1. Do you play football yourself?
2. Why will you become an optician when you studied Economy like Adam Smith?
3. What did you see during your stay in Kraków?
4. How does it feel to be a major attraction of two chat threads?
5. Do you consider yourself happy or disappointed with your ACC 2008 run? Back in the past you campaigned for that so I gave you some votes, this is not because I don't like you or something, to clear the doubts.
6. If there's a major trolling thread you'd like to start in GM but your common sense says "there's a barrier" - what would it be about?
7. What is your favourite country you've seen so far other than Scotland? (RSA?
) Where would you like to go yet?
1. I do. I used to be a pretty good central midfielder but I got a lot of injuries, so I ended up as a keeper. Regained my fitness now so I play outfield in 5 a side matches, but I'm a keeper for an 11-a-side team.
2. Bah it wasn't easy to find a good job after uni. Most people here end up going into something completely unrelated to their degree nowadays. My stepdad owns the company so I started working just to keep me going until I found something better but I kind of enjoyed it so I've just stayed and am now training to be an optician.
3. Lots of empty pint glasses
I was in the main square quite a lot, also took a trip down to Wawel castle, the Jewish quarter and a few other bits and pieces.
4. Bad....I really should post less :retard:
5. Mixed opinions. I used to like going far because I enjoyed winding people up and if I got far it showed it was working. I don't tend to do that anymore (apart from the odd token Federer jokes), so I'd have been worried if I got too far. I wouldn't have wanted to win it, I leave that to the real arse clowns, eh Glenn?
6. Good question
I need to have a think about this and get back to you.
7. Hmmm. I loved South Africa, Cape Town is one of the nicest cities I've been for sure. New York was also great. Romania and Moldova was fun. I want to travel much more. South America is top of my list, then Australia/New Zealand.
how old do you feel like? older or younger than you really are?
I'm 24, maturity wise I'd say I feel about 15. But in most aspects I feel around 22/23.