Have You Ever…Trinidad and Tobago Style


I got this idea from Wordtryst’s blog post called Have You Ever…

I liked that particular meme (insight into a blogger’s personality) and thought it would be nice to adapt it for the Trinidad and Tobago blogger.

As with Wordtryst, I also highlighted the things I am willing to admit I have done.

Have You ever…

  1. Slept under the stars
  2. Gotten caught in a flood
  3. Seen a real live Manatee
  4. Seen turtles lay eggs
  5. Eaten turtle meat
  6. Watched a meteor shower
  7. Gotten involved with a landslide
  8. Gone to Mt. St. Benedict
  9. Heard a real gunshot
  10. Hiked on the Northern Range
  11. Held a praying mantis
  12. Been held up while praying
  13. Sung Calypso
  14. Tried to get a passport appointment
  15. Visited Tobago
  16. Been robbed in Tobago
  17. Watched sparking electricity lines
  18. Seen smoke come out the back of your TV
  19. Refused KFC
  20. Ate doubles at 2 am
  21. Had food poisoning
  22. Grown your own weed
  23. Known any Miss Trinidad and Tobago beauty contestants
  24. Had a pillow fight
  25. Feted all night
  26. Taken a PH taxi
  27. Been kidnapped
  28. Taken a sick day when you’re not ill
  29. Held a cock or common fowl
  30. Gone skinny dipping
  31. Ran a 5K
  32. Ridden a pirogue
  33. Helped pull sein
  34. Been insane
  35. Watched a sunrise or sunset
  36. Hit a six
  37. Been on a cruise
  38. Seen Maracas Waterfalls in person
  39. Visited the birthplace of your ancestors
  40. Had ancestors
  41. Had enough money to be truly satisfied
  42. Bought saheena and kachourie in Debe
  43. Seen the Lighthouse of Port of Spain
  44. Played pan
  45. Had the chicken combo at Movietowne
  46. Sung karaoke
  47. Seen a WASA pipe leak
  48. Bought a stranger a roti
  49. Eaten a strange roti
  50. Visited Rio Claro or Cedros
  51. Caught crab on the beach by flambeau light
  52. Been transported in an ambulance
  53. Driven on the shoulder
  54. Had your portrait painted
  55. Been arrested
  56. Had you photo appear on a website
  57. Seen the Pitch Lake in person
  58. Been to the top of the Hyatt Hotel in Port of Spain
  59. Gone scuba diving or snorkeling
  60. Kissed a member of the opposite sex in the rain
  61. Kissed a member of the opposite sex
  62. Cooked at the banks of a river
  63. Been held up at gun point
  64. Considered a life of crime
  65. Visited a family member at Golden Grove
  66. Been in a movie
  67. Taken a martial arts class
  68. Kicked someone’s butt
  69. Been transported in the trunk of a car
  70. Eaten Crix for lunch
  71. Cooked curried duck
  72. Gone girl watching on Frederick Street
  73. Donated blood, platelets, plasma or body parts
  74. Visited a Nazi Concentration Camp or a Government Office
  75. Bounced a check
  76. Visited the Zen Nightclub
  77. Bounced out of a nightclub
  78. Flown in a helicopter
  79. Eaten Smoked Herring
  80. Stood in Woodford Square
  81. Toured the Caroni Bird Sanctuary
  82. Seen dead birds at The Sanctuary
  83. Broken a bone
  84. Broken someone else’s bone
  85. Been on the Bus Route illegally
  86. Published a book (do photo books count?)
  87. Read a book
  88. Bought a brand new car
  89. Fixed a flat in the Beetham
  90. Walked in Queen’s Park Savannah
  91. Been chased in the Queen’s Park Savanna
  92. Had your picture in the newspaper
  93. Had dengue fever
  94. Been called for jury duty
  95. Tried to get parking in Port of Spain
  96. Met someone famous
  97. Been or are  someone famous
  98. Lost a car
  99. Been on TV (Name called once)
  100. Ran out of water with soap on your skin
  101. Blogged like no ones looking

16 thoughts on “Have You Ever…Trinidad and Tobago Style

  1. Pingback: Have You Ever… « ban-d-wagonist

  2. Perhaps #22 is highlighted in your head?

    Not that you strike me as a giant pot-head — it’s more the “willing to admit” comment ;o).

    #85, how does one ride the Bus Route illegally — is that like jumping on an empty train car?

  3. kim, the Bus Route in Trinidad is like a toll road in the US. Drivers need special permission to use the Bus Route and access is granted based on both fixed policy and political connections.

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