Welcome to The Queen's Meme
7 Royal Questions on Tuesday
The first meme I ever did was The Book Meme in October 2006, tossed from the Philippines by a blogger named Lizza who turned out to be one of my best online girlfriends ever, even after all these blog years. She received it from a guy in England who talked about his underpants. Eventually I was crowned Mimi Queen of Memes by a man who wore underwear on his head.
But I digress.
The first meme I ever created was The Peace Meme. I asked people to tag 5 other people and we were on a roll. So to speak. Tagging is not so much an internet sport anymore but it sure was back in the baby days of blogging. Then I did the 9 Weird Things Meme in which I attempted to list 9 weird facts about myself. I thought it was scandalous but most people did not think I was weird enough. #1 was "I hate clocks." See? Not weird at all. Boy, have memes come a long way since!
**I know. You're wondering...will she ever get to the point?**
Well, the point is that since I've been revamping my blog, re-labeling, revising, editing photographs and sending some to the dump heap, I came across a gold mine of memes unheard of for years! Back then we listed things a lot. Tell me 3 Things You Did Today, 4 Things You Ate For Breakfast, 5 Things You Want To Say To Your Mother-In-Law etc. After a whole bunch of friendly tagging and whatnot in 2006, finally in January 2007 along came a question meme. I was tagged by Duchess Linda Upon The Thames (who wasn't a Duchess yet), Princess Sanni from Germany and Gemmolina who wrote a blog nobody could pronounce - all at the same time. So I named it "Triple Tagged and Slapped Silly." It was called the Silly Questions Meme.
I've taken one question from each of the first 7 question memes I ever did and put them into this meme.
Mimi's Old Memes Meme1. When you looked at yourself in the mirror today, what was the first thing you thought? (from The Silly Questions Meme)
The fact that we want to go to Mars to terraform it for humans to live there. We have not done well with our planet and Mars is not our planet! Just because we live next door to it doesn't give us any special rights. Maybe when we stop breeding like rabbits and don't destroy everything that we touch, this may change, but I hope this program does not succeed for now.
She told me that she is taking care of her diabetes. The biggest lie ever told. And look at the lives hers is ruining now.
I haven't the faintest idea. I find a lot of that hocus-pocus stuff doesn't work. People move the piece on the Ouija board.
Um, Grapefruit body wash from The Body Shop.
When can we set up the procedure to make it go away? I'm available immediately. (I'm not kidding - I've never wanted to have kids. Not to mention what they'd be getting genetically.)
No, marriage is hard work but not complicated.