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Bullied, mainly. Life gets much better.
Moby Dick… I would use it to capture a whale and gain my freedom.
Thanks to stories – books – I’ve never felt alone, and rarely bored. They have inspired me to travel the world, to talk to people about their lives and tell their stories. Stories have given me a great life.
I was quite brainy, not super-brainy. Not exactly sporty. A dreamer and schemer, happiest alone in my bedroom, drawing cartoons, writing song lyrics, reading books, listening to music.
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark, a really short, clever, tragic and funny novel about Edinburgh, schooldays, and growing up.
I think it’s a shame we’re not more creative and don’t use our imaginations more – the human imagination is a super power all on its own – it can invent universes, and take each and every one of us through time and space.
Oh God, what a first question! Hopefully I was nice! I worked very hard in class and was pretty obsessed with sports. Bit of a geek I guess. Had lovely friends, liked house parties, enjoyed the one shit local club we went to a lot…and maths. I liked maths a lot too. I’ve got nothing bad to say about school really. I liked it. It did me well. I’ve a lot of great friends still from school.
Depends ey – on their tiredness levels, if one of them was ill, what they’d eaten, how they were feeling emotionally that day. It’s not a question answered so easily as that. I’ve seen spiderwpman help out spiderman a lot. Not sure Batman’s to such a good helper.
The fact that it’s fun, helpful and kind; which are pretty much my only wishes for life.