working to change in yourself)?


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See ya back here...yes, right here, tomorrow morning!

Oh...and one quick question...hypothetically speaking...if your teenage son was playing baseball, and (hypothetically) a foul tip broke the window of a teammate's parent's car, are you responsible for the damages?

You know, hypothetically, of course.

*gulp*


17 comments:

  1. Well, if HYPOTHETICALLY SPEAKING, of course, it was a game, at a diamond, with score-keeping, and all official-like, no, not really "responsible" (that's one of those park at your own risk scenarios), but it would be a nice gesture to offer to cover or split a deductible. That being said, I know with my insurance, I have a zero-deductible on my glass - perhaps they do as well. Hypothetically speaking, and all.

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  2. I have spent years watching my teenage son play ball. I say no, it goes with the territory. If you were outside a major league park and that happened, even the deep pockets wouldn't be responsible. It is a nice gesture to offer but, I would not expect it if my car was hit. It's the price you pay when you get a good parking spot. I am so glad it didn't happen to anyone we know. It could be so embarrassing.

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  3. I don't think you need to offer. Maybe an apology would be nice, but it's a "park at your own risk" situation.

    (Thanks for using one of my questions!)

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  4. heck no! most people have full glass coverage. Besides Most if not all parks say "at your own risk." This is one of those things called accidents. You may feel bad and they may be pissed but your not responsible for the damage.

    Jenn
    http://chancesimtaking.blogspot.com

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  5. If it happened in your neighborhood, you're responsible. If it happened at a park, you're not.

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  6. I agree with Candice!

    ...and also, I'm liking the questions for tomorrow, and I may or may not have just finished a vlog...I work tomorrow, so I'll be linking up in the evening, but yep. I ended up vlogging. And good greif I definitely made a fool out of myself! haha but I hope it makes someone laugh!

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  7. PS also, I love your blog and I really look forward to your posts :) you're funny and so beautiful!

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  8. I think if I were in a hypothetical situation as you mention I would offer to split the deductable or price of the window which ever is cheaper ...

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  9. I too agree with Candice.

    BTW, I cheated. My 5QF is already up. Well I sort of cheated. It is 4pm on Friday here. ha ha!

    http://ourimperfectlife.blogspot.com/2010/04/five-question-friday.html

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  10. i agree with everyone else about it being at the park versus your neigborhood and here is mine i'll be busy playing gofer for my hubby tomarrow http://dawngourley.blogspot.com/2010/04/five-question-friday_30.html

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  11. My post is up. I'll try to link it up later if I have a chance.

    BTW, I also linked up to your funny vlog from the other day!

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  12. Hypothetically speaking, when you go to the ballpark to watch a baseball game, one should know that there are going to be balls flying through the air. They should park their car in a place where as such said ball would not be able to reach their car. If not, they park at their own risk. That's just my opinion, hypothetically speaking, of course.

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  13. Absolutely not responsible for replacing the windshield. If you're going to park close to the field then you assume the risk of damage.

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  14. Girl, No!! You aren't responsible! They should've parked somewhere away from the field...They knew their chances when they parked there...It's not like it was done on purpose...hypothetically speaking of course.

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  15. Here's mine: http://wrestlingaddictedmommy.com/2010/04/five-question-friday-2/

    I'll be around later tonight to visit everyone!

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  16. I like iCarly, too!

    I think you should appreciate your body now, since I'm 42 and I would LOVE to have my body from my 30's. Really. You're right on there. And, I'll bet you're GORGEOUS, DAHLING...I've seen your vlog...you've got a teeny tiny mouth, though, and a teeny tiny ear... lol

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I love comments! And, I welcome your thoughts that aren't in agreement with mine...as long as they are respectful!

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