Q: If you could bang a comic book villain, who would it be and why? Movie villain? TV villain?
A: Hmm… well there a few comic villains I’m tempted to choose but I think I’m going to have to go with Magneto (sp?). Get a metal dildo and he’d be able to use his power to fuck one hole with the dildo and another hole with his cock. For the movie and TV villains, definitely Hannibal Lector and Dexter Morgan. I have a thing for serial killers.
Q: If you could be any animal other than a platypus, what animal would you be?
A: A very large cat. Jaguar, leopard or tiger most likely.
Q: Have you ever done serious physical harm to someone? On purpose?
A: Only if you count concussions as serious physical harm and no that was not on purpose.
Q: What is your least favorite article of clothing?
A: That depends. If you mean least favorite article of clothing that I wear- shoes. If you mean overall- underwear.
Q: What it the significance of the platypus? I’m Australian so it got my attention, but from a brief reading of this blog….you’re not Australian????
A: Nope, I’m not Australian. And I’m not sure there’s exactly a significance… I just really like the platypus. I’ve done some research on them and I just think they’re fantastic.
Q: How many blogs do you check regularly?
A: Technically, ten. But that number only takes into account the blogs whose archives I’ve completely read. See, when I find a new blog and I read a couple posts and think I might like it, I don’t just bookmark it and add it to the lineup of regularly checked blogs. I bookmark it and at first it goes into a special folder labeled “Archives Not Yet Devoured”. At any given time I have one or two tabs open where I just go through a blog’s archives. Once I’ve gone through all the posts on a blog, it gets moved from the “Archives Not Yet Devoured” folder to the normal folder in my toolbar that I go through and check regularly. Blogs are frequently disqualified and discarded if their archives are hard to navigate, i.e. if they don’t have “forward” and “back” buttons on each individual post.