Monday, 26 January 2009

Order! Order!

I rather hastily volunteered to be the subject of Expat Mum's interrogation-game last week (Imagine Bruce Forsyth as Commandant of Guantanamo) and she's kindly e-mailed me her questions. They're very good - probing, thoughtful, intelligent and shrewd. You'd like them; really you would!
Here are my answers:
1. One to two hours, on average. I write something every day, even if it's just my diary;

2. Discovering the UK, a school textbook for Wayland;

3. The fact I don't miss work at all;

4. This was a deliberate ploy to ensure Sally is our unpaid nanny;

5. I think you must mean Sarah!

A 'Dotterel's Delight' goes to the first one to correctly post the questions!

Oh, and the game stupulates that you can invite others to participate, so if you'd like me to stick my beak in, do please drop the Dot an e-mail.


Gadjo Dilo said...

I reckon the questions were:

1: How much time a day do you spend incinerating works of degenerate literature?

2: What's on this year's 'A' level English Literature syllabus?

3: What's the only statement currently on your Curriculum Vitae?

4: Why was Sally "grounded" for most of 2008 for eating too many Jaffa Cakes?

5: Are you proud to be the creator of great works of fiction?

Kevin Musgrove said...
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Kevin Musgrove said...

Well now... a second go

1. How much time do you spend tagging "something" onto walls and bus shelters?

2. What's next on David Milliband's reading list?

3. What debars you from becoming a member of the board of the Training and Development Agency for Schools?

4. Why have you taken all the handles off the doors on the inside?

5. Wasn't it funny when Sandra Bernhardt took her false leg off and fetched George Bernard Shaw one right up the throat?

Debs said...

Love the questions, I'll have to go and have a think now.

The Dotterel said...

Well, all I can say Debs, is that the competition's still open - no winners so far!

david mcmahon said...

Like you, I write something every day.

It is extremely rewarding ....

Gadjo Dilo said...

Waddya mean "no winners so far"??!? Kev and me must be occupying 1st and 2nd place between us - nobody else has bothered!

The Dotterel said...

But, Mr Dilo, you're both the wrong. I have the answers here in front of me. Have another go. Go on - you know you want to!

Anonymous said...

I'll not even try to guess the questions for fear of showing my ignorance. Just came over to say thank you for visiting my blog. I could have spoken [your previos post]to Muir Matheson but I was only ten at the time, or Monica Dickens, but there was a scrum around her, the Queen and Phillip, but they were in a car behind the bus I was riding and they didn't look up.

Eryl Shields said...

I keep coming back and forgetting your answers, then I suddenly thought I can write them down, so here's my attempt:

1) How much time do you spend awake each day?

2) What's the most useful book you've ever read?

3) What is you guilty secret?

4) Why did you name your child after your next door neighbour?

5)Do you and Jade get to spend much time together now you have a family?

Akelamalu said...

1. How long do you spend in the lavatory per day and what do you do in there?

2. What's your favourite piece of literature.

3. What statement do you regularly make that surprises everyone?

4. Why did you offer the bag lady a home?

5. Who was that woman your wife caught you in bed with?

LOL that was fun! :)

The Poet Laura-eate said...

I'm sorry, my brain was always rather dyslexic when it came to puzzles.

Well done on the writing front. I don't think my job applications would pique anyone's interest though I probably spend 1-2 hours a day on the,

DJ Kirkby said...

I couldn't guess even one! Oh ok well maybe one...number 1 that is: do you write every day and how long on average do you spend writing?

Rog said...

1. How long do you spend writing every day?

2. What was the last book you wrote?

3. What is your greatest surprise?

4. Why have you stolen Sally's Latvian Passport.

5. What is the nicest thing in your life?

The Dotterel said...

Well, and I thought you were on to it, Rog. I'd banked on nobody knowing sbout Sally's Latvian passport. But no. 5? Come on!

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