Actually, I can--"too much" makes me a bit nauseated. My beloved Draughn couldn't get enough, though. ツ
You love the taste of cilantro.
Like it well enough. Couldn' say love.
You prefer chocolate to vanilla
I do, yes!
Eskimo Pies weren't your favorite ice cream treat as a child.
Plain vanilla, or orange creamsicles on a stick
You hung out in wait for the Good Humor man
No. But on hot days when I was out playing, I did run (or bike) toward that jingle!
You had a Mom and Pop candy store in your neighborhood as a kid.
Yes! And other sundries. The bread was 19 cents a loaf.
You bought those metal click beetles at the 5 and ten.
(Yup! And milk was about 45 cents a 1/2 gallon.)
Not as a child, but as an adult to put in X-mas stockings! They are so bright and irresistible.
You remember when dishes came in soap boxes.
I don't remember that. But I remember jelly glasses had Disney figures on them and were used a drinking glasses, and Cracker Jacks had for-real decent toys in them
Your mom gave you Ovaltine because it was healthy for you.
Not as a kid. But I drank it for dessert sometimes as an adult (justifying it because of the vitamins ツ).
The birthday of someone you love is in September (Draughn's is today--the 22nd).
Yes, a good friend I like very much
You always do something special for Draughns birthday.
Yes, in one way or another. It's one of the most important days of the year for me.
You mark birthdays on your calendar from year-to-year.
I should do that. Then I wouldn't forget. I have a list in back of my datebook.
You have noticed thst when you type datebook, now, spell heck replaces it with Facebook, and furthermore, they want to capitalize blackberry, (the fruit). *sigh*