|Friday Five, Project Runway, Top Design||[Sep. 12th, 2008|10:40 pm]|
1. If you were to die today, what would your last words be?
Good bye. Remember I love you all even if I’m not physically here with you. And please vote for Obama.
2. What would you want your epitaph to say?
born - 1960; moved on to the next great adventure - 2008.
3. What song would you want played at your funeral?
I would rather my friends have a party and do something fun and adventurous in my honor than have a funeral. However, I understand that funerals are more about the survivors than the deceased, so maybe they could do something funeralish while they are doing something fun and adventurous. I would like the songs to be more comforting to them than anything to do with me. After my grandmother died, I listed to Escape Club’s I’ll be There a lot and it provided me a lot of comfort, so that would probably be my first suggestion.
4. In lieu of flowers, what should loved ones do in your honor?
I wouldn’t object to donations to groups that legitimately promote literacy, especially for minorities or to groups that support equal rights for women. However, I would also be happy if people used the money they’d spend on flowers to do something they haven’t done because they were afraid of trying it.
5. What unfinished business would you wrap up?
If I only have the one day, there’s not a lot I could do. I’d call family members and friends and tell them I love them and pay bills. I’d clean up my home. I’d find a new home for D Kitty. I suspect that would take most of the day. If I had a couple of days, at least, I’d probably either take my dad and go visit my sister or maybe try to get all of us someplace crazy and adventurous in addition to taking care of bills and D Kitty.
My reaction to this episode can pretty much be summed up as: WTF!?!?
That was my reaction to:
- Blayne’s atrocity;
- Keith taking off and napping;
- Kenley’s Mickey Mouse ear dress;
- Kenley interrupting and talking back to Michael Kors;
- Jerrell winning over LeAnne and Korto;
- Suede talking about himself in third person in front of the judges;
- Terri being aufed over Kenley.
I think Blayne’s outfit may be the ugliest thing I have ever seen on this show. And it is in contention for ugliest thing I have seen, ever, as well.
I am still shocked over Kenley’s snotty "I don’t look at collections," remark.
I didn’t really like Terri’s outfit, but I didn’t think it was that awful, either. I also find it ironic that when she strayed away from her usual pants, BOOM! She was aufed!
Andrea, if you want to make a name for yourself independently of your somewhat famous husband, perhaps you should shut up about it. Just sayin'
Wisit & Nathan!!! My new Top Design OTP!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
I thought Andrea and Eddie's fallout shelter was nice, but I also think that is mostly due to Eddie.
I didn't dislike Ondine and Preston's shelter and was a little surprised the judges criticized it that much. I do agree that it looked too much like staging and not enough like design.
Jennifer and Robert, on the other hand, deserved the criticism. They didn't follow the instructions. And that divider made the room cramped and small. The idea of each doing their own thing might have sort of worked if their own things had blended better. I figured Robert wouldn't be around long, anyway, just from looking at his portfolio and hearing a bit from him. He seems to be really into detail work, and these competition shows usually feature pretty short time limits that penalize the detail folks. I'm not complaining about that. It's just something people who work slowly and/or meticulously should keep in mind before trying out for one of these shows.