April 4, 2013

Never Have I Ever...

One more day for the weekend (unless you're me because mine starts today-thank you Janet!) I'm really excited to link up with Nadine from Back East Blonde, a new blog I follow to play Never Have I Ever....if you aren't familiar the game it's something we used to play in college. I was sometimes ruthless with this game in college. It was good be the good girl and know all the dirt on your friends. But we're past that phase now, so we'll keep it informative and fun since it's an easy and fun way to get to know a little about us.
Never Have I Ever....
Skied or Snowboarded
A sad fact, given I lived in Germany for 5 years with prime slopes everywhere.
Been so stressed out about countertops
Building a house is so exciting but you're in control of every little decision (grout color seriously?)
Wanted a belly button ring
I don't touch my belly button, I don't like when people try to poke it, it makes me nauseous. So I never ever wanted a ring there. Thank Goodness that fad passed me by.
Somehow I convinced my amazing husband to play along with this. So here are the three he gave me (with my comments of course).
Tasted a muscle/clam/oyster
Some people just don't like seafood.
Been to a strip club
Keepin it classy! But sometimes he'll throw ones at me when I'm making dinner. Just kidding, it's usually when I'm doing laundry.
Gotten a legitimate speeding ticket
Is that because you always talk your way out of them? What does legitimate even mean here baby?
Want to play? Link on up!
Never Have I Ever


  1. stopping by & following from Never Have I Ever...this is a great list!

    I have not skied/snowboarded either! Funny thing is... i went to college in NH, my boyfriend is from Maine.. and now im moving to Boston!

    :) looking forward in getting to know you!


    1. Ooooh Boston, how fun. It's such a quaint town. Hope the move goes well. Thanks for checking out the blog.

  2. I love that you had your husband play with you! You are the only person I've read so far who did that. Great idea. And I'm ashamed to say that I had a belly button ring. I took it out 2 years ago and it closed up but there is still a scar. It's a little embarrassing now. Thank you for linking up with us! I loved reading your list!

    1. Don't be ashamed! (I have a trashy tattoo instead lol.)

  3. I love that your husband played along, too. Made me laugh! :)


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