What Would You Do? - A RWW Post

October 6, 2015

 

This week on the Romance Writers Weekly blog hop, Kristi Rose is asking: "What would you do?":

1. Describe your life in 20 words or less

2. If your life was like Seinfeld, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or Golden girls. What character would you be?

3. Who would win a fight between Chuck Norris and MacGyver?

 

 

Teresa Keefer was the previous stop on the hop. Make sure to check out her post, too.

 

My answers:

 

1. Describe your life in 20 words or less:

Fabulous. Caffeine-fueled. Books. Friends. Family. Grateful.

 

 

2. If your life was like Seinfeld, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or Golden Girls, what character would you be?

I'm tempted to pick Kramer. Awesome first name (Cosmo), you never knew what he was going to say, and he always had a fun/insane idea going on. 

 

But I've got to go with my Golden Girls. I so want to be Sophia Petrillo. She says what she wants, she's funny as hell, and she's wise. 

 

 

3. Who would win a fight between Chuck Norris and MacGyver? 

Well...Chuck's got the martial arts background. (Check out the movie with him and Bruce Lee! That's the only thing I've seen him in.) And MacGyver is resourceful and can develop a weapon out of a paperclip and duct tape. And that is pretty awesome. Tough decision. While I was pondering this, another duo came to mind. Connor and Duncan MacLeod from Highlander. They are immortal, so in a fight my money's on them. Fans of Highlander know "There can be only one." But I'm not choosing between them... :-)

 

 

Fiona Riplee is the next stop on the hop. Be sure to check her out!

 

As always, thanks for reading!

 

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