Monday, 9 February 2015

Ask Me Anything!

I've seen this prompt posted around the blogosphere from time to time, most recently over at Heart in Hand's Weblog. And now I'm going to take the plunge myself. So here goes . . .


If you're harbouring any deep, dark curiosity about Debra She Who Seeks, well, this is the time to ask. Yes, you may ASK ME ANYTHING! Subject to the following fine print, of course.

1. Only one question per person, please. So make it a good one.

2. I promise to answer all questions truthfully unless doing so would require me to reveal information which I deliberately keep private on this blog, such as my real name, my occupation, my educational background or similar facts about My Rare One or other people identified by pseudonyms. Otherwise, the sky's the limit.

3. Answers will be given in due course, written in one or more subsequent posts.

Okay, it's up to you now!

57 comments:

jadedj said...

Oh good, because I can't stand it any longer. Suspend disbelief at my blatant ignorance but, please...what is the significance of the bee motif over yonder on the side bar?

I'll bet coming from me, you thought mine was going to be a silly ass question, didn't you?

Pickleope Von Pickleope said...

We're only limited to one? Oh, crap, no, that wasn't my question! Awww dammit. Well, I'm glad jadedj asked the bee question because I done goofed. Maybe I'll use my other pseudonym to ask a real question.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

What is your favorite movie of all-time?

strangelynaked.com said...

A limit of one question is limiting, but I think I got this despite my above misstep. Have you ever had to poop outside, and/or have you ever had an accident in your pants?
Of course I went with the juvenile poo-poo wee-wee question! It was either that or I ask you an uncomfortable question about your sex life, and neither of us wants that.

Mark said...

I'm not that great at things like this. Despite being a very curious person I can never really think of anything to ask someone. So here's something simple and a little random; pink or purple?

DEZMOND said...

What's your profession, Debs?

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Oh, this is fun! But so hard to choose just one question. But here goes:

What is the scariest thing that has ever happened to you?

jaz@octoberfarm said...

how old are you?

Rommy said...

What was the best vacation you ever had?

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Debra,

What exactly are you seeking?

Jeanne said...

WoW! So many questions.....Hhhhmmm....

Okay, here goes....

Is 42 really the answer?

CraveCute said...

What was your first paying job?

Linda Wildenstein said...

Oh wow. This is great. But daunting. What is the best thing about being a Canadian? I know it's rather on the boring side but I know you can fluff it up and have us in stitches with your witty answer. Can hardly wait. xoxo Oma Linda

Julia said...

What is the question you're dreading being asked?

A Beer For The Shower said...

Why does Daddy drink?

heartinhand said...

When you came out, was the news well received by your family or do you wish they'd have handled it differently?

(Since a poop question was already posed...HA!)

Linda said...

Did you knit the purple gloves yourself?

Adam said...

I'm always bad when it comes with thinking of questions

Leeanna said...

You should have a warning label here like:

LITTLE PONIES MAY CAUSE EXTREME LIKING FOR-OR-AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR TOWARDS EVERYTHING RELATED TO PONIES
____________________________________
You didn't allow us three wishes.
Other than the fine print how old are you?

Missy George said...

Boy, you're brave..What is it that you are seeking??

Rosemary said...

Is Debra your real name?

Fundy Blue said...

It never occurred to me that Debra might not be your real name! LOL! I'm probably way too open on my blog, but that's my cross to bear! Now that I can ask almost anything, my mind has gone blank! I'll get back on this! LOL!

Bill the Butcher said...

Have you ever suffered from clinical depression - and/or been suicidal? How did you deal with it?

(Yes, I have. It's not idle curiosity. )

Linda said...

Can we see a picture of you?
Cheers!
Linda :o)

Green Monkey said...

What came first, the hive or the honey?

This question only because someone already asked the significance of the bee....

mxtodis123 said...

