Some time ago I asked you'll to ask me anything you wanted. It's not too late to ask or ask again. But for now here are new answers. And they all come from Miltarypugwife.
Is Daisy vegetarian?
My wife Daisy is not a vegetarian. She loves red meat, chicken, and fish. She loves to eat, and will eat almost anything. I think pig brains (her dad eats them) was one of the few things I can recall she'd refused to touch.
I'd like to know your top 3 favorite movies and your favorite music/bands!
It's really hard to pick a favorite movie. A few favorites off the top off my head was the whole Star Wars series, though Return of the Jedi is my personal favorite. Most say Empire Strikes Back but I like endings better. I really liked the Harry Potter movies though the books are far better especially post-Goblet of Fire. Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Reservoir Dogs are my favorites from Quentin Tarantino. Then you have the Godfather movies though the third was an utter mistake. I loved the original Terminator. And while I liked the whole series, the original Dirty Harry movie was just plain brilliant.
As far as music goes, I'm a bit of a girl at times. One thing that does bug me is that people love to hate on popular musicians. The majority of them are popular for a reason. I really liked Lady Gaga a lot but her later works just don't compare to The Fame Monster. And she doesn't seem to be as weird as she used to be. I don't remember the last time I saw her in one of those bizarre costumes. I also love Taylor Swift, she's one of the few artists that's been fairly strong with every album she's made especially as she's shifted away from country and is pretty much pure-pop now. 1989 was her best I think. I also liked Linkin Park and Weird Al Yankovic is usually pretty darn good with his parody songs.
I'd also like to know the most romantic thing you've ever done for Daisy!
I can't really say I've ever done thing that was just over-the-top romantic. I consider myself a realist so those giant acts of love I think are often just acts. I think it's just the little things that add up. Like the many stuffed animals I've given her over the years. Or how I used to get her flowers for no reason at all, but I did stop when she'd keep them long after they had died. Daisy and I talk a lot and pretty much have no secrets from each other. When we got engaged, there was no real question that had been asked. We talked about marriage and it was still something we had wanted to do. I often hear of relationships where the girlfriend has "no idea" when her guy will bend the knee with a ring in his hands. I don't think it's healthy for a relationship if one partner has no idea what the other one is thinking. We're suppose to be two sides of a coin not two different coins.