Interviewed

19 July 2005


Questions from A High and Hidden Place

  1. You were born in the wrong time. If you could live in any time period but our own, where and when would you live?
  2. A famous pub in Ireland letting you name a new drink. What would you name it and why? What would it consist of?
  3. What is the best book ever written and why did you love it so?
  4. Truth or dare? To bed with Gandalf, Frodo, or Samwise Gamgee?
  5. What is the sexiest part of the human body?


The Rules

1. If you want to participate, leave a comment below saying “interview me.”
2. I will respond by asking you five questions — each person’s will be different.
3. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview others in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

My Answers:

  1. You were born in the wrong time. If you could live in any time period but our own, where and when would you live?
    • Sometime in the future, in Ireland. Is that cheating? Coz I don’t think I could really live in the past, I like my modern technology far too much. Actually, if I could I’d jump ahead to Oct. 7th just so I could watch Serenity. Otherwise Ancient Rome would be pretty cool, but then again I’m female so not really all that great. I think if I had to choose a time it’d be so far back in time that nothing would be at all familar. Ancient Ireland, cause I can’t see myself living anywhere else, and even though they say that the past is a foreign country it’d be something vaguely familar.
  2. A famous pub in Ireland letting you name a new drink. What would you name it and why? What would it consist of?
    • Obviously I’d name it biscuits vodka :) And it would contain mainly vodka, with a mysterious mixer, that would NOT be biscuits
  3. What is the best book ever written and why did you love it so?
    • There isn’t one. No way I could just choose one book (I’m taking best book to mean book I love above all others). Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy, Mary Gentle’s Ash, GGK’s Tigana, I could go on and on. I think maybe if you asked what is your favourite box of books I could fill that :)
  4. Truth or dare? To bed with Gandalf, Frodo, or Samwise Gamgee?
    • This has to be the toughest question yet
      After seeing Sin City Frodo is just too creepy. I don’t like whathisface that played Sam in the films. Gandalf has that beard. Why wasn’t Boromir listed here? Or if from the books Faramir?
      We’ll have to go with Frodo I think.
  5. What is the sexiest part of the human body?
    • That depends on the individual. Eyes, chest, arms, all good.

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5 Responses

  1. Heather says:

    Great answers Fence! I don't think I could pick a different time period to live in either. I love where I live and I love my family, my life is good (except for the job). If I had to pick, I would probably pick Ireland. I'm part Irish and I have always want to go there. For some reason I have always been interested in Ireland.

    LOL Biscuits Vodka! I wouldn't mix vodka with biscuits though. Yuck!

    I would have a hard time picking one either. I saw that question somewhere and thought it was a good one though.

    Now, if I had put Boromir or Faramir it would have been too easy. I think I would pick Samwise. After Sin City, I will never look at Elijah Wood the same way again. Turns my stomach!

    I'm a hands and eye person myself, but it's all good!

  2. Fence says:

    Well what would you like to know about Ireland. I can tell you everything. Although certain "facts" may be massaged to make them more interesting :)

  3. Heather says:

    LOL I already find Ireland pretty interesting. I wouldn't know where to being to ask questions. I read about it some and am planning to read more. Who are some good authors I should be looking at?

  4. Fence says:

    Colum MacCann is pretty good, and Tom Humphries is usally an interesting read. And of course Roddy Doyle. And Joseph O'Connor (Sinead O'Connor's brother) has a few good books.

  5. Heather says:

    Thank you for the tips. I will look all of these guys up. I've checked out Roddy Doyle a couple of times but haven't read him yet. His books sound good.