TMI Tuesday: February 10, 2015: TMI & Conan O’Brien.

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In the U.S.A. there is a late-night talk show hosted by comedian/writer Conan O’Brien.

I had not seen Conan O’Brien show for several years. Recently, I decided to watch it and I heard these questions for TMI Tuesday.

TMI & Conan O’Brien

1. One thing I will never comprehend is ____ .

Why there is an almost complete lack of manners and patience in the world.

2. My blood type is ____ .

I have no idea.

3. I am pretty healthy for ____ .

A man born in 78, with Bells Palsy, Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, very little money, the inability to smell, and with a taste for danger.

4. When I really cannot sleep I ____ .

I masterbate.

5. You never forget your ____ .

Manners, and keys.

6. As a child my favorite pet was ____ .

Our cat Suzie.

Bonus: This week’s question comes from The Late Phoenix – “Why was fuck chosen as the ultimate swear word? It coulda easily been duck.”

A Duck is an animal, and therefore too common. To Fornicate Under Command of the King would have been something abhorrent in the time period it may have originated, so . That’s my guess anyway.

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Happy TMI Tuesday!

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2 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday: February 10, 2015: TMI & Conan O’Brien.”

  1. Well it’s still MONDAY here in Brooklyn, NY, USA, so I’m not ready for TMI Tuesday. But since you brought up how you can’t comprehend WHY there’s such a complete lack of manners in the world, I’m going to have to agree with you. Manners seem to have gone the way of the Dodo bird and I have no idea why. I mean, I know that Brooklyn, NY, where I live, is an informal place (my friends & I address each other by nicknames, adults are on a first-name basis with other adults, regardless of differences in class/socioeconomic status) but still, you say “please” and “thank you” even when you’re being informal.

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