|Do not cross this fairy. She will cut you.|
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Getting to Know You: Bubbles, the Scary Godmother (played by Judi Dench)
This questionnaire is for Bubbles, Kate’s boss and the most terrifying Fairy Godmother you’ll ever meet. As always, I stuck to the same questions for the sake of fairness (which I borrowed from http://www.humorthatworks.com/how-to/50-questions-to-get-to-know-someone/).
What was your favorite food when you were a child?
Oatmeal. It’s very efficient, and I didn’t have to bother with all that sugary nonsense that my parents were always trying to assault me with.
What is one of your favorite quotes?
“It is much safer to be feared than loved because ...love is preserved by the link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of punishment which never fails.”
― Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince
What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity?
Writing reports to my supervisors that make it clear what an asset I am to the company.
What chore do you absolutely hate doing?
Dealing with idiots. Unfortunately, that has become one of my primary job duties over the last few years.
What is your favorite form of exercise?
Mental exercise is the only kind of exercise that matters. As long as you’re not obese enough to be an embarrassment to the company, doing things like jogging around in circles is simply a waste of time.
What is your favorite time of day/day of the week/month of the year?
After the employees have left for the day. As I rarely go home myself, I consider that to be my private time.
What’s your least favorite mode of transportation?
The only transportation I find acceptable are Fairy Godmothers, Inc.-approved transport doors. With anything else, I’m forced to rely on someone other than myself to get where I’m going. There’s no way to be certain they’ll do their job competently.
What is your favorite body part?
I once incapacitated a man using only my elbow.
What sound do you love?
Silence. It means all of my employees are out in the field earning the company money, and I have the opportunity to get some necessary paperwork done.