Friday Girl Talk, Video

29 TMI Blog Questions

Time for a little Q&A using 29 TIM Blog Questions. I saw these questions over at Tina’s blog and decided on a whim (isn’t that how all videos are supposed to be made?) to answer them in a video. Here they are. 🙂

Phew. That was fun. If you’d like to check out Tina’s answers check out her blog, Carrots n’ Cake. She got the questions from Monica over at Run Eat Repeat so definitely check out her video.

I’m hoping Carla from Real Into will tackle these questions next. But that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook. Go on and select one or two questions to answer in the comment section and consider answering all 29 questions on your blog. Don’t forget to come back and leave me a link so I can check out your answers!

29 TMI Blog Questions

1. What are you wearing?
2. Ever been in love?
3. Ever had a terrible breakup?
4. How tall are you?
5. How much to do you weigh?
6. Any tattoos?
7. Any piercings?
8. Favorite song?
9. Quality you look for in a partner?
10. Favorite quote?
11. Favorite actor?
12. Loud music or soft?
13. Where do you go when you’re sad?
14. How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?
15. Ever been in a physical fight?
16. Turn on?
17. Turn off?
18. Fears?
19. Last thing that made you cry?
20. Last time you said you loved someone?
21. Meaning behind your You Tube name?
22. The relationship between you and the last person you texted?
23. Favorite food?
24. Place you want to visit?
25. Do you have a crush?
26. Last time you kissed someone?
27. Last time you were insulted?
28. Favorite piece of jewelry?
29. Who should answer these questions next?

Friday Girl Talk

Friday Girl Talk – Number Please?

Happy Friday!

I thought I’d ask a question and get some feedback.

Is it ever okay in a workplace (whether work-friends, peers, superiors, subordinates, but I’m talking about women – no men) to be asked what you number?

So lets say you are in a group of co-workers and someone asks what your number is, is that cool?

Is it a way to bond with the gals? Or is it another way for women to judge other women?

What do you think?

Cool or not?