The Friday Fix is a takeover of my Friday blog post by other bloggers who have volunteered their time and energy to "star" in their very own guest post on Friday. Only one mandatory rule (you can't get out of it!) - you must answer five of the most random questions I throw your way. The rest is up to you. Remember, if you'd like to be featured on the Friday Fix, send me an email, and let me know! So, without further ado, here are the Chloe from YA Booklover Blog!
1. Why are obituaries found in the "living" section of the newspaper?
Because there isn't enough room in the automobile section ;)
2. Can crop circles ever be square?
Wikipdedia claims they can also be referred to as crop formations, so I would take this as a.... yes?
3. What do you do if you see an endangered animal eating an endangered plant?
I'd say pull the animal off the plant. Unless that's the only plant the animal can eat, and then the plant is pretty much screwed if it doesn't grow teeth soon enough.
4. If milk goes bad if you don't refrigerate it, why don't we refrigerate the cows?
Something tells me that cows don't have the thickest of coats and that they might not do too well in a fridge. Plus that would have to be one massive fridge. But hey, what do I know?
5. If someone dies of a heart attack in the electric chair before being electrocuted, do they save him/her?
Yes! Because the point of the electric chair is to make them suffer, so they must save the person from dying an easier death and force them to fulfill their punishment.
Thank you so much for participating in the Friday Fix, Chloe! I'm so glad to finally "meet" someone who knows more about crop formations than I do. To all of you, be sure to check out Chloe's awesome blog, YA Booklover Blog...she has fab reviews and so much more!
In unrelated news, check out today's stop for The Long Weekend Blog Tour! Today we're visiting Ginger's blog, GReads! Be sure to check out her review, interview and international giveaway!
In further unrelated news, be sure enter to win an ARC of Awaken (ends 4/15), and it's open internationally!