Tossing Salt Presents:
Questions By Kelly
Colors, Movies, Luck & More
March 10, 2022
This person, Kelly (@Kelly_ques) likes to ask lots of random questions. This person (me) likes to answer them. Put us together and we have Questions By Kelly. It all begins now.
What is one thing no one realizes about you?
That I am more than just a sexy beast. I have a mind, only slightly deranged, as well.
Would you rather watch nothing but Hallmark Christmas movies or nothing but horror movies?
The Hallmark movies are scary as heck. Give me some slash and splatter low-budget horror flicks anytime.
What is your biggest complaint about your job?
That I’m currently not there every day with my incredible coworkers, selling Fine Spirits and talking trash to the Karens and Chads that dare cross the threshold of our business establishment. I miss my Peeps.
What is the best color in the rainbow?
I’m partial to the purple. It rocks!
What is the most useless talent you possess?
I can burp the alphabet, most of it anyhow. I can recite the entire movie “Rent!” line for line, and I can make great chili. Take your pick.
Do you believe in horoscopes?
I don’t believe in them, but admittingly, I will read them sometimes to see how accurate they might be. And if I read more than one on the same day, I’ll pick the one that I like the best and work towards that goal.
What are those things you’re too old to do but you still enjoy?
Playing with wrestling action figures, reading comics, building Lego houses, and watching cartoons on the computer.
What are the songs that make you sing along whenever you hear it?
Anything by Waylon, Dr. Hook, or Alice Cooper. That’s good music. Well, maybe not as I sing it since my voice kind of sucks, but that doesn’t stop me from singing along anyhow.
What’s the food you usually refuse to share?
My M&M’s. They’re mine, damn it. Get your own bag!
What was the last movie you went to or saw at home? What did you think?
The last movie I watched on the computer was Atomic Age Vampire. It’s as bad as it sounds and I only lasted about fifteen minutes before turning it off. It was on Tubi.
Do you judge a book by its cover?
I shouldn’t, but sometimes I do anyhow. Not all of the time, but more often than I should.
What is the luckiest thing to ever happen to you?
I met a young kid that my then-boss hired to work at the gas station by Wal-Mart. A friendship was born and it has lasted now for over a decade and going strong. I gained a brother that day and haven’t regretted it a moment since.
And there you go. My thanks to Kelly for the questions and to you, my loyal readers, for reading. Any comments, thoughts, or questions you may have are welcome and appreciated. Until the next time, take care and be good. I’ll see you later, Alligator.