Fifth Question of the Day.

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I was overwhelmed this weekend.  By beauty.  The Fairchild Challenge is pure inspiration, especially since we got to hang out in the gardens all afternoon.  Here’s your question:

What is the most beautiful thing you can imagine?

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10 responses to “Fifth Question of the Day.

  1. Right now? November 17th. I won’t go into too much detail just yet, but I will say Mrs. The Dwarf and I have been waiting close to 8 months for that day to hit. 😉

    BTW – It’s also the most terrifying thing I can imagine. Well, that and giant bugs that eat people and make horrible, loud noises.

  2. fullbodytransplant

    Oh noes, not THAT one. Wow. Mad props, and good luck. Just wait until you look into her eyes and realize that nothing else on Earth could ever cause that much pain. It is worse than giant people-eating bugs. But then it’s over, and nothing else on Earth can cause that much relief.

    You have beautiful days ahead, my friend. Congratulations.

  3. Thank you, sir. I’m very much looking forward to it. Especially the post-event relief part. It’s still so hard to fathom the event is a mere 7 weeks away…

  4. lordoflimbo

    The most beautiful thing I can imagine?

    Natalie Portman and Eliza Dushku’s baby.

  5. fullbodytransplant

    I thought you were going to say my article today: http://entertainment.upperdeck.com/vs/en/news/article.aspx?aid=3198

  6. lordoflimbo

    Well, that would just be big-headed of me.

    But it is fairly beautiful, well Portman beautiful.

  7. lordoflimbo

    So VERY

  8. Alec

    I’m not expecting a baby, thankfully, as there’d be questions over who got me pregnant. So the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen was the Charles Bridge in Prague at 9.00pm.

    The view from it as they light up the castle in the distance is superb, and it’s still my No.1 choice for ‘Places to ask someone to marry you.’

  9. fullbodytransplant

    Damn. Now I absolutely MUST go. Thanks.

  10. “The most beautiful thing you can imagine” is a damn good definition of God. It’s one of the best I’ve ever heard.

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