This one is from Valley Grrrl
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1. If you could have a sitting with anyone in the world, who would you most like to photograph?
Man Kelvis, you start with a doozy. As much as I would like to SHOOT Britney and LiLo, I'll instead say Stephen Hawking. Final answer. John Lennon if he was still around.
If I really thought about it I would have a top 10 list. Hmm, something for the future.
2. What do people most often misjudge about you?
I think people's first impressions of me are usually wrong. On the surface I can be pretty serious and quiet and Renato would go as far as saying I was a bitch, but the more you know about me the weirder I get. Yep, people see me and I know they think I'm a B and a snot (that's only true to some extent). But really I'm a total nerd and goofball.
3. Do you have a karaoke song?
I don't have a signature song yet, but I'm working on it. I'm thinking it would be something by Neil Diamond or Queen. Something feelgood, something to get the crowd pumped. Toto's Africa perhaps? The last song I sang at kareoke was Bohemian Rhapsody with Lorelei. We rocked it.
4. As a future "military wife", I imagine you have an opinion when it comes to the US' presence in Iraq. If you could sit down with President Bush and tell him one thing, what would it be?
I would tell him, "How do you like them apples?!" after beating the crap out of him with a wet bag of nickels. I may even take off my shoe and pound him with that too. Get them the F out, I say. Pepper leaves for Iraq in just a few weeks, and if something happens to him I am not afraid to wail on the President.
5. Are you really "forever 21?"
If I was I'd be 25 pounds lighter.
21 was fantastic but with every year I discover more and have more adventures so I'm not afraid of the future. Besides, all my friends are older than me, and they rock so I'm definitely excited about being further from 21. I just think it would be rad to have that license plate at 60.
Thank you Valley Girl. I miss you.