Wednesday, September 2, 2015

The Tag of Happiness

Bailey from The Curiosity Collections tagged me to do the Tag of Happiness! Thanks, Bailey! And because happiness is a good thing to share, I am doing it too. So don’t worry, be happy, sit back, and enjoy the show.


  • Take the banner and put it in your post
  • List as many things as you want in each category
  • Come up with more categories if you wish
  • Tag as many people as you want

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Some songs that make you happy.


*may not be appropriate for all people seeking happiness

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Some books that make you happy.

A Series of Unfortunate Events | H.I.V.E. | Artemis Fowl | Twilight | Leverage novels

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Some movies that make you happy.

Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium | Willow | The Book of Life | Anastasia | Brother Bear

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Some foods that make you happy.

Cookies | Tomato Bisque from Noodles | Crockpot Potatoes | Grilled Cheese Sandwiches | Squishems

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Some words that make you happy.

Doom | Endoplasmic Reticulum | Pretzels | NO | Hi dog.

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Some scents that make you happy.

Vanilla | Must | Campfire | Pine Trees | Cold Air

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Some random things that make you happy.

My Dad Getting Home From Work | Cats Purring | Star Trek | Warm Hands | Praise

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Some blogs that make me happy—that I would tag if they so felt like it.



Yes, these are my things of happiness. Also, lists and equal numbers of things make me happy, which is why this tag looks the way it does.

Tell me about some of your happiness! What are some things that make you happy?

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  1. Cookies and cold air make me really happy too. And apparently, alliteration. :P I am also very scared at some of the words you say make you happy. Doom? NO? And then I don't even know what Endoplasmic Reticulum is... *backs away slowly* Heehee.

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    1. Cold air is nice when it is a gust and not like hypothermia. Alliteration is also great! DOOM IS A GREAT WORD DON'T BE SO JUDGMENTAL EVERYONE NEEDS A LITTLE DOOM IN THEIR LIFE. Sorta. And an endoplasmic reticulum is an organelle in your cells that is responsible for lipid and protein creation. So you have them. :)

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  2. I am kind of RIDICULOUSLY happy that I make you happy and you tagged me, except that I haven't dealt with my tags for wayyyyy too long so I'm sort of happy and sad at the same time. OH WELL. TAGS ARE ALWAYS HAPPY.

    This is such a wonderful tag though? Like ALL the things that make us both happy. ASOUE. Cookies. Cheese sandwiches. Pretzels. VANILLA. THE MOST HAPPY.

    PS: Did not mean to quote Anne Boleyn, but it happened, so I went along with it.

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    1. Haha, I always love to see your blog posts, so trust that I mean it. However, since I love seeing your blog posts I am well aware that you are behind on tags but that is okay; I do not hold it against you.

      And isn't it such a good idea? THE FOOD IS THE BEST OF HAPPY THOUGH, RIGHT? :D

      PS: That's okay. All historical figures are welcome here.

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  3. Oh goodness, Star Trek makes me so happy, especially Data. You are my favorite person forever for posting that Data gif.

    Grilled cheese, cold air, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, and Anastasiamake me so happy. Also A Series of Unfortunate Events.

    Ramen noodles make me happy, and coffee, and fudge, and music, and coffee, blog comments :P, the smell of clean paper, drawing, coffee, the smell of mint tea, fresh coconut, coffee. And this post.

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    1. Right, right, right? I love Data! He is among my favorite of Star Trek characters. :)

      Yes! They are all happy things. I love them. :D I'm glad they make you happy, too.

      OH, those are all such good things. I take it coffee makes you extra happy, though, or else you hadn't had any when you wrote this. XD (Just kidding, I know you love your coffee). Blog comments are awesome, too, so thanks for yours!

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  4. LEVERAGE NOVELS!? What? Now I want to read these. Who is the author so I acquire said books posthaste?

    I watched Anastasia the other week with some friends. They realize I had never seen it before and decided to cure my ignorance. I liked it. It was so funny! Also, I love how the characters move more like real people instead of cartoons. I forget what the bat's name was. Which irritates me. But have you done one of your character analysis posts on the bat? That would be fun. I would definitely read that.

    Cookies make me happy. As well as, sad songs, rain, and cinnamon and sugar popcorn. And the books. But that's a given, right?

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    1. They all have different authors, but The Con Job is by Matt Forbeck, The Zoo Job is by Keith R.A. Decandido, and The Bestseller Job is by Greg Cox. They're all awesome!

      Anastasia is awesome and cute, right? Although, of course, it is still pretty cartoony, at least in style. Bartok is the bat, and he is the most adorable thing ever. I haven't done any analyses on Bartok, but I totally could! Thanks for the idea!

      And cookies, sad songs, and cinnamon are great, as are books, but you're right—everyone knows this.

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  5. Aww...so much happiness here - I love it! ♥ I completely agree with all of your choices as well - these are definitely some of the best feel-good songs / books / movies I've seen. Thanks for sharing and, as always, fabulous post! ♥

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    1. It's an awesome tag, right? :) I'm glad other people find the songs, movies, and books awesome as well. Thanks for reading, Zoe!

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  6. This is such a cool idea! Thanks for the tag :) Also, your gifs are on point.

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    1. I thought so, too! Thanks for participating in the tag, Opal!

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  7. I like this tag! Joseph's coat is a great song, my school did the musical last year! When you say must, do you mean mould? Or the smell of old books (because that is one nice smell). I also like vanilla, artemis fowl, cats purring, and Endoplasmic recticulum. This is a happy post!

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    1. That's awesome! I wish we could do it at my school. :) And kind of like mold... more like dusty mold? The smell of old books is also nice. :) I'm glad you liked these, and thanks for reading, Shar!

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  8. Oh goodness, I love Artemis Fowl, A Series of Unfortunate Events, cookies, vanilla, Star Trek, and Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium too! So many awesome, happy things! :D This is such a great tag!


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    1. They're all great, right? Bailey had a great idea in making this tag. It was lovely. :) Thanks for reading, Alexa!

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  9. AHH THANKS FOR THE TAG!! THAT MAKES ME HAPPY. :D And those gifs make me happy. Omg, that one of the dude-smiling-but-not-smiling was hysterical. XD Also my puppy makes me happy...he's such a dork and so adorable and researching interesting things makes me happy. :')

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    1. YOU ARE WELCOME MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY IS FUN. And yes, when I saw Arnold Schwarzenegger I had to pick him, because he was perfect. And aw, your puppy—Atticus, right? :)

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  10. Aaw, Heather? This is such a sweet, awesome, fantastic, HAPPY tag. I'm so glad I happened to see it, because it (and that Arnie gif, because seriously? That's amazing.) made me smile! And I want to end my day smiling.
    Here's some things I love: thunder storms, heavy rain, cold days spent reading in bed, my puppy, my bad-assness, the smell of pine, freshly mown grass and books. xx

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    1. I loved that GIF, too. I'm glad that you ended the day smiling! I think all of those things are very happy things, but I have to agree that thunderstorms are the best, as well as pine. :) It's the best!

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