|Culinary:||Dislike of many foods||The only explanation is pickiness. There are some foods that we just can't bring ourselves to eat, and try as we might, the gag reflex is strong. Which is why we usually don't try.|
|Literary:||None||We're proud to read most of what we read, unless it was for school or work. There might be something I liked and felt guilty about, but by now I've blocked it from my memory.|
|Audiovisual:||Eyeshield21||Except for the football, it has everything we love to see in an anime. It even has an example of football ruining what we like.|
|Musical:||Utter lack of musical knowledge||We just don't pay attention. And we don't listen to the radio. I think we inherited something from our dad that makes it hard for us to like music when we're not in control of it. I think we're getting over it, from the many rides we've had to bum off people, but it's still difficult when someone we don't like is in control of the music.|
|Celebrity:||None||We just don't follow celebrities (except for Japanese voice actors). But it tends to be more about the characters they play than about them.|
Now I tag:-
more_dragoncelt kurosaki_koi pudges blackhope and sarahsocool
to complete this same Quiz, Its HERE.
I know I just tagged some of you, and you might or might not be thinking, "Aw man, not another one!" So if you are, then don't worry about it. And we changed the color of the chart so it wouldn't be so blinding.
This was actually really hard for us, because, as I'm sure many of you have noticed, when we like something, we announce it proudly to the world, and then regale LiveJournal with how wonderful it is and how everyone should check it out. Even Jamba Juice.
It reminded us of the time we called Steve on his watching X-Men, and he started talking about his guilty pleasures, indicating that that's what anime is to us. And we're like, "Anime isn't a guilty pleasure for us." And so he started to explain what a guilty pleasure is. We're like, "Yes, we know what a guilty pleasure is, and no, it's still not. We watch our anime proudly."
And a random thought. I thought of this on the way home from San Francisco on Friday, because it was a long car ride. I was thinking about the Disney Fab Five. The Fab Five had always been a little bit...not confusing so much as a little saddening (but not really enough to get all depressed), because it consists of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto. And our question was always, "But what about Daisy?" And then I thought of the Hive 5 in Teen Titans (Jinx, Mammoth, Gizmo, Seemore, Kid Wicked, and Billy Numerous), and the Witches 5 in Sailor Moon (Eudial, Mimette, Tellu, Viluy, Cyprine, and Ptirol (not sure if I spelled 'em right)). So maybe Daisy actually is part of the Fab Five, and Disney set the standard for putting six characters in "groups of five."
Today I'm thankful for Kraft singles, General Conference talks, working ankles, the month of April, and Daylight Savings Time.