Q. What is your major?
A. Graphic design, though I’m thinking of switching to drawing or getting a double major, at the very least.
Q. What do you like about it?
A. What’s not to like, really?
Q. Do you consider yourself a good artist?
A. I consider myself mediocre; I’m only a freshman. I have a lot to learn.
Q. What is your favorite class?
A. That is tricky, that is tricky. Ooh, graphic design, yeah, Graphics 1.
Q. What is your favorite pop?
A. Pepsi. Everyone on my floor knows that. There are 16 bottles of Pepsi in that bag right there from the Grab ’n’ Go. Gotta love dining dollars.
Q. What do you think of your roommate?
A. She’s awesome.
Q. If you could have any pet, real or imagined, what would it be?
A. A frickin’ dragon.
Q. Why a dragon?
A. ’Cause dragons are awesome, but it would have to be a miniature dragon, a house dragon, really.
Q. What do you like about the learning community you are in, Go Global?
A. Fifty percent of the classes, everyone on my floor – well not everyone, I mean. I got Sadie and I got Korby.
Q. What do you do in your spare time?
A. Now, is this a trick question? Costume making, but most of the time I sleep. Yes costuming, sleeping, drawing, trolling on the interwebs.
Q. What is your favorite website?
Q. If you were arrested, why would you be arrested
A. What wouldn’t I be arrested for?
Q. What is your favorite book or book series?
A. The “Gone” series by Michael Grant has this awesome hold over me. It’s like if Stephen King wrote “Lord of the Flies,” and I do love me some macabre situations.
Q. What do you want to do after college?
A. No clue. Head west to California, I guess.
Q. In your opinion, why doesn’t McDonald’s sell hotdogs?
A. Because they’d never win out over Sonic Coneys, of course.
Q. Would Jewish vampires avoid crosses or stars of David?
A. Why not both?
Q. If you could dig a hole to China, would you?
Q. What would you do when you got there?
A. Eat. I am not going back to America until I have delicious Chinese cuisine.
Q. If you have kids, what would you name them?
A: Eh? Kids? I’m not much of a kid person, but I’d name my first daughter Emma Marie and my first son Jonathan David. But I am not the best person to be caring for children. At all. Believe me, terrible things will happen.
Q. If happiness were the national currency, what would you do to make you rich?
A. Who says I’m not already rich? But, I’d go to an anime convention for an entire weekend.
Q. If you could offer newborn babies one piece of advice, and they understood it, what would it be?
A. Don’t worry; be happy. That’s all the advice anyone ever really needs.