Tuesday, December 2, 2008


Well, okay maybe not. But the following questionnaire is a good time waster until I post my next masterstroke and it does give you a glimpse into the mind of the writer...not this writer but someone...

Five names you go by
1. Chris
2. Nads
3. Muffin
4. Boy-Chris
5. Scribe

Three things you are wearing right now
1. Nothing
2. Much.
(Excited? My dogs are)

Two things you want very badly at the moment

1. More money for bill paying
2. To see my book out before X-mas

Three people who will probably fill this out

I'd like to think all who come before me will follow suit for I am the path and the fork in the road, the armchair philospher who just dumped his load.

Two things you did last night

1. Read a Christopher Moore novel
2. Stared at this
http://www.com-publishing.com/christopherNadeau.shtml for about an hour and wished I'd taken the photo after I got rid of my mustache...oh, well.

Two things you ate today
1. Cereal
2. The inside of my cheek. Hurt like hell but it reminded me I'm alive...like trying to sit through an episode of "Grey's Anatomy."

Two people you last talked to on the phone

1. My absentee friend Al
2. My mortgage guy

Two things you are going to do tomorrow
1. Work.
2. Clean.
(I might even clean while working but they have people for that)

Two longest car rides
1. A trip to Traverse City, MI. for a college journalism competition with a crazy driver (in those days) a know-it-all stoner who liked hassling wanna-be punk rock kids, and a whiney, annoying newbie in the backseat who wouldn't stop complaining about every-damn-thing.
2. The drive back from the Olive Garden where I knew I would be professing my love to a woman who didn't feel the same way.

Two of your favourite beverages
1. Coffee
2. Arizona Ice tea with Ginseng and Honey...orgasm in a glass bottle.


American Guy said...

yeah, the mustache kinda threw me. also, who knew you were a turtle neck guy!

ca nadeau said...

HEY!!! That turtleneck was for the pictuee only! Once the shoot was over, we returned it to the ponytail wearing bohemian who loaned it to me!!!

You buy that, right?

American Guy said...

yes of course. that makes MUCH more sense

ca nadeau said...

Whew! Crisis averted!

green said...

moustaches are cool. I've had mine since 1997.

word verification: shoopi

Anonymous said...

Ooh la la!

Facial hair is for hiding imperfections. All of us here need no facial hair. We're gorgeous.

Priscilla said...

Olive Garden? Maybe that was the problem?

The word verification is "comer" which in Spanish means "to eat"...

Coincidence? I think not...lol.

ca nadeau said...


I shaved mine this past summer and have never looked back...


Wait, AG has facial hair and he's gorgeous! EXPLAIN!!!


She LOVED Olive Garden. It seemed like a good idea at the time...the time being my early twenties...

green said...


Then you should grow some facial hair.... quickly.


You mean AG had facial hair.

Anonymous said...

aha! you don't look anything like I pictured, especially the turtle neck. I thought you'd have dreds pulled back in a ponytail and little round glass like John Lennon wearing baggy courterouy pants with a vest of course.

Just kiddin, you probably wear Old Navy hoodies with no emblems or nothing at all. Mustache's are so 90's.

Anonymous said...

Green, hissss pfft pfft. Google Eric Rudolph. I have no imperfections. I shave everything!

Scribadeau, AG is Italian. He'd go through 5 razors a day.

Priscilla said...

Chris NEVER EVER trust a woman who LIKES the Olive Garden!! What the hell? I throw up a little bit in my mouth when the name is even mentioned!! Gah!!

As far as the picture is concerned, so thats what you look like in real life? I thought you would look more like a younger version of Stone Phillips with a nasty permanent smirk/grimace....

American Guy said...

"NEVER EVER trust a woman who LIKES the Olive Garden!!"

Wiser words have never been spoken.

except maybe the bit about my boyish good looks. those were wise too! (or maybe you were just beign a wiseguy. see? it works either way!)

ca nadeau said...

WHy's everybody' hatin' on the Olive Garden??? Decent Eye-talian-ish food at reasonable prices and great mood lighting whilst the Sinatra music catalog chimes in the background. Slice of heaven, thy name be Olive!!!


Priscilla said...

oh man, when you want decent Italian go to Carraba's or Biaggi's or even Bravo...Olive Garden!! Just smear some ketchup on a piece of white bread if you want Olive Garden lmao.

AG knows whats up.

green said...

If a person with eye-talian type blood coursin' through their veins tells you that an eye-talian type restaurant is dung-heap material or even hints at the possibility of it then that is a credible enough warning to stay away from it.


Priscilla said...

i always wanted to be italian...their food/wine/music is all good, the dudes are hott (with two t's hehe)


ca nadeau said...

One of the people I know who swears by Olive Garden is half Italian!

Priscilla said...

must be the wrong half

the word verification is:

lmao okay i made that up haha

Anonymous said...

There are quite a few 4 star Italian restaurants in France, Japan and the US. Not one in Italy. Ask the Italian, AG, who's been there.

You need to have an Aunt married to an Italin to get real Italian grub: Homemade duck and dove sauteed in sweet wine, then made into ravioli topped with an acidic wine, tomato sauce (sugar to kill the acidity) type like sauce. HEAVEN! Roasted lamb shank marinated and cooked in wine, rosemary, and garlic. Oh, God's golden shower. Bathe in it.

Then there's calf brain in scrambled egg for breakfast. Yeah. Eat that up, Mofakkas!