Here's the latest edition of the Six!
For those who'd like to join in on the fun, playing is simple: you can either answer the questions in this journal or you can answer them in your own blog and leave a link. It is strongly recommended that you answer the journals in your blog and post the link...since several of the people who are playing have relocated away from AOL, it's important that everyone knows where your new (or temporary) blogging homes are, so if you don't mind, leave a first name and your journal's link, just so we can find you easier!
You don't have to have relocated away from AOL to play: AOL journal writers are as welcome as ever.
But before the questions, the tradition of the "Saturday Six" is to recognize the first one to play the week before. It was EmmapeelDallas, of "talking to myself," who was the first person to play last week. Congratulations!
Here are this week's "Saturday Six" questions. Either answer the questions in a comment here, or put the answers in an entry on your journal...but either way, leave a link to your journal so that everyone else can visit! To be counted as "first to play," you must be the first player to either answer the questions in a comment or to provide a complete link to the specific entry in your journal in which you answer the questions. A link to your journal in general cannot count. Enjoy!
1. Is it a "Christmas Tree" or a "Holiday Tree?"
It's an “xmas tree” buster. Wanna make something of it?
2. When you purchase a DVD, what of the following are you most interested in watching first: the movie itself, the director's commentary, the deleted scenes, the bloopers or the behind-the-scenes documentary, and why?
I like to watch the movie first. Everything else is extra. I only rarely listen to the commentaries, but I love the gag reel and deleted scenes and wish they'd include more of them. I was really pissed yesterday to discover that “The Polar Express” has no extras of any sort.
3. What would you most like to accomplish before the year is over?
Nothing comes to mind.
4. Take this quiz: After you enter your birthday, you'll be given a lot of facts about your age and astrology: How old are you in dog years?
Your age is the equivalent of a dog that is 7.89784735812133 years old.
5. From the same quiz, what does it say your "Life Path Number" is, and do you agree with its description?
6. Do you have a piece of jewelry with your birthstone in it? If so, how often do you wear it?
No, therefore, never.
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