Here is my first Liebster post and here is my second, for anyone interested.
This time, my thanks goes to Nikki over at Chibi-Chic. You are a sweetheart, my friend.
Once again, I just focus on the questions this time around.
Nikki's Questions for her nominees:
1) What made you decide to start a blog?
Umm...I needed to start writing for someone other than my poetry/creative writing workshop groups.
2) Who would you consider your celebrity idol and why?
I don't think that I have any idols, but I do have "girl crushes"...Like the one I have on Emma Stone, who was named best dressed in Hollywood a couple months back.
|This is what you call class|
|It's not like I admire her or anything|
3) If you could be any fictional villain, who would you choose?
Maleficent. Sleeping Beauty is my favorite "Disney princess" movie pretty much because of her (I put it in quotes because Pocahontas is technically a princess too, but Disney seems to have forgotten that).
|Maleficent: a true, diabolical villain.|
4) What is your life's dream?
I want to be happy. Almost everything I do is in pursuit of that goal.
5) Out of the friends you have, was there one which you met through unusual circumstances and how?
Well, there was this girl that lived in the same dorm that I did a couple semesters ago...We met in the bathroom when I went to take a shower. I felt a bit awkward making small talk with a stranger when all I wanted to do was jump in the shower stall, but she was very nice and we got along pretty well. I actually ran into her yesterday and she told me that I was one of the only people in that building that talked to her that semester. I can say the same about her.
6) What is the worst or most bizarre program you have ever seen on television?
Wipeout. Now that show is tame in reality TV standards, but I really just don't get it. I don't find watching people getting hurt funny at all.
|You're laughing right now, aren't you?|
What a question! I don't want to be a loser and not answer but scanning through my music library trying to come up with a response has given me a headache. I concede. Coldplay, Keane and OneRepublic songs tend to speak to me if that gives you any idea.
8) What is your favourite culture and why?
British culture has been my favorite for a really long time. I grew up watching British television shows and I've always been fascinated by what goes on over there. There are also some people who honestly believe that I am French-Canadian, but that's another story for another time.
9) What has been your most proud moment in life to date?
When one of my pieces (a prose poem about my mother) made it into my college's creative writing publication my sophomore year and I officially became a published writer.
10) What has been the scariest film you have seen. (For whatever reason?)
You probably won't catch me watching any scary movies; I do not like being scared. I have seen a few or the lighter ones like The Ring, Darkness Falls, and the first few Paranormal Activity movies and they didn't really interest me (the Paranormal series is extremely boring in my opinion). But one movie that makes me jump at the same point every time is Wait Until Dark starring Audrey Hepburn (Two mentions in one post? That must mean something...). Check it out and you will know exactly what part I'm talking about.
|It was considered one of the |
scariest movies during its time for a reason
None, because ice cream doesn't have any bones.
Once again, I'd like to thank you for reading my nonsense. There are so many other things you could do with your time, so I appreciate you sharing a little bit of it with me.