Testing Someone Else’s Knowledge

Testing Someone Else’s Knowledge

I’m working on a quiz for the audience for my next autographing session and am trying to brainstorm questions that aren’t too hard about Paris or Blame It on Paris.� I know some of you are Very Smart, and also some of you have even Read My Book, which makes you right away at least 500% smarter, and some of you have been to Paris (which, you know, if you have, don’t Blame Me because people sniffed at you in that way; I tried to warn you).� So if you have any ideas for good questions, please let me know!

9 Comments
  • Ask what activity helped you look at Paris in a different light.
    Or ask what it means when you spill salad.
    Or why you lived in the Canada section instead of in the US section at school.
    Or why you chose to get married in Georgia instead of in North Carolina.
    Or what you likened falling in love to.
    Or where to go to get the best chocolates.
    Or why you had so many wedding ceremonies.
    Or what your husband did on two of your wedding days.

    Or, you know, let me know and I’ll come up with some more. It’d be a great excuse to read your book again.
    Like I really need an excuse.

    February 26, 2007 at 7:20 pm
  • Hmmm. I might be able to think of some, since I’m 500 percent smarter…

    February 26, 2007 at 7:36 pm
  • I’m with Dee on, “where to go to get the best chocolates”?

    February 26, 2007 at 10:59 pm
  • Good ideas, dee! Although I’m still researching the best chocolates, I’ll have you know. I don’t want any of the chocolatiers resting on their laurels. I keep testing them.

    February 27, 2007 at 1:41 pm
  • Yeah, I want to know why you didn’t get married in North Carolina? Did the hassle of trying to get Sebastien a work permit here put you off? I mean, wow, you could have gotten married in Duke Chapel!

    March 1, 2007 at 6:18 pm
  • The real question, that I asked myself many times, is why, why, WHY I didn’t go with my first ideas and get married in Tahiti or that tiny church in New Zealand. Imagine how simple everything could have been. The next few times Sébastien and I get married, that’s what we’ll do.

    March 2, 2007 at 6:56 am
  • Mary Kay
    Reply

    Personally I think getting married by Elvis in a chapel in Vegas is the way to go and have let both of my daughters know that. Mom will be much less stressed and will be able to retire sooner.

    Mary Kay
    commenting on everything

    March 3, 2007 at 7:52 pm
  • Sébastien was really tempted by the Elvis/Vegas idea. Really.

    March 3, 2007 at 8:52 pm
  • mary kay
    Reply

    He’s gonna marry you AGAIN!!!!

    And you and Mia with constant parasitic organsims growing in your bodies!! Don’t get my mamma sick. And see, I do read your blog–now that I think I’ve figured it out. Remarkable how computer illiterate I am.

    Maybe I can find a good photo of Se (with the thing over the e) to post for you since you’re having so much trouble with photos. Writing IS easier–no skill at all required.

    That’s a joke.

    Mary Kay

    March 15, 2007 at 12:14 pm

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