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Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-29, 9:42
by Antea
Maybe when I was a child, but there was no much choice really.

The person after me likes drawing and painting is their hobby.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-29, 14:37
by france-eesti
Not at all, I'm not a big fan of graphic arts - my area is music!

Does the person after me prefer the high, sharp sound of the violin or the deep, low sound of the cello?

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-29, 18:28
by Antea
Obviously the cello.

The person after me has a lot of posters at home.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-29, 23:59
by Versus
No, only a few of them in my sons's room.

The person after me likes heavy bag training.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-30, 11:21
by france-eesti
Huh... Not really... Is that useful for something? :shock:

The person after me would secretly love to join the Army but is afraid to break the news to their relatives.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-30, 14:29
by tiuwiu
No way!

The person after me gets carsick very easily if the ride is longer than 5 miles.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-30, 14:56
by TheStrayCat
Thankfully no, that would probably be tough for me with my passion for traveling.

The person after me can recommend a good movie to watch.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 0:14
by Osias
I actually saw very few proper Disney movies. I mean, not Pixar, Marvel, etc. They weren't available for renting in VHS, or open (no cable) TV, etc. I had to wait for Netflix for watching Pocahontas, for example.


The Joker steals the panties from the person after me ever 15th of each month.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 5:52
by france-eesti
Yes, sadly, I have to think of some kind of revenge... What about a mouse trap?

The person after me thinks it's not a very decent thing to do to someone, especially with a neurologic disability.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 7:14
by tiuwiu
What if they start teasing me? ....

The person after me does some form of martial arts.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 8:11
by france-eesti
I practice yoga, Pilates, gym, cycling, clarinet and saxophone - and I don't think any of them can be considered as martial art 8-) But my husband practices Chi Qong and my sister capoeira - what do you reckon? :hmm:

Although the person after me is grown up, they're not ashamed to remain big fans of Harry Potter and occasionaly flips through the books.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 9:51
by tiuwiu
I also did capoeira until the training times were rescheduled to the morning.


So true, I love the Harry Potter books.
The person after me would never watch the movie when they'd already read the book.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 16:43
by linguoboy
Osias wrote:I've actually sawseen very few proper Disney movies. I mean, not Pixar, Marvel, etc. They weren't available for renting in VHS format, or open (no cable)broadcast on TV, etc. I had to wait for Netflix for watchingto watch Pocahontas, for example.

france-eesti wrote:I don't think any of them can be considered as martial arts 8-) But my husband practices Chi QongQigong and my sister capoeira - what do you reckon? :hmm:

Although the person after me is grown up, they're not ashamed to remain big fans of Harry Potter and occasionally flips through the books.

tiuwiu wrote:The person after me would never watch the movie when they'd already read the book.

I try not to consume them too close together because I don't want my impressions of the film influencing my reading of the book or vice versa. They are distinct art forms and should be approached independently.

The person after me has watched a film adapted from a book they considered "unfilmable".

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 19:23
by france-eesti
Yes I did, some French film "L'├ęcume des jours". It was a huge bet, as the book is quite unrealistic (as all the books Boris Vian wrote) and I was curious to see how the movie would translate this special feeling. Well, I was bitterly disappointed - but as you said, it's unfilmable...

The person after me doesn't usually really like Batman movies but loved The Joker.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-10-31, 21:31
by TheStrayCat
To be honest I never watched anything Batman-related but I did enjoy Joker.

The person after me enjoys visiting scary places.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-11-01, 2:25
by Osias
linguoboy wrote:
Osias wrote:I've actually sawseen very few proper Disney movies

Wasn't that tense meant for actions which effect continues in the present? :hmm:

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-11-01, 7:09
by tiuwiu
TheStrayCat wrote:The person after me enjoys visiting scary places.



It might sound scary (or creepy) for some, but I love to visit cemeteries, especially older ones, and the dungeons of medieval castles while I travel.

The person after me is currently reading a historical book.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-11-01, 8:07
by france-eesti
Yes, it's very unlike me but that's true - I'm reading about how women where treated in the 19th century, locked into psychiatric hospitals when they were accused of having hysteria or demencia. Kind of sad, revolting.... and frightening too :roll: :| But I wonder if women could be locked there for eating disorders? :hmm:

The person after me will go and deliver flowers on someone's grave today.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-11-01, 8:33
by tiuwiu
Yes, we'll visit the graves of our relatives today.

The person after me wants a pair of blue fuzzy house slippers.

Re: The person after me game (2)

Posted: 2019-11-01, 9:36
by Antea
I already have slippers, so no need to buy more.

The person after me has a special pyjamas for Christmas nights, with a design of Rudolf the reindeer or Santa on it.