Monday, December 1, 2008

Big Question 3...The Final Question of November.

Okay everyone! Here is your last chance for the month of November to win one of those great Young Adult books (unless you're week 4's word count winner). All you have to do is answer the big question of the weekend. Please post your answers in the comments section of this blog entry by today(Monday), 6pm PDT. We will be picking our favorite answer! Good luck!

We want to hear about your first kiss! Where were you when it happened and who was it with?

Basically we're looking for some awesome stuff. Be specific!

Just to get your mind flowing, here's a list of available books the winner can choose from!

ttyl by Lauren Myracle
Valiant by Holly Black (book 2)
Golden by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (book 1)
Platinum by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (book 2)
When Lightning Strikes by Meg Cabot (book 1 in the 1-800 series)
Size 14 is Not Fat Either by Meg Cabot (book 2 in the Heather Wells series)
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
Absolutely Normal Chaos by Sharon Creech
Wild Roses by Deb Caletti
Vibes by Amy Kathleen Ryan


Tracy Belsher said...

A first kiss story? Hmmm....I'm so lame I have no memory of it. Now, my first zit - of that I have a clear recollection...I believe it was in the middle of my bangless forehead, and it was photo day at school.

Tami Klockau said...

Of COURSE it was photo day! Why did the worst things happen on photo day!?

My first kiss...hmm. It was a friend of mine and he was at my house playing hockey with me. Afterward we were wrestling around on the floor and he kissed me. Very innocent.

Tracy Belsher said...

Playing hockey - OMG - you really have had this affliction for a long time, eh? :) You can never meet my husband - if you played dodgeball (he's in a league) he'd love you.

Tami Klockau said...

HA, dodgeball for me. Well, except in like elementary school. Yep, been a hockey fan since 11/12 years old. Played since I was about 14.

Denise Jaden said...

Mine was icky.

We played this lights out game with a girlfriend of mine, her brother and his friend. I liked the brother's friend. They turned the lights out and he started kissing me - tongue and everything - and I was only (gross) eleven. Anyway, then they flipped on the lights and it was the brother I was kissing, not the guy I liked (double-gross).

HeatherMarie said...

My first kiss? Oh yeah, I remember nearly every detail. lol It was March 13, 1998, a mere three days before my 14th birthday. I went to see The Wedding Singer with my friend Shelley and her boyfriend Andy, and they invited my crush Peter along. He didn't really like me, but it was no secret to anyone in our 8th grade class that I liked him. Strangely though, he agreed to come even knowing I would be there. He would not sit next to me in the theater though. After the movie we were all walking around the mall and we stopped in an area with benches and a pop machine. So it went bench, pop machine, another bench. Shelley and Andy sat on the first bench. I was kinda depressed so I walked past the pop machine to sit on the second bench alone. That was when Peter followed me. He put his arm around me and we started talking a bit. I don't even know how the kissing started, but I know noone was more shocked than I! Though Shelley and Andy were probably right up there since they were watching from the other bench, they couldn't see much w/ the pop machine in the way, but they could see some from behind the machine. lol I was completely euphoric all weekend, til Monday rolled around and things were the same as they ever were. He acted like it had never happened. *sigh*

Tami Klockau said...

Oh man, Denise! Not a good memory. :( That sucks!

HeatherMarie, awesome story! The only part I didn't like was the end. Why do teenage guys always act like nothing happened? I never understood that. At least you got to know what it was like to kiss your crush!

HeatherMarie said...

Tell me about it Tami.I think he was trying to keep up appearance with his friends. One of his closest friends was my worst enemy. The best part was he asked me not to say anything about it, but then he was the reason the whole 8th grade found out what happened. lol And yeah I found out what it was like to kiss my crush...slimy. He was only 14 after all, it may have been his first kiss for all I know.