Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Saturday 6

Saturday Six #452

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This week, the letter N takes the stage, as I offer six questions built upon words that begin with the letter N.

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Here are this week’s “Saturday Six” questions. Either answer the questions in a comment here, or put the answers in an entry on your blog… But don’t forget to leave a link to your blog so that everyone else can visit! Permission is not granted to copy the questions to message boards for the purpose of having members answer and play along there. Enjoy!

1. N is for NAME: Were you ever tempted to change your name, and if so, which name would you rather have had?

2. N is for NATURE: What do you enjoy most about being in the great outdoors?

3. N is for NEWSSTAND: If you had to purchase a magazine at a newsstand, which title would you be most likely to buy?

4. N is for NICKEL: If a president were to replace one of the current presidents on our coins, which one would you like to see immortalized on our currency next?

5. N is for NOSE: Which aroma from the kitchen is your favorite?

6. N is for NUT: When you’re ready for a snack, which variety of nut is your favorite?

Next week, will I be able to come up with six O questions? You’ll have to drop by to find out!

5 Comments

  1. 1. No, I like my name.
    2. Getting back indoors when I am done.
    3. Esquire.
    4. I think it’s JFK’s turn.
    5. Coffee in the morning.
    6. Pistachio.

  2. 1. N is for NAME: Were you ever tempted to change your name, and if so, which name would you rather have had?
    Maybe Anna instead of Diana.
    2. N is for NATURE: What do you enjoy most about being in the great outdoors?
    I find it spiritual, renewing, real.  Humans are meant to be in nature, and do not know what life really is when we are too long away from it.
    3. N is for NEWSSTAND: If you had to purchase a magazine at a newsstand, which title would you be most likely to buy?
    Discovery, Archaeology, National Geographic, Scientific American, The Economist or The Smithsonian.
    4. N is for NICKEL: If a president were to replace one of the current presidents on our coins, which one would you like to see immortalized on our currency next?
    Obama – the reaction of some people would be hilarious.
    5. N is for NOSE: Which aroma from the kitchen is your favorite?
    I’m not big on food scents – I like nature scents better.  So maybe apple, because it is kind of both.
    6. N is for NUT: When you’re ready for a snack, which variety of nut is your favorite?
    Almonds

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