Saturday, January 12, 2002

The Friday Five:

1. What was your first job? I worked in a pie/sandwich/ice cream shop. I got lots of muscles in my right arm from ice cream scooping, and learned the fine art of milkshake making. I spent a lot of time combining flavors that nature would never put together. I was 14 and got paid $4.15/hr, baby. Eventually I ended up also working at the little concession stand at the same little park thingey, and it was then that I learned the joys of making funnel cakes outdoors in the summer. I now despise funnel cakes, although I can make a damn good one. I cant believe I was working 12-hour days when I was so little.

2. How old were you when you had your first kiss? You really, really don't want to know.

3. What was your first car? What happened to it? A lovely white 95 Mustang coupe named Sally. I hope to get her sister soon. Sadly, Sally began to shake when I hit 55. Then she started making noises constantly, then blew a head gasket, then started making more noises. I finally had to let the girl go. I miss her dearly.

4. What was your first concert- Seeing the area I live in, I honestly cant remember.

5. How do you plan to spend your weekend? Work, work, and a little more working. I do, however, plan to accomplish much reading and cookie eating at work, so life isnt half bad.

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