Well, I can finally fit into my maid of honor dress, which you can view here if you’re so inclined. Anyway, I don’t have much else to say right now considering how late it is, so on with the show!
Since I missed last week’s Sunday Social, and some of the questions were really nifty, I am going to mish-mosh them in with this week’s questions and omit a couple from each.
1. When did you join twitter? November 14th, 2008 (my friend Jen’s birthday!) I’m unsure if I had another name before GlassofWin, but I don’t think so. So we’ll just go with this!
2. Who is your favorite non-celeb to follow? I love being able to follow my friends who live far away.
3. Who is your favorite celeb to follow? Donna Dickens, Angelina “ALB”, Kevin Smith, Mark Hamill, LeVar Burton, Cher, Sir Patrick Stewart, Susan Powter, Anthony Bourdain, Gordon Ramsay, and Wil Wheaton. Don’t look at me like that. I love all of them and refuse to pick one!
Seriously, go follow @SirPatStew right now.
4. Have you ever had a celeb respond to a tweet? Yeah. Kevin Smith favorited a couple of my tweets, Mark Hamill replied/favorited, The Rubberbandits replied a couple of times, and Maria Doyle Kennedy and I have had a few conversations.
5. What was your best birthday? Any birthday I was able to spend with KD.
6. What was your best vacation? I truly cannot chose one. Visiting my friends means so much to me, as does exploring the world just for funsies.
Digital postcard from my trip to Washington DC last year!
8. Best TV show ending of all time? This is a pretty difficult question, because I find that the conclusion of TV shows are often rushed and fall flat. Some end on horrible cliffhangers, leaving audiences forever in limbo (I’m looking at you, Carnivale and The Tribe). Given that they were prematurely cancelled, I am A-OK with how Freaks & Geeks and Dead Like Me ended. Other TV shows I feel had a satisfactory ending: Fushigi Yuugi, Sex and the City, The Girl from Tomorrow, Six Feet Under (I have issues with the show itself, but I’m good with how it ultimately concluded), and even though Murphy Brown weakened in its later years, I believe the show ended strongly.
I’m going to think of several shows as more examples later, I just know it. For now, though, I’ll cap it off.
Just don’t watch the movie.