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Ask the person below you...

Post by Chantal » Wed Dec 12, 2007 7:51 pm

As it's been a bit quiet here lately I've stolen this idea from other forums in the hope it'll wake us all up! We might have even done it here before, I can't remember. Anyway, you answer the question posted by the previous person and then ask another question for the next person to post to answer.

Er, make sense??

I'll start...

What was your favourite playground game as a child?
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Post by Suika » Sun Dec 16, 2007 2:10 am

Chantal wrote:
What was your favourite playground game as a child?
I don't know what is the name, but it was the game where around 20 people would hold hands in a line, and run round school very fast, like human rollercoaster. The one person on the last end would often be thrown into walls or down to the ground at high speed, and many people in the middle have broke their shoulders. Is very good game for the young, a lot of fun, but I'm too old to have that fun now.

Question.
If you could play any music with any instrument, just for one night music concert, and if you could be at that concert on stage with any band;
which instrument would you play in which band?
The interview:
Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by String Bean Jean » Tue Dec 25, 2007 4:16 pm

Suika wrote:
Chantal wrote:
What was your favourite playground game as a child?
I don't know what is the name, but it was the game where around 20 people would hold hands in a line, and run round school very fast, like human rollercoaster. The one person on the last end would often be thrown into walls or down to the ground at high speed, and many people in the middle have broke their shoulders. Is very good game for the young, a lot of fun, but I'm too old to have that fun now.

Question.
If you could play any music with any instrument, just for one night music concert, and if you could be at that concert on stage with any band;
which instrument would you play in which band?
cotton eyed Joe, with the banjo, and the smiths (although I'd love to also steal Thom Yorke who could do the vocals)

If you were a brilliant assassin which annoying celebrity(ies) would you kill first and why (you can't not kill them)


and also, which forum did you steal this off?
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Post by Suika » Mon Dec 31, 2007 5:39 pm

50 Cent! :D I don't need give you reason for it, even police will sympathy me and understand.

What extreme situation would you like to survive? I was thinking of "what would I never like to do in life?" such as get caught in an avalanche, or fall headways into quick sand. If you could do something that would cause awful death, but survive it; what happening would you have?
The interview:
Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by String Bean Jean » Thu Jan 03, 2008 11:55 am

Suika wrote:50 Cent! :D I don't need give you reason for it, even police will sympathy me and understand.

What extreme situation would you like to survive? I was thinking of "what would I never like to do in life?" such as get caught in an avalanche, or fall headways into quick sand. If you could do something that would cause awful death, but survive it; what happening would you have?
you been watching this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9A2I-X7b-w
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Post by String Bean Jean » Thu Jan 10, 2008 8:26 pm

erase a year of memories from your mind, which year and why?
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Post by Suika » Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:27 am

You didn't answer the set question.
String Bean Jean wrote:erase a year of memories from your mind, which year and why?
1993 was the best year in human history. Without memory of it, the rest of the years would seem less disappointing.

Which Oobtube member or Ooberman band member would you take out and to which city in the world?
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Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by Sean » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:37 pm

Chem, I would take him to Siberia for a nice meal.

And then leave him there.


If you could be anybody in the world for one day only, who would you be?

And why, of course
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Post by Chantal » Sat Jan 19, 2008 10:14 am

I think I'd be George Bush, just so I could make him do really unexpected things and mess about with his policies and stuff. That would be rather fun.

Which is the best book you've ever read?
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Post by StefanC » Tue Jan 29, 2008 12:26 pm

Sandman in its entirety probably - great imagination.


Ok then...

Ideal scenario:

Where, when, doing what, listening to what and who with?

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Post by Chantal » Tue Feb 05, 2008 3:28 pm

Where

Anywhere there's a good sunset. One of my favourite ones was by the coast in Bar Harbour in Maine, so maybe there.

when

At sun down, obviously

doing what

Having a glass of red wine

listening to what

The ocean

and who with?

Someone who'd appreciate the sights and the company

Oh damn, I've got to think of another question now. Erm...
What's the strangest thing you've ever seen?
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Post by Sean » Wed Feb 06, 2008 11:21 pm

Easy, James Sui.


If you could make a guitar out of any food in the world, what would it be, why, and would you eat it if you were stranded in a wood at night and you'd had all the bugs etc and you were really hungry and your mum and dad aren't picking you up for another hour so you really can't wait?
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Post by String Bean Jean » Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:05 pm

Sean wrote:Easy, James Sui.


If you could make a guitar out of any food in the world, what would it be, why, and would you eat it if you were stranded in a wood at night and you'd had all the bugs etc and you were really hungry and your mum and dad aren't picking you up for another hour so you really can't wait?
fair trade dark vegan friendly chocolate
I can't play an instruments, so I'd see if there was a camera, and take a photo, and then, I'd eat it as I'm a veggie, I don't want to eat bugs!
+I who doesn't like chocolate?

If you were stranded on a tropical island for 5 years, and you could choose one celebrity to be with, would you pick one, and if so who and why?
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Post by Suika » Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:15 pm

Melanie Chisholm, if she still counts as a celebrity. I think 5 years is enough time to win her round.

Which piece of sports equipment would you use to trash your dad's car?
(javelin, cricket bat, snooker cue, golf club, etc)
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Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by William » Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:58 pm

I wouldn't. I like my dad, and his car.

Assuming that at times you waste time, how do you waste most of the time that you waste?

ps. i was going to have a guitar made from a watermelon as my answer to Seany's question, but i was too slow, and BB King beat me to it anyway.

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honey pie, i don't know when it started, just stop buying your albums from the supermarket. They only sell records that have charted.

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Post by Suika » Tue Feb 12, 2008 4:04 am

William wrote:I wouldn't. I like my dad, and his car.
ps. i was going to have a guitar made from a watermelon as my answer to Seany's question, but i was too slow, and BB King beat me to it anyway.
You know that my name Suika is Japanese word for watermelon? :D
The interview:
Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by William » Tue Feb 12, 2008 2:09 pm

no, i don't speak Japanese. anyway, you haven't answered the question :P
honey pie, i don't know when it started, just stop buying your albums from the supermarket. They only sell records that have charted.

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Post by Suika » Tue Feb 12, 2008 5:10 pm

I think all life is a waste of time. I waste time by living.
Because I have the new British Sea Power album, I will ask:

Do you like rock music?
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Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by William » Tue Feb 12, 2008 11:41 pm

not if by "rock music" you mean the new British Sea Power record.

What is the best hat you've ever owned?
honey pie, i don't know when it started, just stop buying your albums from the supermarket. They only sell records that have charted.

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Post by Chantal » Sun Feb 24, 2008 8:38 pm

I'm not big on hats generally - I don't think they suit me. I do have a Space (as in the band) beanie type hat that I'm rather fond of though :)

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