Friday, August 30, 2013
Getting to Know You: Ned, the Fairy Godfather-in-training (played by Logan Lerman)
This questionnaire is for Ned – Fairy Godmothers, Inc. intern, Kate’s best friend, and a man who’s better with a happily-ever-after than he thinks he is 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?
Milk. My dad was a shoemaker, so he mostly left the family’s supply out for the helper elves. It was a real treat whenever we got some for ourselves.
What is one of your favorite quotes?
Make sure the lion doesn't find eating you easier than paying his debt. – the Wise Mouse
What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity?
Reading. I am a complete nerd, and I accept this about myself.
What chore do you absolutely hate doing?
Anything to do with company files. Fairy Godmothers, Inc. could go to a paperless office – the mirrors are all networked into the main system – but they keep the files so they can have something heavy to torture interns with.
What is your favorite form of exercise?
All interns are required to go running for 20 minutes a day, so the company won’t get held liable if we’re chased by something carnivorous before we’re a full employee. I don’t know if I really enjoy it, but I was surprised to find out that I’m pretty good at it.
What is your favorite time of day/day of the week/month of the year?
The weekends. It’s the only time of the week when Bubbles doesn't know or care where I am.
What’s your least favorite mode of transportation?
The official company transport doors. I've been practicing and practicing with them, but I still can’t quite get the aim right.
What is your favorite body part?
Whoever wrote these questions was completely running out of ideas by this point, weren't they?
What sound do you love?
Rellie’s laugh. Kate looks at me funny every time I say that, but it’s true.
(Note from Jenniffer: Rellie has a laugh that… well, the most polite way to put it is that it tends to make small forest creatures scatter. When we try to explain this to Ned, he gets this look on his face like he we’re speaking in a foreign language.)