Okay guys, I'm probably going to be doing lots of these fun (and easily written) blog posts over the next few weeks! It is the time of year for papers, so I have had zero time for projects!
This is a fun link up I saw from Amanda at The Lady Okie called "Never Have I Ever."
I don't think I need to explain the point of this one, so let's get started, shall we?!
Never have I ever...
**Disclaimer: I was not sheltered by over-protective Christian parents who thought all these things were bad. No. Actually, sometimes my parents make fun of me for not knowing typical pop-culture references. I blame my sheltered-ness out of lack of easy opportunity, not lack of ability.
- Watched Star Wars. I probably get made fun of by someone (probably my husband) on a weekly basis for not understanding references to Star Wars.
- Watched the entire Harry Potter series, and I haven't read a single book.
- Watched or read Twilight. Absolutely. No. Desire. Don't. Torture. Me.
- Watched all of the TV show Friends. I've maybe seen 3 episodes?
- Wanted to watch reality TV shows. I have only seen them in situations where I was maliciously forced to by other people. Please just shoot me before ever making me watch something like the bachelor/bachelorette. And stop watching it yourself before you kill all your brain cells!
- Understood video game controllers. How do I not run into the wall? How do I shoot? How to I turn around? How do I jump? Why can you see me but I can't see you? Why did you just kill me when I don't even know how to play? Such is what my life looks like when friends or my husband have convinced me to try playing video games with them. It is just something I am not skilled in.
- Had a twitter account. #idontgetit
- Been to a country that borders the United States.
- Been any further east in the continental United States than Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
- Been drunk, smoked a cigarette, or done drugs. (This is a popular one, and I am copying because I think it is awesome and I like it).
- Been to a cultural (or even a Catholic) wedding. I've strictly been to white, protestant Christian weddings. Well, except for the wedding I accidentally crashed while I was in China. That doesn't count, and it is definitely on my bucket list to attend a cultural wedding of some sort!
- Been to an OU/TX game. (Bucket List!)
Okay, I have infinite never evers, so I'll just stop now. What things have you never ever done?