Chicken and Noodles, Friday Feast.

Describe a toy you remember from your childhood.
I have done this one before many times… lets see if I can think of a new one. I had a deck of cards that had all kinds of different tanks. You would battle against other tanks based on their specs and you would battle until you ended up with everyone else’s cards… anyone have played this one or know its name?

On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being highest) how observant are you?
When it comes to programming a 9 in some cases… with other stuff an 8. I am good at seeing patterns.

Where would you rather be at this very moment?
In Colombia for sure visiting Palmira, ve, con Bea :) Hopefully soon

Main Course
When was the last time you learned something new?
I think today with Mike, he told me that noon is not considered either PM or AM.


Fill in the blank: I have ____________ but I haven’t ____________.
I have jumped from a high rock into a river but I haven’t jumped from a plane.

12 comments on “Chicken and Noodles, Friday Feast.

  1. with regards to your appetizer, i think you’re talking about those trump cards. i did play with that too when i was a kid and we had different photos – there were tanks, race cars, motorcycles, and even cartoon characters!

  2. Seems like it might be almost safer to jump from a plane with a parachute than a high rock into a river. But I don’t think I’ll be doing either. :) I always thought noon was p.m…hmmm!

  3. Enjoyed your feast answers!
    Haven’t heard of the card game you described.
    Hope the river was deep when you jumped from a high rock!

  4. A great feast. Actually, 12 o’clock noon is 12:00pm and midnight is 12:00am.

    Happy Feasting.

    Come sit at my table and enjoy my feast.

  5. Thanks Logtar and Reba for the answer to my noon, midnight question. I’ve wondered that and always forget to look up the answer! :)

  6. ¡Las cartas! No me acuerdo cómo se llaman, pero debo tener unas por ahí. Las voy a buscar.
    Apuesto cilindraje al mayor, ¡pido guerra si la hay!

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