Who is the best vampire?
I like pretty vampires. Like Damon Salvatore. Yum.
That would have to be the vamps in “What We Do in Shadows”, my fav vampire movie. It’s about a trio of old school vampires who share a flat in a city in modern times. Think Stoker meets Real World, it’s hilarious.
Count Von Count from Sesame Street, he is the one that got me started learning math and my road to being an actuary. Mostly because I terrified that he would attack me and drink my blood if I didn’t learn how to count.
I could try to geek out with sci-fi lit shout-outs but I’m going to go with Edward Cullen because Robert Pattinson. Schwing.
What is your Favorite Fall Fashion Statement?
Boots + Skinny jeans + scarf + flannel shirt + pumpkin spice donut in my hand
Big. Ass. Sweaters. The kind that are huge and poofy and cozy.
I am horrible with fashion but here goes… Dress warmer than you did during the summer.
I could no sooner choose a favorite star in the heavens. It’s easier for me to establish my LEAST favorite fall fashion, which would be Ugg boots.
Where is your dream vacation spot?
Well, I LOVED Punta Cana. It is my dream vacation spot until I find some place better. I think I would love Italy because it looks gorgeous and I love to eat Italian food.
I love the mountains, but I’d have to say, pretty much any where I can go swimming.
At this point a vacation in general would be nice. But I would like somewhere warm, in the sand next to a body of water and where waiters come to me to take my drink a food order. Honestly, next summer I’ll just park myself on north avenue beach and just hire a guy to go get me food and drinks all day and I will be set. Bonus points for it being a really cheap “vacation” since I don’t have to spend money on airfare.
The Aleutian Islands.
Do you think the John Wayne Gacy Room at Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare Haunted House is a little too close to home for Chicago?
Um, yes. That is absolutely petrifying and should never exist anywhere. Ever. Thanks for the nightmares tonight, JAT.
I think anything to do with clowns is to close for comfort, brrrr. Granted, Gacy is a thing that really happened, not just a “based on” like Texas Chainsaw Massacre or a completely fictional take, so maybe it’s not in the best taste.
Well I can see why people can be offended by it. It is a scary part of Chicago’s history, so it is applicable. I can’t handle haunted houses anyway, so I probably won’t be seeing it regardless.
Sure, but I also think Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare Haunted House is a little too close to home for me.