What was your favorite scene from Single Father/what did you like most about the show? Are you glad I told you to watch it?
Well, my favorite thing about Single Father has to be the fact that it had Scottish people/accents. Especially David Tennant. Really, though, my favorite part was when Dave went after Sarah at the very end. Everything worked out and was all happy, so that was good :) I must say, the first two episodes I was not very happy to have taken your advice and started the series, but all’s well that ends well, you know :P
What did you get in trouble for the most when you were younger?
Well, at home I got in trouble a lot for fighting with my siblings. At school, I generally tried to follow the rules, but when I did get in trouble, it was pretty much for talking.
If you pick out your own seven wonders of the world, what would they be?
I don’t know. I haven’t been enough places to see that many wonders. I can’t even name the existing seven wonders…
If you could do something dangerous just once with no risk what would you do?
Poke Shelby :D
If you could only keep one picture of any event from your past (all other pictures of your entire life have been destroyed) what kind of picture would it be? Who/what would be in it? (this picture doesn’t actually have to exist. You can imagine that there was a robotic unobtrusive photographer following you around whenever you wanted it. Or you can choose one that does already exist).
The first thing that comes to mind is just a picture of me right after I was born, with my parents and grandparents all in it. Because babies are cute, and it’s funny to think how different they all looked 20 years ago (crazy that someone could change so much in just 20 years, right? :P )
Have you ever thrown away an item you wish you’d saved? What was it?
I’m sure I have, I just can’t think of any examples right now.
Would you write a reference for a friend who you feel is poorly qualified?
I’d like to think not, but I’d probably have a really hard time saying no…
Imagine you can talk to an alien in another galaxy via radio only. How would you describe left and right? Also how can you describe laughter?
Well, it probably wouldn’t matter what I said. Being able to talk to an alien isn’t going to mean much if, as is most likely, it doesn’t understand the language I’m speaking. Assuming said alien and I could find common linguistic ground, however, it would still probably be impossible to describe left and right (by which I mean to designate which is which) without a visual or something, seeing as I have no idea what the alien’s surroundings are like and thus no way of giving a reference point as to each side. I mean, if I knew the alien had the same anatomy as me, I could say that the left hand is on the side of the body where your heart is, and the right side is the other side, but I highly doubt that the alien would be that much like a human. Laughter, in contrast, I could describe by just… laughing. It is radio, after all. The alien may not be able to see me, but it can hear me.
If you were really a robot, would you want to know?
Yeah! If I knew I could test out all the robotic abilities I never knew I had!
… wait, is there something you’re not telling me? :P
Would you rather be a flower or a tree and why?
A tree. They’re less likely to be trampled and they live longer. Plus I just like trees better anyway. They’re good for climbing and looking at, whereas flowers are only sometimes pretty and almost never smell good (to me, at least).
Do you think you’re good at thinking outside the box?
Not especially. I never get those puzzle things (e.g. the 9 dots arranged in a square that you have to draw four lines through all of them, or the IX that you have to turn into 6 with a single pen stroke) until after they’re explained to me.
You’re driving along on a wild, stormy night. It’s raining heavily when suddenly you pass by a bus stop where you see three people waiting. They are: an old lady who looks as if she is about to die, an old friend who once save your life, and your soul mate. Your car can only hold two people (1 driver, 1 passenger). Who, if anyone would you give a ride to?
Well, if I stopped at all (which would be unlikely, seeing as visibility would be significantly reduced from the storm, and I’m not in the habit of just stopping in the middle of the road in the first place), I’d probably give a ride to my friend, seeing as that’s the only person there whom I actually know. I do want more details on the old lady, though. In what way does she appear to be dying? Is she actually dying? Does she need to get to the hospital immediately? Is it the storm that’s making her seem to be dying? If so, I’d assume that the friend and soul mate would already have called an ambulance and it would be no good for me to take her in my car, though I may need to wait with them until the ambulance arrived.
If you ever had a boat, could I name it for you, since you show no interest in naming it yourself?
Sure. Though I do get veto power in this hypothetical situation.
Do you avoid naming inanimate objects because you’re too indecisive to choose names?
That probably has a lot to do with it. :)
If you could rule a country as Queen, which country would it be?
Britain. Cause then I’d have a cool accent :) I also can’t think of any other monarchies at the moment…
If you could be a mythical creature, what would it be?
Either a hobbit, so I could marry Pippin, or a mermaid, because they’re cool. The nice, friendly, pretty kind, I mean, not the creepy, scary, siren ones.
Out of all the animals or creatures in any book or movie, which one would you want as a pet?
Well, the nerdfighter in me would want a puppy sized elephant from the second Journey to the Center of the Earth movie.
After looking through my copy of Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them, however, I’d really like to have a puffskein. They sound so adorable!!!
What would you name it?
I would name my puffskein Puffy or Fluffy or something. Cause I’m creative like that.
Why don’t you like naming objects? Didn’t you name your car?
Because there doesn’t seem to be any point in it. Plus, like Anna Beth pointed out, I’m too indecisive to come up with anything good. And my mom’s the one who named Betsy, not me.
So that’s all the Questions I have thus far received! This week’s winner is Rachael, cause she asked me fun questions and stuff. Bye now!