Monday, March 05, 2007

Seven things

I've been tagged by Cass!

Seven Things to Do Before I Die
1. Finish learning Mandarin, German, Latin, Japanese
2. Learn how to program (I mean the real way)
3. Get a passport
4. Get out of the US
5. Go outside
6. Visit Israel
7. Pat a bunny

Seven Things I Cannot Do
1. Be spontaneous (which is actually my nature)
2. Be disorganized (also my nature!)
3. Just go somewhere I want to go
4. Run
5. Change environments too quickly
6. Stop worrying
7. Fix things

Seven Things I Find Attractive in Others
1. Kindness
2. Intelligence
3. Wit
4. Politics
5. Weirdness
6. Loyalty
7. Talent

Seven Things I've Been Known to Say
1. What the hell?
2. Are they on crack?
3. What in the crap?
4. Who's my little brattywatty? (to cat)
5. WHAT?! (to meter)
6. Why am I so tired?
7. Oh noes!

Seven Books I Love
1. Harry Potter series
2. Miles Vorkosigan series by Lois McMaster Bujold
3. Nero Wolfe series by Rex Stout
4. His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman
5. Just a Geek by Wil Wheaton
6. The Silent Language by Edward T. Hall
7. Nightrunner series by Lynn Flewelling

Seven Movies I Recommend
1. Addams Family Values
2. Muppet Treasure Island
3. Office Space
4. Army of Darkness
5. Heathers
6. Hobgoblins (MST3K)
7. Harold and Maude

Maybe everyone's been tagged?

3 comments:

Sasha said...

I liked your "7 things I say" :)
And I also love Philip Pullman series.

cass said...

you are a language FIEND!!

i studied mandarin a bit in college. thought i would really go for it... but then kind of... got interested in other things. where i studied though, it was really focused on reading, so pretty boring, and not really a study of communication. (i now read chinese but i only interpret the meaning, and not how to pronounce anything)

Latin and german... umm. yeah. latin definetely sounds like fun. never touched it though. i have many german friends, but they are all so incredible at english i was never inclined to actually get off my ass and learn a thing.

japanese i guess is obvious.

oh, i love languages, so that is what jumped out to me from your seven.

cheers!

Lili said...

Sasha - Thanks, although now I guess I look kinda cranky ;)

Cass - Heh, and I didn't mention Spanish, either. I tried to take Chinese and Japanese at the same time and started to get confused by the characters ("to drink" in Chinese is "to shout" in Japanese, etc) plus I was doing unsimplified characters, so I think I need to work on learning those better and then trying to learn. I love languages, too (can you tell?)