Q: What is your motto?
Q: Which fictional character would you most like to date?
Q: Who is your hero?
A: That guy with the golden voice—this guy who was homeless but he has this amazing radio voice.
Q: Batman or Superman?
Q: What is your lucky charm?
A: My “rage” shirt. The one that says “rage” on it.
Q: If you could say one thing to Kim Kardashian, what would it be?
A: “Take me.”
Q: Yams or Sweet Potatoes? (They’re different)
A: Neither. I stick with potatoes.
Q: What word or expression do you most overuse?
Q: Describe your favourite article of clothing.
A: I have a tank top from this new Montreal-based company that’s called “Cure,” and it has brass knuckles on it, and it says “Wisdom is Power.”
Q: Kris Humphries or Lamar Odom?
A: I don’t know either one of those people.
Q: Name one song that takes you back to O-week of first year.
A: Take Over Control – Afrojack
Q: Which historical figure would you most want to have a beer with?
A: Alexander the Great
Q: What’s your least favourite sound in the world?
A: “It’s ok, it happens to everyone”
Q: Jay Leno or Conan O’Brien?
A: Conan. [Forget] Jay Leno.
Q: What’s the last song you remember listening to?
A: Mykonos – Fleet Foxes.
Q: How many times have you had poutine since you’ve moved to Montreal?
A: Like, 15.
Q: Michael Jackson or Michael Jordan?
Q: Rank the Harry Potter books from best to worst.
A: 4, 2, 3, 1—haven’t read the other three.
Q: Describe Montreal in three words.
A: For the taking.
Q: James Franco or Dave Franco?
A: James Franco.
Q: Sports Illustrated or Cosmo?
A: Sports Illustrated.
Q: If you were a Crayola crayon, what colour would you be?
A: Royal Purple.
Q: What’s the first thing you think of when I say Thanksgiving?
A: My birthday.
Q: Who would play you in the movie of your life?
A: Nicholas Cage.
Q: Why are you an asset to McGill?
A: I’m a beatboxer for an a capella group, and I try and get involved in engineering events. I make cool music on the street, drumming and such on buckets and pans, and I bring the energy. I am the energy.