Monday, February 11, 2008


You are breakfasty, like a pile of pancakes on a Sunday morning that have just the right amount of syrup, so every bite is sweet perfection and not a soppy mess. You are a glass of orange juice that's cool, refreshing, and not overly pulpy. You are the time of day that's just right for turning the pages of a newspaper, flipping through channels, or clicking around online to get a sense of how the world changed during the night. You don't want to stumble sleepily through life, so you make a real effort to wake your brain up and get it thinking. You feel inspired to accomplish things (whether it's checking something off your to-do list or changing the world), but there's plenty of time for making things happen later in the day. First, pancakes.

That's what it says about me.
I do work the best first thing in the morning, but I'd trade in pancakes for coffee, orange juice and a bagel with swiss cheese and cream cheese, tomato and onion salt.

Welcome To Crustybeef~
What time of day are you?
Thank you Andrew, for posting this on your blog!!! I really enjoyed this little random quiz!


Cheryl said...

I love that kind of bagel, but I'd put a slice of red onion on it. If I had gum nearby. Do you know that if you rub your hands on stainless steel after handling an onion or garlic that the smell goes away? Maybe I could just lick my sink! I're surprised I said that. I hope it made you laugh!

I'm so glad you liked what I sent you!


I forgot about the onion!!
I eat raw onions, well, raw plain too!
I never knew that you could make the smell disappear from the hands by rubbing stainless steel! Great tip! I did hear once that if you freeze an onion 20minutes prior to cutting it it won't make you tear as much!!

I needed the laugh, thank you very much!!
p.s. Check your email!! :)

Portia said...

Well, we knew you were a morning person, but 10:02 I did not know! Great explanation, very sweet:) I like this one. I am apparently 2:11AM...too funny! I should post it.
I hope you're feeling better and your week got off to a good start:)

Kelly Jene said...

I was 11:59am... I'll post it.. you gotta read it too funny. You sound like the person I should be. Oh well.

I liked it.. very cute.

jAMiE said...

Hi Crusty, thanks for stopping by my blog, thought i'd come by yours too. I got the same as you in the test..same time and everything....i'd trade in the pancakes for toast and peanut butter though your bagel with cream cheese sounds yummy!


Portia: I am more of an early early morning person which surprised me with this post, but that's alright.the bagel sounds good but with some soup!

Kelly Jene: I can't wait to read yours! The questions are quite random I think, don't you?

Jaime: Peanut Butter Toast is delicious, matter of fact, I made that for my boys today! So good when the peanut butter is spreadon the just out of the toaster bread, it slightly melts, yum!


Gypsy said...

I was exactly the same as you and Jamie. I'm not a morning person AT ALL but 10.02am sounds quite respectable so I'll take

I love doing quizzes!

bonnie said...

I'm 10:02 as well. I'll go for the bagel over pancakes...maybe I'll just have both. Red onion. a must.

Tink said...

Ooo, fun. Here's me:

You are 2:11 a.m.

Your time of day has a split personality -- sometimes it's sweat-streaked and loud, and you're on the dance floor, getting your third wind, and shouting lyrics like you'll never run out of energy. You are the time of night that carves itself into your memory forever, because you'll never forget how much you love these people and this moment and this song. It's not always about unforgettable parties, though. Sometimes your late night (err… early morning) burst of energy happens when you're home alone. Those are the times when you say, "I flat out refuse to go to sleep until I finish reading this book, or typing this page, or reorganizing my entire closet." In either case, you are the time of night when it feels sort of forbidden to be awake, but you love accomplishing something special long after everyone else went to bed. And hey -- you can always catch up on sleep tomorrow, right?