What Disney character would you be and why?
This is entirely a trick question because, as much as I love Disney movies, the chicks are all pretty lame. If I had to choose a female character, it would (as of recently) be EVE from Wall-E. She's a robot, she can blow stuff up, and she flies around in space. Plus, she's one of the few female characters that is just not worthless and helpless, in general. The villains are way more fun. My favorite is Gaston-- he's got a killer theme song and biceps to spare. He also uses antlers in all of his decorating, and every last inch of him is covered in hair.
What is your favorite jerky and why?
My dad's deer jerky rocks on so many different levels. My dad is an avid hunter, and the hardest part about dating guys is always bringing them home to my 6'5" dad, polishing his shot guns on the sofa. Deer heads and antlers hanging everywhere. You could practically hear the poor guy gulping a giant lump down his throat when he first sees all of this. It's a pretty big facade, though--my dad's just a teddy bear who cares about his daughters (all four of us!). Sorry, Dad. Truth's out.
If you could be any insect (excluding a butterfly) what would you be?
I would only have one criterion: I would have to be able to stand up to assholes like humans. I would probably be a bullet ant, or a Japanese giant hornet, or something hardcore and insane like that. Maybe a bot fly just to creep people out. The spiders in Arachnophobia? With me being a biology major, this is just way too hard to answer. And who would want to be a butterfly? Boring.
You have to choose one state in the U.S. to get rid of, which one?
Alaska. There's no reason to even elaborate on this since it has already been done countless times via SNL and most every other college kid in America. Had you asked me a year or so ago, I would probably say Indiana. What a waste of space.
Describe your ideal Sunday morning.
It would have to be making some killer breakfast. Since I still can't find a guy who does breakfast better than I can, breakfast-in-bed for me is usually out of the question. The breakfast would probably be eggs, sausage, biscuits, and gravy, and some french toast... maybe eggs benedict if I'm feeling saucy. An amazing bloody mary, and a mango bellini--breakfast time is by far the best time to show off some bartending skills. Watching Sunday football that floats into True Blood and a couple guilty pleasures (The Pick-Up Artist 2 and Charm School 2).
Boxers or briefs? Why?
Boxers. A man's gotta breath. Plus, briefs just come off as a little bit metro to me. I like my underwear to be skimpier than my man's, thank you very much.
Where was your first date with a boy?
Actually, my first date was pretty solid. We went and saw Orange County and bonded over our knowledge of Jimmy Eat World before the rest of the world found out about them. Good taste in music really can mend even the most awkward of times. The date did start out pretty rough, though, when he had to meet my father. More on this later.
A broken heart. Nah, I've been pretty lucky as far as injuries go. Although, my knee does randomly dislocate and gross out everybody in its radius from time to time. It usually happens at the most inopportune times and hurts like hell. Neat party trick, right?
Worst/best Truth or Dare?
I guess this isn't necessarily a "worst dare," but it IS a haze, and the two are almost synonymous. At my first bartending job, I had to take a shot of gin, tequila, and tabasco sauce. Never. Ever. Again. I haven't had an actual dare since about the third grade, so the details are a little blurry, but the best recent crazy exploit involved a couple of rogue college kids "picking up" some Christmas lawn ornaments just to decorate their annual Christmas party. Crazy kids even made the front page of the newspaper the next day. Hmmm.
Definitely or definately?
Every college student should know that it's definitely... or you definitely shouldn't have been accepted into college. Other ones that just piss me off: The most famous you're vs. your it's vs. its they're vs. their vs. there affect vs. effect should of instead of should have
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