- How far along are you?
- What's the sex of the baby?
- Are you going to work after the baby is born?
- Then WHO will take care of him? Your family?
- What is the baby's name?
- Are you going to call him Matt?
- Oh, so you're not going to call him Matt?
- Are you having a baby shower?
- When are you due?
- When is your last day at work?
- Do you have a preference in sex? (male or female, come on, you dirty-minded people)
- How do you feel?
- Have you gotten the baby room together?
- (at, like, 7 months along) You look almost like you did before being pregnant. Are you sure you're pregnant?
2. Having bunion surgery.
- What happened???
- Can you walk?
- Does it hurt?
- How long do you have to wear that thing?
- Was it painful?
- How long before you're better?
3. Moving to Minnesota.
- Do you know how cold it is there?
- Do you know it snows there?
- When are you moving?
- Have you been there?
- When are you going?
- Where are you living?
- What's it like?
- Do you still have a job?
- What about your condo?
- How does your family feel about you leaving?
- Do they have Target there? (Target's headquarters are IN Minnesota -- shows how much people know about things.)
- How far is where you're living to Minneapolis?
- Do you know it gets COLD there???
When I am work, which is three out of five days, I seem to be the most popular gal in town - even with people I hardly talk to. Everyone wants to know what's going on, and since I'm still recovering from my bunion surgery (for you bunion surgery searches - when the doctor says it'll take 6 to 12 months to heal and to no longer feel pain, he's correct), so I get lots of questions like the above, all day long, and I keep repeating the same answers, all day long, while my task list gets longer and longer.
Yes, I'm actually annoyed because I can't get work done. And that we can't get on Facebook anymore, which means I can't play Bejeweled during lunch to improve my productivity or make fun of people's status updates.
My life is very complicated right now.
*I am in no way pregnant. Just to clarify. It was just the first time I experienced the 20 questions from 100 people each day known as the "being pregnant and open to any and all questions"experience.