Stolen from duhbigman

First job:
Not including babysitting, I worked at the Kraft Cheese Factory in Ingleside when I was 16.

First screen name:

First funeral:
Grandpa Groves – he died of scerosis of the liver from Labatt fitty when I was 13.

First pet:
Sparky, orange tabby tomcat. We had other pets, but he was the first that was just mine.

First piercing/tattoo:
Ears in grade one. Dragon tattoo when I was 22.

First credit card:
Mastercard. ASS.

First Kiss:
High school. A guy who was 5 years older than me when I was 16. Kinda creepy when I think about it now.

First one that mattered:
The first one I can remember really mattering was on a beach in toronto at sunrise. Just one of those things.

First true love:
That’s a strange question. I guess the guy I kissed in the previous one.

First enemy:
Belinda Casselman. She beat me up in grade 2.

First big trip:
The east coast when I was 13 with my best friends and her parents – Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. So nice out there.

First concert:
New Kids on the Block.

First musician you remember hearing in your house:


Last car ride:
Yesterday, two blocks in the Blizzard from Timothy’s Coffee shop to my house with my friend Cal.

Last kiss:
Adam, this morning.

Last library book checked out:
Kurt Vonnegut – Cat’s Cradle (got it for Ian, I’ve read it before.)

Last movie watched:
The Duke. It was on tv. It was painfully bad. Something about a dog that’s a duke in England. So bad.

Last beverage drank:

Last food consumed:
Turkey Bacon Club from Tim Horton’s.

Last phone call:
Jay, last night.

Last time showered:
Yesterday I think.

Last CD played:
Great Big Sea – Turn

Last annoyance:
waking up this morning

Last soda drank:
Ginger Ale

Last ice cream eaten:

Last time scolded:

Last shirt worn:
this one.

Last website visited:
Livejournal friends page.


  • duhbigman

    January 28, 2004 at 9:38 am

    I love Vonnegut. Cat’s Cradle is really good but my favourite is still Breakfast of Champions.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      January 28, 2004 at 10:32 pm

      I’m planning on reading that one, but they didn’t have it at the branch I was at so I’ll have to get them to ship it over to me once I’m done with Choke (which should be tomorrow, since I only read it when I’m alone on the streetcar.) This is the second time I’ve read Cat’s Cradle, and I quite like it. I’ve also read Mother Night, which I’ve since forgotten (this is why I reread things) but I remember liking it… just not as much as Cat’s Cradle.

      • duhbigman

        January 29, 2004 at 6:10 am

        I’d also recommend Slaughterhouse-Five, The Sirens of Titan and Hocus Pocus.