It’s a mix, really, but being the somewhat nosy person I am, I usually go for nonfiction reading, mainly bios and autobios. I’d rather hear (or read) of experiences straight from the horse’s mouth than from outside sources.
Which explains why I subscribe to Vanity Fair. While it’s basically a high-class, luxurious version of People magazine, there’s something intriguing about the lives of rich people through the eyes of contributors. Yes, it goes against my original creed I mentioned earlier, but that doesn’t mean the original final sources weren’t contributors.
I’m the same way with film; documentaries on Netflix catch my interest more often than the biggest blockbuster of the season.
Being the pig that I am, I’m not very picky when it comes to food. As for what I won’t eat, however, it would be the intestines, tongue, brains, and feet of ANY animal.
And insects. Not. Eating. Insects. *shivers*
I know the prompt said one, but I couldn’t do it…
Oh, and if the opportunity to eat blowfish or anglerfish came about, I would opt for familiar sushi and sashimi dishes instead. I don’t want to take the chance/risk of getting poisoned, and/or possibly dying.
I may need to change my theme once I have access to a working computer.
My theme looked nice at one point, but now would be a great time for my laptop to work in order to make the change.
Yes, the title is based on the movie with Alicia Silverstone and Benicio Del Toro. Now, on with the post…
I would assume the quote in today’s prompt applies to those who already have too much/too little of everything and find themselves on the other side of the tracks.
People who have very little may choose to be extravagant once they come across a windfall. Those who have had extreme excess may not know what to do with themselves the moment they end up with too little.
Then there are those with/without excess who become innovative and creative with any resources available to them to the best of their abilities, and end up content. It could depend on their upbringing, or examples and experiences throughout their lives, which helps them get by.