1. Leave a comment saying you want to be interviewed.
2. I'll reply and give you five questions to answer.
3. You'll update your LJ with the five questions answered.
4. You'll include this explanation.
5. You ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed. And it just keeps going, and going, and going (hopefully!).
The questions asked by eldrikke:
1) Name three colors that you like the most (or a group of colors).
*,*, and *.
2) If you could be a dragon-like creature of your own image for some time -- your wish coming true, if that's a wish you want -- what would you do?
Take the opportunity- after getting outside whatever building I happen to be in at the time. (A 25-foot-long lizard doesn't fit through most doors.) After that? Just fly around and get an aerial view on the world, in full control, on my own wings. And then buzz Tokyo.
3) When's the last time you visited your grandparents, and how did it go?
Two Sundays ago, and it went just fine. (Although "grandparent" singular may be the correct form; it was my grandfather and my step-grandmother. My grandfather on my father's side is my only surviving grandparent.) Any free food is always good.
4) What would you like to be when you grow up?
Unique. Less generally: A video game programmer who doubles as a voice actor and volunteers at the local science museum.
5) Who's the teacher that you hated the most?
Mrs. Gail Bush. My fourth grade science/english teacher, she assigned approximately 5 hours of homework per night (literally), berated students in front of class, was seriously bigoted against blacks and towards females, scrawled "YOU ARE STUPID" across tests more than once, and generally made me hate her and the subject of literature. And the "hate her" bit isn't the standard "I hate this class" thing which everybody gets and they're just frustrated by a teacher's style; this is the "I really hate her" sort of actual hatred.