Saturday, January 31, 2009

Interview with myself

You know how magazines like Vogue have interviews with stylists and designers? Well, here's one that I have done with myself. Boredom, really.

Tell me five words to describe yourself?
Contradictory, Satiric, Eclectic, Loyal, Head-case

What words do you most overuse?
Considering the toddler in the house, "No".

What's your idea of a perfect day?
Sleeping in, 60 degree fall day, raking, burning the leaves, jumping in them with the kids. Making a nice dinner, baking a pie that smells great, getting a babysitter and going to a rock show.

Do you have any regrets?
Not at all. I have fucked up a lot, and I still fuck up a lot every single day, but I wouldn't be me without it. And I kind of dig myself.

What's the quality you most admire in a man?
Integrity, 100%.

If you could be any other nationality what would it be?
I love being and Irish American, but being an Irish Swede might be kind of awesome.

Are you religious?
I believe in God, I feel I am a Christian, but I take issue with some aspects of the bible so it's an ongoing battle with myself. My relationship with God is personal, and most certainly real.

What is your favourite snack?
Brownies always sound good.

What do you think you'd taste like?

What talent would you most like to possess?
The ability to be calm 24-7, without the aid of medicine.

If you were a vegetable, what would you be?
A tomato; rebellious, since it's not ACTUALLY a vegetable.

And if you were an animal?
A rabbit; because I'm so damn fertile.

What was your dream job as a child?
Defense attorney.

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?
Max Paul and Genevieve Aniela.

How do you define style?
Loving, rocking, owning, confidence. In whatever it is.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
2 inches off the thighs.

Do you have a motto?
Love your enemies: they'll go crazy trying to figure out what you're up to.

What would you do if you ruled the world?
Eliminate federal government.

1 comment:

sasukesrevenge said...

I feel you on the religion thing. I just wrote something about that on my blog.