Friday, March 16, 2007

Charissa is... a copy-cat.

Okay... I wasn't going to do this, but mine were SO FUNNY.

Stolen from NPR Junky and Danielle... it's the "Charissa is..." game. Just Google your first name with "is" after it and write the first ten things you get. My name is so freakin' uncommon, that my results crack me up. hahaha.

1. Charissa is only 4'11". (How'd he know?)
2. Charissa is a strategic manager who has consistently delivered positive results in a variety of inside sales, sales operations, and customer service functions.
3. "Charissa is instrumental in my process as a learner," Constance said.
4. Charissa is also a Reiki master.
5. Charissa is an aggressive hitter with the ability to place the ball anywhere on the court.
6. Charissa is such a strong woman because of her faith...
7. Charissa, is this really you?
8. Charissa is Offline.
9. Charissa is a lyric soprano with experience as a soloist.
10. Charissa is also a member of the immigration and data protection teams...

And I couldn't stop at ten because they... Just. Got. Better.

11. Charissa is not paralysed.
12. Charissa is still standing there.
13. Charissa is a lesbian who wants a church wedding.

Well, I AM 4'11". At least someone got that one right. :)


Blogger NPR Junky said...

Wait, you don't know Reiki? I'm totally disappointed. I was going to ask you for some "hands on" help on Sunday. HA! Oh, I crack myself up.

March 16, 2007 8:20 PM  
Anonymous Mom said...

Can I play too!

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March 17, 2007 3:08 PM  
Blogger julie said...

Are you really 4'11"?

March 18, 2007 9:37 PM  
Blogger Charissa said...

Mom: Yours scare me. I mean, I know you are "drop dead sexy" and all... but you are scaring me with that "Jesus Junkie" business.

Julie: Yep. Sure am.

March 18, 2007 10:46 PM  

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