Monday, January 15, 2018

TMI Tuesday: Truth

1. A friend gave you a pie touting it as a favorite family recipe, and you ate this pie and got sick–or had an allergic reaction. The friend calls a few days later to ask, “How did you like the pie?” What would you say?

I'd probably tell them it didn't really agree with me. 

2. Your significant other really wants to try the “swingers’ lifestyle” but you really do not want to do this. Do you:
a. Tell him/her no, you are not interested
b. Do it, and go along to make her/him happy
c. Say yes, because you’ll try anything once
d. Say no, with no explanation and forbid your significant other from venturing into swinging.


My Master did ask me if I wanted to try this sometime.  My response was that I would do it for him, but I wasn't really into it for myself.  
He ended up not exploring it.
However, we do swap at times with other couples, but not at specific swinger events.  My main issue with the swinger lifestyle is that most of them frown on any sort of BDSM and I kind of need that stuff to get interested.

3. Have you texted nude photos to someone and had it come back to bite you in the ass–as is someone taking revenge for your misjudgement?

I haven't ever texted nude photos.  

4. Have you or would you ever stop having a relationship with someone who had a weight problem, and their physique drastically changed?

No.  

5. Would you rather find true love or win the lottery with winnings of $10,000 (usd)?

Well, I'm already in love so I guess the lottery?  Although I'd never give up love for money.


Bonus: Which topic of conversation do you avoid at all costs–politics or religion?

Neither!  I'm regularly into both discussions, but perhaps I'm more willing to debate on politics than religion.  I have nothing much to say about religion except to each their own and keep it out of politics.    

For more TMI posts: https://tmituesdayblog.wordpress.com/2018/01/15/tmi-tuesday-january-16-2018/

4 comments:

  1. The thing about discussing politics or religion is that you'll never change anyone's opinion anyway, so why get into an argument?

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    1. I don't know, I guess I'm easily sucked in.

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  2. I remember talking to my dad on the steps of a UCLA auditorium. he said the conventional wisdom is you never discuss politics or religion with strangers, but my dad thought conversations would be quite boring and anodyne without them.

    of course this was pre-internet when the atmosphere was less all-out toxic. I’m more into political thrillers these days. bring back The Boondocks with the original creator at the helm. and uncancel 24! I got converted to be an internet minister over the internet, so there’s that.

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    1. All hail Minister Phoenix, amen! (that's the proper address, right?)

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