Stephanie (collacentaur) wrote,
Stephanie
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So, what does the single thirty-something really do on a Friday night?

What did Steph do tonight?

Laundry
0(0.0%)
Empty & reload dishwasher
0(0.0%)
Play way too many Facebook games
0(0.0%)
Catch up on watching House
1(10.0%)
Realize she may have a way to listen to the old driving mix tapes in her car after all
1(10.0%)
Get excited when the phone rang only to discover it was a wrong number [1]
0(0.0%)
Clean out her purse
0(0.0%)
All of the above
8(80.0%)

What did Steph not do tonight?

Anything on the To Do list
0(0.0%)
Put away her laundry
0(0.0%)
Interact with others (except for the wrong number)
0(0.0%)
Try to take over the world
0(0.0%)
Ticky box!
1(10.0%)
Other:
0(0.0%)


[1] Why are the wrong numbers always from the 215 area code? I get legitimate calls from numbers I don't recognize in the Philly area, so I answer, and end up talking to very confused people at least every few months. There is no similar area code nearby - the assignments are generally careful to keep them geographically distinct[2]. I've had this number for 8 or 9 years, so it's not likely that they're calling whoever had it last, and besides, it's never the same name they ask for.

[2] Although this didn't help me when my parents' area code split and they became 978 within six months of when this area split and became 973.
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