Which side of the bed do you sleep on?
At home, always on the right side. When I’m on holidays, I can sleep on both.
Can you take a pill without water?
How do you open sealed envelopes?
I usually open them at the sides but tear the contents because I don’t know how to do it properly.
In a supermarket, do you search for items in the back and look for the expiration date?
Yes. I’m really obsessed with that.
Do you enjoy chewing ice?
Do you bite pens and pencils?
Do you change the hour of your clock so as not to be late?
Of course I do, I’m a Capricorn. I’ve turned my bedroom clock back ten minutes.
If you could eat anything, what would you eat?
How long do you need after you wake up in order to leave your house?
An hour. I can’t go out without having breakfast and I can’t be in a hurry.
Do you believe in life after death?
Yes, but not as such. I believe in changing states (or something like that).
What is your earliest memory?
I was at the beach with a friend and it started raining. We went to a café with her father and watched ET on TV.
Which historical ﬁgure would you like to take out, and what would you like to show them?
I would take Freud to watch a film by David Lynch.
What came ﬁrst, the chicken or the egg?
The chicken, no, the egg, no the chicken…
Were you a popular child?
No, I was a nerd. But among the nerds, I was the leader.
What’s the meaning of life?
Coming out of your shell.
Who was the ﬁrst cultural ﬁgure to inﬂuence you?
Why do you do what you do?
Because I couldn’t do anything else.
If a tree falls down in the woods but no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
Yes. I guess so.
What is your most marked characteristic?
What is sexy?
People who laugh with their whole face.
What’s your favourite sound?
Rain falling on the roof. The sea. A waterfall. All the things related to water.
What would you like to learn?
I would like to learn programming.
Which book do you keep returning too?
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark.
Which Friends character are you?
Who’s your favorite Beatle?
Sometimes George, sometimes, John.
What would you do if money wasn’t a problem?
I would attend lots of courses. And travel more often.
Is life serious?
Yes. Serious enough.