Your favourite virtue ::

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
honesty, sensibility

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
honesty, « la gourmandise » (i just can't translate all the meanings)

Your favourite occupation ::
the whole creation process

Your idea of happiness ::
holiday everyday, my birthday everyweek

Your idea of misery ::
shorter days

If not yourself, who would you be ::
a free electron

Where would you like to live ::
somewhere in the mountains

Your favourite colour and flower ::
orange and passion flower

Your favourite prose authors ::
Jules Verne, Hunter S. Thompson...

Your favourite poets ::
Georges Brassens, Serge Gainsbourg, Bob Marley...

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
Don Quijote de la Mancha

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
the mermaids

Your favourite painters and composers ::
painters - Vincent Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec ...
composers - the Beatles, Pink Floyd, the Pixies, Radiohead ...

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
Thomas Edison

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
Mary Phelps Jacob

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
god, if god is part of history

Your favourite food and drink ::
tartiflette and ti-punch (but not in the same time)

Your favourite names ::
names which fit well to their owners

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

The change you most anticipate ::
a world like Terry Gilliam shows in « Brazil »

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::
teletransportation (if it works for friends too, it's better)

How I would like to die ::
convinced that I did my best

What is your present state of mind ::

Of what fault are you most tolerant ::
faults i've already done

Your favourite motto ::
« Many of life's failures are experienced by people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up .» (Thomas Edison)

Silencide is (a musician and) Vincent Ruinart from Paris

website :: Silencide
website :: discogs

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