Nat and I had quite an interesting discussion of reality TV star/Kardashian baby daddy Scott Disick last night.
Scott Disick is one of the asshole guys who I absolutely should not think is hot, but I still think he's hot. Scott Disick is a style favorite of Writer's Retreat, a U.K. Tumblr blogger who enjoys books and men's fashion. Another stylish gentleman, Michael Emerson, is not impressed. More like appalled.
Now, on to Nat's weekly Coffee Talk questions, this time co-hosted by Lovely Life of Leah.
1. Let's talk about ink: Do you have tattoos? How many??
I have no tattoos and no immediate plans to get one - hubby is not a big fan. If I ever got a tattoo, it would be "I love words" in 14-point Times New Roman around my wrist like a bracelet.
I've also contemplated getting a wrist tattoo that says Isaac Nathan Bloom (a tragically doomed character in From Here to Eternity) in Hebrew letters. It would look like this:
ןדששב משאישמ נךםםצ
My parents are thinking about getting their first tattoos. Dad wants the Jack Daniel's logo to go with his Jack-themed man cave. I've previously written about my mom's vampire fixation, and she's contemplating a vampire bat tattoo.
Mom's all excited because I went to the library yesterday and checked her out a copy of The Twelve by Justin Cronin. Cronin's vampires are the post-apocalyptic horror variety.
Please excuse The Big Book of Porn in the background. I use it for research, I swear.
2. Let's talk about hair styles: Bangs, do you have them, want them, or trying to grow them out? What about side bangs?
No bangs at the moment.
3. Let's talk about work: Without getting specific with a company name, what do you do? What did you want to be when you grew up when you were young?
I'm fortunate enough to get steady freelance editing work, so I edit and write full-time. I do what I've always wanted to do for a living - read, write and research.
But if anyone wants to pay me to read the kind of fiction I like to read for pleasure, just let me know.
4. Let's talk about friends: Do you find it easier or more difficult to meet new friends as an adult? Do you have what you'd consider 'blog friends'? What about IRL (in real life) friends?
Making friends is hard when you work from home; most of the time, it's just me, hubby and the cat. I'm grateful for the "blog friends" I like to
stalk interact with.
5. Let's talk about Social media: Android or iPhone? Twitter or Facebook?