Who Are You?

January 27, 2010

Who are you?

I don’t mean that in some preachy, philosophical, profound blogger type of way.  I really just want to know who are you.

It’s been almost a year since I played this little game with the readers, and I think there may be a few more of you this time.  What makes blogging so fun is connecting with other people, and this is one of those little ways to do that.  If you’re a new reader, this is your chance to introduce yourself to everyone.  If you’re a longtime reader, maybe this is your day to un-lurk and make a comment (or email me if you’re a subscriber.)

Here’s what I want to know.  It’s really easy.

1.)  Your name, and what state (or country) you live in.
For example, I’m Matt, and I live in Missouri.  Your comment could be just two words.

2.)  If you want to go for bonus points, ask me any question you want to know of me.  I’ll spend Friday’s post on my answers to you.  But you have to answer the question yourself too!  I had some really creative questions come at me last time which revealed that I regularly serenade my wife with the Golden Girls theme song, and a movie was made about me being a Super Mario Bros. 3 champ.

3.)  For bonus, bonus points, you can play “never have I ever.”  That’s where you name something you’ve never done, in hopes that I’ll have to admit my guilt on Friday’s post.  For example, you might say, “Never have I ever suddenly realized I know the lyrics to Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the USA” to my great chagrin and puzzlement.”  You know, stuff like that.  Except, don’t really ask that, because it was just an example.  Really, don’t.

Take your pick, one or all of them.  Who are you?