Gosh, I've thought all day and all the questions have already been asked. So, I'll go along with Linda. What do you look like? Would love to see a pic.
Mary

Joy Christi said...

Dang I was going to ask about your occupation. Well, if you knew you could have a book published and not have to worry about selling it, what kind of book would you write?

Dixie@dcrelief said...

"Lady Debra of Purple Gloves" your quips are of an extraordinaire flavor, flair and timing.

I would like to know if a family member's wit influenced you as a child?

G. B. Miller said...

One question, eh?

How 'bout: since you feel so strongly about marriage (notice I didn't add the "G" word, 'cause you know if you want to make something more palatable for the masses you should not specify the difference between the two), when do you plan taking the plunge?

Michael D'Agostino said...

This may be off limits, so feel free to pass on this one - why do you choose to keep your identity secret?

The Happy Whisk said...

Fun, fun. You are braver than I. My question: Where did your love of the bumble bee come from?

mistress maddie said...

I did one of these before and it took several posts to get them all answered, god love ya. Speaking of which, If you could take over for a God or Goddess, which one would it be and why?

Anne Johnson said...

Where do you find the hysterical memes you post?

bill lisleman said...

I'll assume you have always been a Canadian. So what do you think America could learn from Canada? I don't think Canada's Walk of Fame inductee, Pamela Anderson, has offered any advice. So please offer the Americans some good advice.

Birdie said...

This isn't really a question.

Tell me about your grandparents. If you had living great grandparents you can include them as well. I am not so much interested in what they did but WHO they were and what they meant to you.

Dawna said...

What's your favourte food?

Vanessa Morgan said...

What do you look like? Can you post a picture of yourself? I know many bloggers are not fond of this (me included), but I like to put a face to the blog posts I'm reading ;-)

Robin Larkspur said...

Do you believe in ghosts?

Dexter Klemperer said...

Canadian Whiskey, Irish Whiskey, Scotch or bourbon?

Miss Val's Creations said...

What is your greatest fear?

psychelyn said...

I thought I would ask a question too but I ended up reading all people's questions :)

I'd go together with the question about the purple gloves. Are those your hands?

Kay G. said...

Were you always wise, even as a child? I am sure you were funny!

Guillaume said...

Has any man broken your heart?

I hope I don't sound crass.

Francie M said...

Why are Albertans so dead set against a sales tax? (Seriously, unless you want to explain your fascination with Colin Firth).
Actually either question will do. :)

Crystal Collier said...

What is your favorite type of cheese?

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

I agree with some of the people who asked. Can we see who you are?

Aunt Mary said...

Hello, this is my first time here.. My question is ' Would you like to visit my blog ?

My Grama's Soul said...

o.k. Debra......How in the world are you going to fine the time to answer all these questions?? LOL LOL LOL

Jo

JACKIESUE said...

I thought about doing this too when I saw heart's but then I have told everything there is to tell about me..I have no secrets..so I'll ask you the same thing I asked Heart..when you coming to West for Westfest.????

Willow said...

Why do you think people want to put faces to dialogue ?

Insomniac’s Attic said...

Wanna do lunch? You know, if I ever get up to Edmonchuk... Did I spell that right? It doesn't look right. You don't have to answer that last question. :)

dbs said...

What confuses you?

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Talk about well behaved. These questions are great but rather innocent...except strangelynaked's poop question. I've gotta warm things up a notch. What three things/factors turn you on?

Jim said...

Do you see any hope for the survival of woman/mankind?
I know I am late. Ok not to answer, Debra.

Jacquelineand.... said...

How on earth did I miss this? Since it's so late I won't mind if you don't answer.

So my question is: (in two parts)Are you aware that Debra means The Bee, and is that why you chose it?

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hi Jim and Jacquelineand.... It's never too late for questions! Your queries will be put in the mix!

Brewella Deville said...

Willoughby's explanation of his behavior in Sense and Sensibility. Bollocks or utter bollocks?