I was thinking of what topic I could blog about, after googling ideas I came up with one. A nostalgia series looking back at fond memories in my lifetime.
This time 10 years ago (wow we’re does the time go!) a popular “game” had begun as iPods began to dominate everyone’s music, to use the shuffle feature to answer a bunch of random questions creating bizarre, crazy and odd replies to personal questions. Occasionally the answers would tally up to the questions but more often than not the answers were a laugh-a-minute.
I remember those days fondly. My school friends would all email me it and you would *have* to reply and forward or else you were socially ostracised…well we were just teenagers and your social circle at that time is critical to your survival.
Am glad I know that not to be the case anymore but still I loved the craziness of these games. In fact “google” “iTunes shuffle game” and you will see many posts of this type still being circulated to this day. In an act of nostalgia of this fad that began 10 years ago I’ve decided to make up a mini one for you to enjoy based on my music on my iPhone’s shuffle.
You may join in this mini quiz if you wish by commenting or using it on your own blog but please provide a link to this blog. You could give the humorous music shuffle answer and the honest answer if you wish.
1) Put your music player (iPhone, iPad, iPod, MP3 player etc) on most played and shuffle.
2) Use the song title as the answer (but also provide the artist in brackets)
The nostalgia series mini music quiz:
1) What is your biggest fear?
2) What makes you happiest?
3) What is your dream occupation?
4) Where is your next holiday destination?
5) What is your favourite meal?
My nostalgia series mini music quiz answers (slight anxiety/ nervous attack over impending answers):
1) When I Look At You (Miley Cyrus)
2) Drive (The Cars)
3) Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down (Alicia Keys)
4) Amazed (Lonestar)
5) Wherever You Will Go (The Calling)
We’ll I hope you had fun reading, comment if you wish and come back soon for another nostalgia series post. Oh and don’t take answer 1 personally, I don’t really mean it – it was shuffles fault.