FridayQ: May 2005 Archives

FQ1: What's your native language? Do you speak any foreign languages? If so, how did you come to learn them?
I speak english, having been born in Australia. I can ein bischen deutsch, but only a very little bit (learn in high school for a couple of years).

FQ2: What's your native country? Have you visited any foreign countries? If so, which ones?
Oh, already answered - Australia. I've been to New Zealand, Canada, and the USA (three times)

FQ3: Are there any foreign foods, books, movies, or other items that you are particularly fond of? Name some of your favorites.
The good thing about living in Sydney is that we get an amazing variety of foreign food. I like Thai, even though I don't like chili spice heh, italian, lebanese, mexican (again without the chili :) ).. well at least aspects of all sorts of things.

FQ NATIVE: If you had to trade your nationality for that of any foreign country, which would you choose and why?
Well I don't think I would for a start (Australia is the best country in the world ;) ). Possibly British or something European like German. I dunno.

Boring answers, sorry

FQ1: What music puts you in the mood for romance?
Shrug. Nothing in particular over anything else.

FQ2: Where is the perfect place for romancing someone?
Maybe an ocean at sunset or something.

FQ3: What kind of foods get you feeling romantic?
Again, nothing in particular. Maybe something sensual like strawberries/cherries/raspberries.

FQ LOVER: How would somebody go about winning your heart?
Be a friend first. I typically have to know a guy for a least six months before there is any romantic interest at all. I don't do "dating".

FQ1: What's an ideal day for you when it's sunny and blue skies?
I usually try to avoid direct sunlight. I burn in about thirty seconds. Ideally I guess I'd like to be out doing *anything* but since the number of people I know that I actually get to do anything with is severely limited, I'm most likely to be spending it in front of my computer.

FQ2: What's an ideal day for you when it's overcast and rainy?
Sitting in front of my computer and/or a dvd

FQ3: What's an ideal day for you when it's cold and snowy?
Skiing of course! :)

FQ FORECAST: What's the weather forecast for your area this coming weekend? (find it at weather.com) What will you be doing out there in it?
Showers. I have to go to work to upgrade a server from NT4 to 2003. Also doing the rellie bash thing for mothers day.

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