Some things to think about
1. Name something you always carry with you?
My Phone. I can go without a lot of things but if I don’t have my phone with me I feel like my right hand has been cut off.
2. Is there anyone on your mind at the moment? Who? Why?
My pony sub. I do such horrible things to him and he spoils me rotten! I was just thinking about having him come round dressed in a maid uniform to tidy for me.
3. If you were to be remembered for one thing, what would it be?
I know I will be remembered as that crazy ass bitch that always has something kinky in her bag
4. Tell us something new that you learned in the last month?
I learned how to say the shops are now shut in German: die Geschäfte sind jetzt geschlossen. Impressed?
5. What are you pretending not to know? Why?
To some groups of people I am pretending not to know how to speak German. I am slowly learning and I just want to freak people out one day by being fluent.
6. Are you happy with other people’s perception of you?
I’m not really sure what people think of me and to be quite honest, I don’t really care. Not that I’m up my own arse or anything but I really don’t want to waste my time on pleasing people who don’t want to be pleased. Think what you like, I’ll be over here enjoying my life.
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”
― Bernard M. Baruch
7. Are you generally focused on today or tomorrow?
Depends, I’m usually focused on right now unless I have something exciting happening tomorrow.
Bonus: How do you eat Oreos? Which method best matches your Oreo cookie eating style?
a. Pick it up, bite into it.
b. Twist it open, eat each half separately
c. Twist it open, eat the frosting, then eat each chocolate cookie half separately.
I actually do all three. The first Oreo I always bite right into it. I enjoy the mixture of textures and flavours in every mouthful of Oreo cookie. Then I take the next one, twist it open and eat the side without any frosting first. Once that side’s gone I slowly enjoy the frosted half, Mmmmmm!
The rare occasions that I twist open an Oreo only to lick the frosting off first I usually am put off eating the remaining cookie halved thinking about how they’re now coated with a layer of my own saliva cooling in the breeze. At this point I start feeling poorly either from the sugar overload or the prospect of eating partially digested biscuits and I’ve hit my Oreo limit.