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Thursday Night 5QF Sneak Peek!


Wow...I really need to plan for this sneak peek a little better on the days I work!


8:30 pm is unacceptable, mama. UNACCEPTABLE!

However, this truly is a case of better late than never. Or maybe not. In any case, here it is!

Any fun weekend plans? I am finally getting my hair done. Still haven't decided whether to cut it or grow it, so we'll see what happens when I walk into the salon. I'm guessing cut...why is it that hairstylists always want to cut hair shorter?

One of the great mysteries in life. Lemme know if you figure that one out.

WELCOME to the Five Question Friday Sneak Peek! For anyone who is new here...or anyone just needing a reminder...this post is just your chance to get the questions ahead of time and get your post ready for tomorrow's link up!

Rules for Five Question Friday: Copy and paste the following questions to your blog post, answer them, then watch for the linky post to appear Friday morning! Also...and this IS IMPORTANT...have fun!!!

Thank you all for making this such a fun, successful blog hop every week!

Questions for Friday, September 23rd: (Special thanks to @kristinascackle, Sandy, @donettadalman, @gasfamily and @Lovely_Lici for their question suggestions! I'm dying for some fresh questions over here and besides that, I enjoy linking YOU in this little blog hop of ours, so please, please, please c'mon over to my community and offer up some question suggestions. OR, watch for my Twitter shout out for 5QF questions on Thursdays! If you go the Twitter route, remember to @5crookedhalos me and use hashtag #5QF!)

1. Dream job...realistic and completely unrealistic.

2. Do you fart in front of your significant other?

3. What's the furthest you've ever traveled from home? How far and where was it?

4. How do you celebrate birthday for your kids? Family only or friends? ... Alternate for those without kiddos: How did you celebrate birthdays as a kid?

5. Fave thing about fall?

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Alright! There it is. See you tomorrow!




Comments

  1. Dude....that was a joke (the fart question) to get you to laugh when reading the suggestions....seriously can't believe you actually used it!!! LOL! Just prooves you're really desperate for good questions! And...now everyone linking up tomorrow will all be a little closer. :)

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  2. What is hilarious, is that *that* question made me famous for a day! I posted that very question in Dooce's community back when it was brand new, and she featured it on her blog!

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  3. Hihi! that was actually really very funny... like it!

    http://emotera.me/5qf-posing-in-a-studio/

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  4. Woohoo! Thanks for picking my question! My week has been crazy so I'm a little behind on the blogging thing but I'm getting ready to link mine up in just a minute! :)

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