IT’S MY TOMBSTONE AND I’LL ROT IF I WANT TO


ghost: what would you like on your tombstone?
I shall not have a tombstone. I will be cremated. Part of my ashes will be scattered near Leibniz’ grave. If this does not happen I will HAUNT FOREVER

dracula: are you afraid of aging? or death?
Neither. Bring on the end, man.

nosferatu: what, as a child, did you imagine went bump in the night?
I don’t remember being afraid of much as a kid, though that might be inaccurate.

godzilla: what do you do when you are angry? are you ever destructive?
I’m not a pleasant person when I’m angry. And I’m angry quite often, so that’s not a fantastic combination. I try not to take it out on anyone but myself, though.

the blob: do you collect anything? if so, what & why?
I don’t collect anything specifically, but I do tend to amass trinkets/random nonsense I find cute/interesting/cool. Hence the trinket shelf.

zombie: when was the last time you trusted your gut? was it successful?
I’ve learned to always trust my gut based on past experience. The last time I did was when I was trying to decide between going to Carleton University versus U of C. Trusted my gut and chose U of C. Things couldn’t have worked out better.

mothra: what is something dangerous that attracts or fascinates you?
I’d totally do skydiving again. No question.

king kong: what are some questionable choices you’ve made lately?
Existing?

alien: what is your strangest feature?
The sheer ugliness of my body. It’s bad, yo.

cthulhu: do you like the ocean? why or why not?
The ocean’s great. Terrifying, but awesome.

nessie: have you ever felt invisible to people — the feeling of not existing?
Bah.

mutant spider: what is one of your biggest fears?
I don’t have any major ones, I don’t think.

golem: if you could make up an imaginary friend, what would they be like and why?
Not going to lie: it would be Leibniz. Just…Leibniz. Though he’d speak English so we could converse. I am being 100% honest here, so DON’T JUDGE ME.

sharktopus: what is something you’ve done that was ridiculous or a bad decision?
Going to University of Western Ontario, mainly because I very promptly failed at everything I wanted to do there and had to move back to Moscow. I’d had a bad feeling about going to Ontario before I even left, but didn’t listen to that feeling. Now I listen to those types of feelings.

robot: what is a habit you do without thinking?
Panic. That’s totally a habit, fight me.

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