A tag. As promised. :)))
*squints* Didn’t I do a sunshine award thing? Or maybe I saw it around…yeah, no, I’m too lazy to look and see if I actually did it or not.
- Thank the blogger who nominated you in the blog post and link back to their blog.
- Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.
- Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
- List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.
A quackery….I have to make up eleven new questions? I can do this….or maybe steal these questions….maybe. And tag the same people. Three times in a month.
Yes, precious…that sounds like a good idea. >:)
Fantasy or sci-fi?
Fantasyyyyy! I think I might like sci-fi if it was done by the right author. But my sci-fi experience is limited, so who knows….
Maybe one day? In the far far future? When sci-fi books become prophetic?
Tragedy or comedy?
Both. Even better….a comedy that’s highly tragic. Though I assume the questioner is asking based on the traditional definitions (that is to say, tragedy being from a happy to sad state and comedy from sad to happy.)
I generally don’t mind as long as it’s done well. Cause some happy endings don’t leave me satisfied. And people like to sometimes do tragedy through cheap death.
I recently watched Hotel del Luna (and have been screaming about it to my sibling and some friends, and I won’t stop soon)…and I think that’s the best example of a bittersweet ending. I would have felt cheated if it had ended in a traditionally happy way, after all, and the ending left me satisfied
but also empty, confused, and tragic cause it was AMAZING but also why??? I’m so glad I’m a Christian and yet I also see some very Christian parallels to that ending and the theme of letting go and AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! I should probably add trigger warnings of suicide and slightly horrific images because it’s a Ghost Hotel story. So yes….it really depends on the story and what ending would satisfy it.
Fiction or nonfiction?
Fiction, definitely. It’s not that I don’t like nonfic, nor am I particularly the person who can’t take heavy stuff in a real book. I just think I prefer a flowy story than something disjuncted. And some nonfic can be like that, but some not really…
Plus. Worlds and magic and non real characters living the lives people COULD live in the real world but choose not to is kind of nice.
Snow or rain?
SNOW! I have recently taken to sending a fire GIF to any audacious person who dares mention that it will snow in their lands (or goes as far as to send pictures). The place I’m currently at has no snow, even if it has a winter, and I missed my chance to SEE actual real flakes of sky dandruff because of covid!!
Sorry to rain down on your parade, but FIRE YOU WILL HAVE since my SALT apparently won’t melt your snow.
(But truth be told, I hope you people in snowy places are okay. Be safe, duckies….)
Orange juice or apple juice?
It depends on my mood. After all, sometimes I want something with more of an acidic, pulpy sting and sometimes I want something with a bit more smoothness.
Christmas or Easter?
You can’t have one without the other. ;P It’s unfair to choose between Christ’s Birth and Christ’s Ressurection. Both of them had part in saving me. Both of them are of equal importance. And both of them symbolically include cute animals.
Middle-earth or Narnia?
I’m going to scandalize my LotR obssessed friend and go with Narnia.
Sorry, my ducky! And so sorry to Tolkien, who probably did work maybe a wee bit harder on his world than Lewis. 😉 But it has TALKING ANIMALS. That are not just eagles.
Marvel or DC?
Never watched much of either. But i did like Wonder Woman and Shazam of DC. And Ant Man and Spiderman of Marvel.
So…fight it out amongst yourselves. Keep me out of your petty fights, peasants.
Star Wars or Star Trek?
HA! My only experience with Star Wars is two episodes of the Mandalorian back in December. And Star Trek is absolute save the fact that I once read about Vulcans and how I wish I was like them and emotionless.
So again, begone!
Old movies or new movies?
Oh…not much of a movie fan either. I mean, I generally watch modern movies. But they consist of animations.
I’ll go with new movies. Or series, really. Cause TROLLHUNTERS.
Old books or new books?
I beg your pardon?
Is this a real question you’re asking me? Do not make the Duck choose. Modern books may be easier to read, but older books at least have been filtered out (mostly) so as to exclude the meh-books.
Ahh, tags. They’re so much fun. Especially when I can cheat and steal the questions AND only tag not-eleven people. :DDDD
So the questions….
- Fantasy or sci-fi?
- Tragedy or comedy?
- Fiction or nonfiction?
- Snow or rain?
- Orange juice or apple juice?
- Christmas or Easter?
- Middle-earth or Narnia?
- Marvel or DC?
- Star Wars or Star Trek?
- Old movies or new movies?
- Old books or new books?
HAHAHAHAHA!!! YOU’RE ALL GONNA BE TAGGED FOR THE NEXT ONE, TOO IF IT CALLS FOR IT! *cackles and runs away*
Anyway….anyone else do it as well. And if you’re okay with being tagged, please tell me. The above, I have no idea if they’re okay with being tagged, but I’ve reached a level where I’m okay with annoying them. :)))
So moving on!
I’ll see you next thursday for another tag…it’s a Fairy Tale Central linkup so I might not need to tag people but might want to…so… (:
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