Thursday, April 4, 2013

Never Have I Ever

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Never Have I Ever

So without further ado... Never have I ever:

Been hungover. I haven't blacked out, thrown up, or ever been hungover after drinking. Not even when I turned 21 and my roomies threw my an awesome party. That just doesn't sound fun to me at all. Getting drunk with friends and dancing the night away is a blast, but I have a pretty good tolerance and know how to pace myself.

Gotten tattooed or pierced. I'm probably the only (almost) 25-year-old I know that doesn't have her ears pierced. I hate needles (although after all the lab work I've had done this year, maybe not as afraid as I thought). I have a very very very low pain tolerance. I don't even know where I'd get a tattoo if I wanted one anyway because I wouldn't want it to be too obvious (I think tattoos can ruin bridal portraits if their visible and as I'm not married, that's a major concern for the future).

Seen a scary movie in the theater. As I've stated many times before, I hate scary movies. I can't watch the previews at home or at the theater. I mute the TV or change the channel at home and pull out my phone at the movie theater to avoid the horror.

Been pulled over. I was such a granny driver when I first got my license in high school. As I started driving on the interstate more and more throughout college, I loosened up a lot. I've had some close calls, but never gotten a warning or a ticket. I'm a pro at spotting cops though, so I attribute that to my luck. Knock on wood this trend continues.

Smoked anything. Cigarettes, pot, nothing. My grandmother had lung (twice) and esophageal cancer so I like to avoid that. Plus with my new tummy issues, smoking would only make it worse. And it smells HORRIBLY. I'm sorry, I don't know how smokers do it. The smell is disgusting.

Been involved in a (major) wreck that was my fault. One of my friends in high school backed into my little car in her suburban and totally killed my hood. I've rear ended someone in traffic but there was no damage except a few paint scratches. Someone backed into my car in a parking garage during a trip to Fort Worth a few years ago. All of these are little things and I'm very glad for it. I like my car looking nice and new (and clean although it's spring in Texas which means everyone's cars are green thanks to the pollen) so I take very good care of my car.

Been to Mexico. Doesn't sound that odd until you realize that almost everyone that lives in Texas (and their dog, seems like) has been to Mexico. My family went on a cruise in 2009, but it was right after the Swine Flu outbreak and Carnival suspended all stops to Mexico for a two months window. We were one of the last cruises in that window, naturally.

Liked seafood. I hate fish. I hate shrimp. I hate lobster. If it lived in the ocean, I don't like it. I'm a super picky eater, but I've tried more and more things as I've gotten older. Fish/seafood is something I absolutely refuse to like. Anytime I've eaten it, it just all tastes SO fishy to me. I know that salmon and stuff is good for you because of the fatty Omega 3's or whatever, but I just do NOT like it. Yuck yuck yuck.

Did I get you on any of these? I kept it pretty G-rated since this is the internet and I really don't want to embarrass myself - haha. Are you linking up?

1 comment:

Nadine said...

I'm with you on so many of these! I absolutely hate scary movies and I don't even understand how people could like them. Great list! Thanks for linking up with us!