"Is my daughter asleep?"

James Lipton is pretty synonymous with his question on Inside the Actor’s Studio that Bravo airs.  I have to say I don’t watch it as much as I used to, but I still enjoy the interviews.  My favorite all-time was Matt Damon.  Before Lipton goes into the questions, Damon quickly asks his wife if their daughter (his stepdaughter actually) is asleep since they are in attendance.  Then he commences with his very Boston-esque pottymouth.  I love it because that’s who he is and he doesn’t put on a charade for the audience.  So here’s mine….

1. What is your favorite word?
As of late it’s phenomenal as my sister pointed out this morning….but truly, it’s also my favorite animal-platypus.  You just can’t frown saying that word.  Go ahead, try it. I’ll wait.

2. What is your least favorite word?
It starts with a c and ends with a t and has a un in the middle.  I find that the most disgusting word ever used.  No good comes out of anyone who uses that word.

3. What turns you on?
Baseball.  Seriously.

4. What turns you off?
Hockey….lol, kidding.  A man who cannot or will not dance.  And a man who cannot take the time to not be serious.  If you can’t let loose, what’s the point?

5. What sound do you love?
The crack of a ball off of a bat.  (or the ping since metal is used in college)  I wish I were joking, but I’m not.  I loooove that sounds.

6. What sound do you hate?
Metal crunching or tires squealing.  That’s never a good sound.

7. What is your favorite curse word?
The one that escapes my mouth any more is sh*t.  That’s only if I hurt myself and it’s usually under my breath.

8. What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?
Working in the ministry, preferably in missions work.  Specifically in Mexico.  (hmmm, wonder where that came from?)

9. What profession would you not like to do?
Sanitation worker, or construction in the Southern heat.

10. If heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the pearly gates?
Heaven does exist, and I’d love for Him to say “Welcome home, my good and faithful servant.”

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