200 Questionnaire: Part IV

130: Wal-Mart or Target: Walmart. I shop Target periodically only cause I don’t have that post-college job just yet.

129: Ben Stiller or Adam Sandler: Tie. (yes, I DO MEAN A TIE!) Adam Sandler stole my heart with the Wedding Singer and Click, & the lovable Mr. Deeds. I will also admit, contradictory to popular comments, I loved his latest, Pixels.
Ben Stiller was mean in Heavyweights. It took him years and many movies (pretty much right up until Night at the Museum) to win his way back.

128: Manicure or Pedicure: Manicure. I hate people touching my feet.

127: East Coast or West Coast: Central Coast? Haha. If I had to choose, it’d be the East Coast. Like New York. You know, where my homie T-Swift lives.

126: Your Birthday or Christmas: Again with the touch ones. Tie. Christmas is when family gets together and sings Christmas carols and gets drunk on Egg Nog.
Birthdays are also for drinking. and presents. in that order.

125: Chocolate or Flowers: Chocolate. Flowers wither and die. Chocolate melts to your stomach which is practically your heart, right?

124: Disney or Six Flags: Six Flags.

123: Yankees or Red Sox: Minnesota Twins.

[Here’s what I think about]

122: War: The military waiting for the President to hit the big Red button.

121: George Bush: I have no opinion.

120: Gay Marriage: Loving someone only involves two people.
Not the entire world.

119: The presidential election: Might as well be America’s grown-up version of a high school’s Student Body election (with alcohol and more bad choices, of course).

118: Abortion: is only one letter difference from adoption.

117: MySpace: You mean MusicSpace?

116: Reality TV: A regularly scheduled and well-scripted made-to-look-candid sitcom.

115: Parents: Mine are loving and caring and one always gives me money when the other one ain’t looking.

114: Back stabbers: Once-upon-a-time friends who stuck a metaphorical knife in your back, directly into your heart, and watch you bleed and spot, until they’ve dried you up and left you to kill the friendship yourself.

113: Ebay: the magical place I get crappy, used DVDs from.

112: Facebook: Where you need to monitor your posts because family is watching.
Always watching. Even when you don’t think they are, THEY ARE.

111: Work: Same shit, different night.

110: My neighbors: I will gladly let you know what I think of them once I’ve met them (if I ever meet them)

109: Gas Prices: change almost as much as Miley Cyrus.

108: Designer Clothes: Love them, druel over them; wait to buy them when seen on the Clearance rack or at Goodwill.

[Last time You]

107: Told your SA you love them: Yesterday. He’s been asleep the past six or so hours.

106: Told a Best Friend a secret: I recently told my BFF Erica that I had friend requested my old high school boyfriend. Even after I cheated on him and never told him before I broke up with him. (Still hasn’t accepted nor denied my request)

105: Lied: I lie to myself daily telling myself what I plan to do, then sleep the day off instead.

104: Did what you want when you wanted to: I danced in my living room with my music on full-blast while wearing a headset. at least it was a Bluetooth headset.

103: Hugged someone: Six hours ago, when I said Good night to my loving boyfriend.

102: Food you ate: Mint Oreo cookies.

101: Saw someone you hadn’t seen in a while:  A colleague of mine from our Writer’s Workshop days.



Amanda B Hansen

Amanda Hansen

Amanda B Hansen is a writer & poet who currently resides in Omaha, NE. 
She is a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She holds a Bachelor's in General Studies. Her certifications include English, Music, & Creative Writing. 

Amanda currently splits her time being a full-time Customer Service Adviser at her local Walgreen's, and being an Editor/Social Media/Writing Contributor for Fine Lines Journal in Omaha.