Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Dear Husband

It's 8:30 and I'm tired, but Lewis won't let me take a nap, so to get him back, I'm going to fill out this -

Concerning husbands:

1. He's sitting in front of the TV, what is on the screen?
Right this second, it's Planet Earth. Other favorites include the Office, 30 Rock, Law and Order, 24, and sportz. Especially college football. Go Cougs!

2. What kind of dressing does he get on his salad?
Typically ranch, but he'll spring for caesar if he's feeling daring.

3. What's one food he doesn't like?
Those candy circus peanuts. They just look gross.

4. You go out to eat and have a drink?
Dr. Pepper or pepsi. Sometimes root beer, sprite, or apple beer, but only sometimes.

5. Where did he go to high school?
Provo. It's nice cause our high schools have the same mascot.

6. What size shoe does he wear?
I asked him and he said, "I'm pretty sure you have to do this one on your own." So I don't know.

7. If he was to collect anything, what would it be?
Signed footballs. We'd have a room just for them.

8. What is his favorite type of sandwich?
The type from Subway. Chicken breast on wheat with provolone, tomatoes, green peppers, olives, lettuce, and a little bit of onion. I've ordered it once or twice.

9. What would this person eat every day if he could?
Moro bars. But not gross ones that melted on the way over here from New Zealand.

10. What is his favorite cereal?
Well, he really likes Marshmallow Mateys and Coco Roos, but the other day we found Chocolate Marshmallow Mateys - the best of both. Pretty sure that takes the cake. Or possibly pancake.

11. What would he never wear?
Red. Excepts for when Tiger is playing in the Masters or any other major golf tournament. On Sunday.

12. What is his favorite sports team?
The Brigham Young University Football Team. Followed by the San Francisco 49ers (he's a big fan of cousin Steve) and the Utah Jazz. Rounding out the top five are Cougar Basketball and Hockey (teams 2-4 are in no particular order)

13. Who did he vote for?
Gasp! Voter confidentiality, people! (Obama)

14. Who is his best friend?
Well, Bronco Mendenhall is his favorite person, but they're not really on speaking terms. So maybe me. Or Kyle or Royce - his BFFs.

15. What is something you do that he wishes you wouldn't do?
Take naps and be happy. Apparently.

16. What is his heritage?
Brigham's brothers. Two of 'em.

17. You bake him a cake for his birthday; what kind of cake?
Snap, I don't think I've baked him a cake before. I guess we've only ever celebrated one of his birthdays together (don't judge us), and his mom bought a Costco cake for it. So maybe pie.

18. Did he play sports in high school?
Football and hockey and ballroom dancing. And skiing.

19. What could he spend hours doing?
Watching football. And I could too.

20. What is one unique talent he has?
I would tell you, but my mom reads my blog.

9 comments:

willus said...

You're too kind.

Number 16 makes it sound like Brigham's brothers were gay, and they weren't.

Another thing... Ballroom isn't even a sport. AND i only did that in 9th grade... and in many high schools around the country that's not even in high school. So I guess that doesn't count.

Cass said...

Ballroom dancing IS a sport. DanceSPORT is the big competition BYU hosts. Just because there's music and dresses doesn't make it less sportsy! Those dancers are insanely athletic, to do what they do. But it's okay, Lewis, as a man, you don't have to agree with me. In fact, you'd look kind of wussy if you did. "Ballroom dancing is my favorite sport!" is a phrase best said by those of the female persuasion.

And Alyssa, #20 - EEEEEEEEEWWWWW!!!!!!

Cass said...

(Don't be mad, Lu! If I can't claim ballroom dancing, I have no sports ability at all!!!!) (except basketball, but ballroom is better)

Lys-face said...

Who are you talking to about not being mad? Me or Lewis?

Andre Terrific said...

Ballroom dance is not a sport. Sure, dancers are in great shape, but so are bodybuilders, and that's not a sport, either. Besides, while dancing does have competitions and winners and stuff, it's based too much on subjective judging to be a sport. A real sport is objective in determining points. You don't say, Look at the quarterback's form in that throw! See the beautiful spin on the ball! Five points! Bah, I say!

Lys-face said...

To be honest, I agree that ballroom dance is not a sport. I put it on there because I was punishing Lewis for being mean.

Second, that's not true, I do say look at the quarterback's form in that throw! See the beautiful spin on the ball? But I don't give him points. I just really, really like football.

willus said...

Dance isn't a sport. They had to make up a word for it, Dancesport. . .

Just because something takes athletic ability does not make it a sport. Like figure skating, rhythmic gymnastics, horseshoes, and NASCAR. Just because something might take athletic ability, have a winner, be recognized by the International Olympic Committee, or is covered on ESPN doesn't make it a sport.

Royce and Jessica said...

So totally WTF!!! Why wasn't I listed under the BFF part of this post?

Lys-face said...

Sorry Royce! I fixed it.

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