Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Flavor

If you had to describe me in terms of a flavor, what flavor would I be?

I, for instance, might say that I am Margarita flavor, sweet, but a little wicked.

(Originally, I was going to ask what flavor you were, but my narcissistic instinct took over. It's all about me, not you.)

So, what flavor am I?

20 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:19 AM

    vanilla.

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  2. Hey wait, isn't this an old Question of the Week from MY blog? Well, I will answer you all the same - back in junior year of high school, you answered this question as "penicillin" - occasionally bitter, but ultimately good for people in the long run.

    That's what you said then, that's what I think now.

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  3. Bombay and lime.

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  4. 'twas also a blog idea of the day from Grab long ago...

    And I would say... ginger. Sometimes spicy, sometimes a bit hard to take, but overall the good outweighs the bad... barely ;-)

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  5. narcissism tastes like charcoal.

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  6. Malt

    and yes, an old grab blog, will it be what colour crayon you are tommorow?

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  7. Wet mushy bread. Like cheap hot dog buns soaked in water and then mushed around a bit.

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  8. And whom do you think SUBMITTED that Blog Idea of the Day? Sheesh. Lest we forget...

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  9. Dave and Grab - those were the days....

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  10. "And I would say... ginger."

    I would have never thought that Brian would taste like me. Hmmmm ... let's ask Tom.

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  11. Butterscotch

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  12. Crap! Dave's right. He did ask this question on his own blog not long ago.

    And here I thought I was being creative...

    Sorry Dave, I didn't mean to Poach.

    hmmm... Does that mean I taste like poached eggs?

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  13. It's not poaching, it's imitation. Does this mean you're sincerely flattering Dave?

    And Mrs. Tom-- heh, that did occur to me after I posted it, sorry! But if Tom does come to a definitive conclusion... perhaps he should keep it to himself ;-)

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  14. Actually, I take that back-- if Tom responds with the affirmative, is that a compliment to Brian... or an insult to you? ;-)

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  15. Oosje1:38 PM

    Marmite. For those of you who have never tasted it,an aquired taste to be sure, it is strong, pungent, with a slightly sweet aftertaste. It is eaten in very small doses and craved for when there is none to be had.

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  16. Mighty Dog with a dash of paprika.

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  17. Nope, not ginger, although I wish since it is one of my favorites (although if I recall correctly, Mrs. Tom is not a big fan, go figure).

    I think Oosje got it right.

    There was a beer I tasted at Brewfest once called Old Bastard or something like that. It had the aftertaste of sweaty fat men.

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  18. Wait, who are you calling sweaty??

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  19. Well at least sweaty on one side of your face.

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Be compelling.

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