1 - Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) by the Monkees, Albany by We’re About 9, the Glee version of Cough Syrup, Till Tomorrow by Don McLean, Crossroads by Don McLean, and Elevator Love Letter by Stars.
3 - It’s a graphic novel that my sister brought from the library. There aren’t 17 lines on page 23, but here’s one of them: “There is smallpox in the village.”
7 - I honestly can’t think of anything. I guess I have an inhuman ability to memorize lines. I mean I’m sure there are, like, savants and geniuses who can do that better, but for being an average person, it’s pretty uncanny.
9 - Yes. Two, actually; one by a then-boyfriend and one by someone who RP’s with me. Both were very sweet. I have a copy of the former in my 8th-grade email and a copy of the latter saved somewhere on my old computer, probably.
10 - Never that I can remember.
19 - My RA gave us all fake twitter boards and a customized hashtag on them. Mine said #imaginaire, but that url was taken, so I improvised.
30 - right: the fireplace; left: a pillow.
32 - Once my family went on a cruise around Alaska. The cruise left from Vancouver and we spent a couple of days in the city. I adore Vancouver because I love Canada and everyone in that city is remarkably attractive (as far as I could tell), but my dad decided the day after we arrived from the East Coast that we should explore. I think the original goal was to find Chinatown. We ended up getting lost in this extremely sketchy part of downtown Chinatown Vancouver. The four of us - I believe I was 14 at the time, so my sister would have been 8 - were all jetlagged and wandering around a creepy part of a city we didn’t know in a country we didn’t belong to. I witnessed a drug deal occurring. Once we got back to the hotel no one suggested exploring again.
44 - In theaters? The Hunger Games, with my mom and cousin. At home? I recently watched the first half of the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, because I needed something to work out to. Does that count?
47 - Melting the shit out of crayons and putting it on cardboard. Also the diy tumblr tag. These things are related.
54 - Chicken parma at Bertucci’s today. I had to get lunch by myself because my dad was in a meeting, and I got really lost trying to find the cafeteria, so I gave up and left the building (even though it was raining and I didn’t have an umbrella and I was in professional clothes) and went to the Italian place a couple blocks over.
58 - ALMOST.
71 - Oh god I thought this question was going to end with Shia LaBeouf. That depends on a lot of things: 1) Do I like my job/how much do I make/do I need this job? 2) Is my boss a total dick? (I feel like if I show up soaking wet with a half-drowned dog, any normal boss will totally understand.) 3) What kind of dog is it? I am not putting my ass on the line for a goddamn pit bull. Fuck pit bulls.
74 - Everybody Loves Me, Baby by Don McLean.
82 - Defenestrate. The next four favorites are crepuscular, marmalade, penultimate, and encaustic.
85 - “Poor, Poor Pharoah” from Joseph… etc.
88 - I don’t think I would do that. Because even if people piss me off, they have families and stuff who haven’t pissed me off, and the families will be sad and that’s not fair to them. Also exploding is messy and it could take out people in the nearby area.
Wait, shit, I just remembered the Duggars. I hate those people. Okay, maybe them, but only if the survivors aren’t allowed to make some bullshit TV show about it.
91 - Wait, what? Why were there even vegetables involved there? Why don’t you just be like, “what superpower would you choose?” Anyway, I think I wanna choose being the Avatar. Which is totally a superpower if I say so.
Wait, I just remembered shapeshifting. Shit. I don’t know.
95 - Well, I really wanna go to Prague. So… there, I guess?