Friday, October 2, 2009

10 Random Facts About Me

  1. I love High School Musical and therefore anything Zac Efron touches. haha. You can hate all you want but he is beautiful and talented. 
  2. I like to eat Ramen noodles with chopsticks.
  3. I have two dogs named Scooby and Spaghetti and a cat named Big Cat.
  4. I just learned how to make pancakes and I am loving this cooking phenomenon!
  5. Most times when I hear songs, I think about movie scenes that they would go well in.
  6. I wish we still lived in a country where a song would come on the radio and everyone would know to do the exact same dance together. 
  7. I'm attempting to learn Spanish from the few phrases my boyfriend is passing on to me and I'm pretty successful so far I think. I know how to say "We need to buy beer for the party" and "door". hahaha. 
  8. I really want to learn Bollywood dances, because they look so fun!
  9. I have a lot of brightly colored sunglasses and shoes because they dress up every outfit in a super fun way.
  10. Some people have travel gnomes. I have a travel Elvis. 

4 comments:

jackie_atdisney said...

Hey thanks for the comment!
Great blog!
We will be there at the same time so maybe we will meet! How exciting.

PS - What are Ramen noodles?

Marina said...

haha, I guess they aren't an international thing. Real ramen are traditional japanese noodles. There's a whole art form involved and everything. But when you hear American's say Ramen or Ramen Noodles, we generally mean a pre-packaged packet of noodles and spices that are 10 cents at the grocery store. haha. Its typical poor college kid food. I'll let you try some in Florida!

I'm so excited that we'll be there at the same time!

Ashlie said...

We WILL often break out into song and dance if we hang out at the DCP together.

Promise :)

John W. said...

I used to be able to eat Ramen with a fork but ever since I did my program and I lived a kid from Vietnam, I can't ramen or any Asian food without chopsticks without it feeling weird

and

I find travel Elvis very intimidating