Feb 03 2019

Sunday Stealing Random Questions

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Host Bev Sykes of sundaystealing.blogspot.com and the blog “Funny the World”.
Welcome to Sunday Stealing.
This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past hosts include: Our first – Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and Bud) Cheers to all of us thieves!

Questions from This is #2 of “Three Wishes.”

What is your favorite wild animal?

I’m quite a fan of wild animals, so this is a tough choice. Wolf, I think.

Name 3 of your favorite childhood shows:

The phrasing of this question makes it difficult to answer. I didn’t watch television for the first few years. I guess The Simpsons, Are You Afraid of the Dark, and Double Dare.

If you could live as a character in a movie who would it be?

Perhaps one of the unnamed Elves from the Lord of the Rings movies. One on the boat.

Favorite vegetable?

Corn, which isn’t always a vegetable.

Favorite Fruit?


If you had a dragon what would you name it?

Depends on the dragon. How can you name a creature without a meeting first?

What do you put on hotdogs?

A string, because it’s good trap food to catch actual animals with…
Chilli and cheese, I suppose. Not something I’m rather fond of eating.

Do you play online games?

From time to time.

What’s your favorite way to get inspired?


Do you have a middle name?

Another complex question. Do I really have one? No. Did I have to pick one, a question I didn’t even understand at the age I was asked about it? Yeah. I went with Lenni. Or that’s what the person with the form assumed I meant. I still don’t understand the process of naming of people outside of my own.

If you had to order from a kid’s menu, what would you get?

I don’t know. Where are we? Eggs and toast. That’s a safe bet.

Do you speak any other languages?

I don’t actually speak any languages.
I can understand a some, read a few more, and use basic French Belgian Sign Language (French: Langue des signes de Belgique francophone; LSFB). I’m mute.

Do you use Twitter?

Yes. @JLenniDorner

Do you go onto YouTube?

Not very often. There are a few things there that I enjoy though.

Do you play Angry Birds?

I think I tried a few rounds of it. Not something that held my attention.


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  1. I have always been fascinated by sign language. since it is a visual language, is there a great different between ASL and LSFB, for example?
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    1. I don’t know very much ASL. But yeah, there are some differences.
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  2. I love wild animals too! I love all animals actually. Loved your answers! Have a great day!

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    1. Thanks so much!
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  3. Wolves are very neat animals. No middle name here. My mom doesn’t have one either.

    It’s interesting seeing the different versions of sign language. When I was taking ASL one of the girls knew British sign language and even just that had so many differences even though they’re both English.
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    1. I’m fairly certain there are more versions of sign than of spoken. Which is both interesting and sad. I mean, it was an opportunity to create a “common” language that almost everyone could use.
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