7. Pets -- When you talk to them, do you talk to your cats primarily in English or in cat-speak?
It's sort of a cat-speak/English pidgin, really. I imagine that it's rather comical to hear me converse with Alex, for instance, whose voice is more squeak than meow :)8. Friendship -- Have you ever had your friendship betrayed in a major fashion? If so, by whom and how?
Perhaps once, but it was tied up in a relationship, so the feeling of betrayal was tied up tightly in the emotional rollercoaster that is a girl who no longer wants to talk to you that you really like. One day, we were getting to that point of boyfriend/girlfriend, the next she just completely stopped talking to me, and she was a bitch about it.
Out of all the people I have known in my life, she is the only person that I would honestly say I never want to see again.
No one has ever betrayed my friendship, that I can recall. She betrayed far more than my friendship, and I think that I tied it in deeper to the other things that were betrayed. Had we just been friends, it wouldn't have mattered, nor would I have felt betrayed.9. Literature -- So we've established that you hated Wuthering Heights. That aside, if you had to choose one character from that novel to have dinner and conversation with, who would it be? Where/what would you eat and what would you talk about?
Haha. Is my hatred of that novel sufficiently in evidence? I also suspect that my love of Don't Stop the Carnival
and the character Norman Paperman is also well noted. But I wouldn't want dinner with Norman, if I could pick only one (though it might be nice to sit at his table at Sardi's
). Dinner, for me, would have to be with James Bond. Of course, I'd probably end up poisoned or shot (as so many secondary characters do), but I can't help but think it would be the most exciting dinner I'd ever had.10. Movies -- What was the last movie you saw that you thought to yourself, "Man, I wish I could have those two hours of my life back," or something similar?
You know, it was so bad, I don't remember what it was. I actually saw it on a 50 cent night at the local dollar theatre, and I was sorely tempted to request my 50 cents back. I wish I could remember something about it, but I think I blocked it out of my mind.