Your favourite virtue ::
Being Nice

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
(See Above)

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
Women should be sweet! (a girl version of nice)

Your favourite occupation ::
I've been in IT (technology) since 1994 so I guess that's the one.

Your idea of happiness ::
Good food, family and friends. Need I say more?

Your idea of misery ::
Playing the according in hell.

If not yourself, who would you be ::
I always want to be myself, sometimes a more well known version but ahh no biggie.

Where would you like to live ::

Your favourite colour and flower ::
Black and lotus

Your favourite prose authors ::
No favs per sey I'm all over the place when it comes to books although.

Your favourite poets ::

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
Dark Night (Batman)

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
Wonderwoman (who doesnt want to be tied up?)

Your favourite painters and composers ::
Max Ernst / Amadeus Mozart

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
Both my dad and step father

Your favourite heroines in real life ::

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
a known favorite Hitler

Your favourite food and drink ::
Chinese food / rhum and coke!

Your favourite names ::
Myles, Caleb, Addy

Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you)::
Rude people

The change you most anticipate::
Financial of course!

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::
Psychic, I'd help with unsolved murders. People need to be able to know and grieve.

How I would like to die ::
Getting laid...right on the end of orgasm

What is your present state of mind ::
Currently working and enjoying these questions.

Of what fault are you most tolerant ::
I'm too easy sometimes, but I think that makes me nice.

Your favourite motto ::
Hate has a curved blade.

8 janvier 2008

Phoenelai / Pizo Meyer is born in 1969 and currently lives in Houston.
Phoenelai is a musician

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:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of Marcel Proust", created by Antoinette Faure around 1890.