Monday, February 22, 2010

I'm a Sugar Doll! And Ten Things You Don't Know About Me




Well, it looks like I'm a lucky boy again! Our friend D. A. Wolf over at Big Little Wolf's Daily Plate of Crazy has bestowed on me the


As D.A. describes it, the Sugar Doll is bestowed for delightful and thought-provoking writing. Nice to know my griping has had a positive effect on someone! What started out as a place to vent has turned into so much more.

Nothing comes for free however, Apparently I'm supposed to start a list of Ten Things You Don’t Know About Me, because, after all, aren't we trying to get acquainted? And then I need to find one or more other writers to share the pleasure of receiving the Sugar Doll Award. I'll do that in a post later this week. Mucho research to do!

So, without further to do, here's me in a nutshell. They are different form when Scott over at This Daddy's Blog gifted me with the Beautiful Blogger Award. Thought you kids could use some new material:


  1. I don't drink alcohol at all. Not one drop for many years. Suffice it to say, I had enough to last a lifetime and my life, as well as everyone else's around me, just goes better that way.
  2. My father is the guy in the world I admire the most. Not because he was hugly successful in life, monetarily at least. It's because he's a guy who has always done the right thing by people and his family, regardless of the personal impact. If I'm lucky, I'll be half as good a man. We're best friends and I'm so grateful for that;
  3. I rarely read books, newspapers, etc. but if I do read , it's online. For some reason, reading the printed page puts me to sleep but the computer does not. If I have a lot of work reading to do and I can't get the document online, I many times will do it standing up or pacing around my office. Drives my co-workers crazy;
  4. For a guy who lives in THE most densely populated zip code in the country (10021, look it up) I hate crowds. WTF? Put me in the woods with a lake and no people and I am at peace.
  5. I can drive a fork lift and can weld, seriously. Not bad for a white collar geek. In all honesty, I'd rather be working with my hands;
  6. I never believed in the Easter Bunny...NEVER. How the hell is a little bunny supposed to carry all those baskets around the world in one night, especially since no one said he was magic? And what the hell do bunnies have to do with eggs anyway? Even at 4 I thought this was stupid. An Easter Chicken maybe, if it were magic and could fly super fast, but a bunny? Come on...;
  7. I was engaged prior to Ex, about 11 years ago. V, my then fiance, broke it off 5 months before the wedding. Broke my heart and took YEARS to heal. I still consider her the one that got away.
  8. Accents on women drive me CRAZY in a good way: British, French, Southern, Russian, whatever...just TALK!
  9. My freshman year in college, after much philandering, I was CONVINCED I had a serious STD (yes, sexually transmitted disease). I went to the team physician and showed him my business. He was a very old, crusty country doctor who had been the team physician for all the Virginia Tech athletes for 25 years. He looked at me over the top of his glasses, squenched up his face and said "Boy...you always wear them tightie whities? Cause you got the worst case of jock itch I ever seen! You gotta let your boy breathe!" To this day, I'm strictly a boxer guy.
  10. When I was four, my Dad took me to K-Mart for Big Boy Day. We'd spend Saturdays looking at the sporting goods and would maybe buy a toy. Afterward, we'd go to Burger King and get burgers. One of my fondest childhood memories. One particular Saturday, I ordered a Whopper Junior because Dad got the Whopper. I felt like such a man. Half way through chewing the first bite I tasted the most disgusting thing I ever had in my mouth. We opened the bun and in it was a half rotten slice of tomato. To this day, I can't eat raw tomatoes. Ketchup, marinara, salsa, yes, but never just a plain sliced tomato. Makes me gag.

Ok kids. Be on the lookout for my list of Sugar Dolls, coming up soon!

13 comments:

The Pipster said...

Congrats on the award! I don't know what jock itch feels like (since I'm a girl); however, that sounds painful. I have an accent, a Buffalo accent...I say melk instead of milk :)

This Daddy said...

A Sugar Doll, reminds me of a strip club in Atlanta. Keep your clothes on Big City.

Nice job on not drinking I am at a year now with no alcohol.

1 WORD-----COMANDO

dj kosmotronix said...

Seriously funny stuff! I always enjoy reading!

-ML

Senorita said...

Nice job, Sugar ! The chicks dig men who work with their hands by the way ;)

LittleMama714 said...

ew. such a girl right now, but I swear I just threw up a little bit in my mouth when i read the last one about the tomato. blech!!

BigLittleWolf said...

What a great list, BCD! I never thought about the fact that those bunnies really ought to be chicks. But then, aren't someBunnies "chicks?"

A welder in boxers. I predict a slew of heavily accented women pursuing you following this post. Surely one will have worked her way through college at a strip joint in Hotlanta, and she'll call you Sugar, Sugar.

:)

Nicki said...

OKay, #9 really made me giggle. And huh...jock itch...not an urban legend? And #10...I'm with you completely!

MindyMom said...

Great list. #9 is hilarious! ;)

Danielle said...

My cousin and I would play "guess what foo I am feeding you" and she put a paper towel in my sandwhich. Every time I eat a sandwhich of anykind, I have to look inside first.

Julie Cornewell said...

Congrats on the award! I wanted to thank you for being a follower of Diary of a Single Mommy and let you know that my blog has moved to http://childrenmakeyoucrazy.blogspot.com/

Brittany said...

I laughed out loud.. literally!

Accents do it for ya eh? How about the ohhh so sexy Minnesotan' accent! Eh? Dontchya know? :) I'm pretty certain it could charm the pants off of any guy! :) lol!

NYC Single Mom said...

Love the list and speaking as someone who grew in the burbs and is somehow wedded to this wacky city, I hate NYC crowds too. I will go to the first show of anything to avoid the crowds. If I cant get a playdate when a museum opens, we go alone.

Love the STD story, so you are hokie my sister is one too.

www.newyorkcitysinglemom.com

Swati said...

I am a heterosexual gal but admit that accents on women drive me crazy too - LOL!
Swati

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