Friday, December 15

Sometimes you just have to...

... fill in a dull questionnaire.

Part 1: The Birth of You

Were you a planned baby?:
As far as I know, yes, though my mother may just be saying that to make herself look less of a hussy.

Were you the first?:
2nd, well, 2nd carried full-term.

Who was present at your birth?:
Mum. Dad. A midwife from New Zealand.

Were your parents married when you were born?:
Boringly, yes.

What is your birthdate?
06/07/1981

Part 2: The Family

Are you parents married or divorced?
Married. Too married. They'll never split up. My Dad would perish within hours.

An only child?:
I have an older sister and a younger brother.

If you have siblings are you oldest, middle, or youngest?:
See above.

What are your sibling's names?:
Joseph and Maria.

Which parent do you get along with best?:
Mother is the more sensible of the two, but I love them both equally.

What do you fight about?
Money. Mess. The usual.

Do you have step parents?:
No.

Part 3: The Friends

Do you have more than one best friend?
Yes, absolutely. I have about 5!

What do you like to do when you are together?
Watch tv, drink tea, swear, shop, see gigs.

Do you share the same interests?:
Yes or we wouldn't do the above.

Which friend can you tell anything to?:
None. I never tell anyone anything important.

Part 4: Your Personality

How high/low is your self esteem?:
It goes through stages. Rapid cycling stages. It might have something to do with my condition.

Do you get depressed about things easily?:
Yes, yes I do.

Are you an extrovert (outgoing) or an introvert (reserved)?:
Both, depending on my mood.

Are you happy?:
I'm alright.

Do you live life to the fullest?:
If I did then would I have spent the hours between 2pm - 5pm fast asleep?

Part 5: Appearance

Are you comfortable with the way you look?
Not right now. I am hormone-spotty.

Describe your hair?
Disgusting.

How do you dress?
Topshop.

Part 6: The Past

Were you a strange child?:
Yes, I once went mute for two days. I also hated anything new and would wail like a bereaved widow if I came into contact with the unknown. I hated touching people. I thought the school doctor was a paedo (actually, in hindsight, he probably was). My Mum wouldn't let me watch the news or documentaries on health issues/murderers because they'd drive me insane and prevent me sleeping for nights on end.

What did you used to love that you no longer do?
Jordan Knight. Robbie Williams. Philip Schofield. Bugsy Malone. Dougie Howser MD. Hobie from Baywatch. All these men LET ME DOWN.

Do you have the same friends?:
As what or whom?

Was there anything in your past that was traumatizing?
Discovering that I was supposed to believe in God creating the world in 7 days and the existance of dinosaurs at the same time. I don't think I'm over that yet, actually.

Part 7: The Future

What is your ambition?:
To possess an item of large household furniture of my very own.

Are you scared of growing old?:
I'm still working on growing up!

Do you want to get married?:
Ha. Good question.

Part 8: The Outdoors

Do you prefer indoors or outdoors?
Outdoors has nature and wildlife and fresh air. Indoors has a teapot, Vanessa on ITV1 and biscuits. No contest really, is there?

Favorite Season:

Spring. It makes me smile for no reason. And thinking this is the only way I can survive winter. Only. A. Few. More. Months.

Do you like walking in the rain?:
No, because my fringe gets it's cows-lick back and I look stupid. Also, my mascara runs.

Part 9: Food

Are you a vegetarian?:
Yes, because I eat veg, and also meat.

What is your favorite food?:
Cake.

What food makes you want to gag?
Coleslaw. Potato salad. Ketchup. Mayo.

What is your favorite dessert?
Sticky Toffee Pudding.

What is your favorite restaurant?:
Pizza Express.

Are you a fussy eater?
No.

Part 10: Experiences

What was one of your greatest experiences?:
Louis Tussauds Wax Museum in Great Yarmouth.

What was one of the worst?
Leicester.

Have you ever done drugs?
Only the rubbish ones.

Have you ever thought you were going to die?:
Regularly.

1 comment:

Layla said...

Yeah, I loved Philip Schofield too, now I realise he's way too nice. But when I was about 9, he seemed perfect.
I still love Bugsy Malone. The film though, not the boy.

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