Dougie from Mc Fly or Jude Law would also be quite nice." Best Halloween costume: "I've always wanted to go to a fancy dress party as the pink power ranger." Karaoke song: "I successfully squealed my way through Macy Gray's 'I Try' at abottomless brunch karaoke the other weekend..." Surprising fact: "I’ve worked abroad full time for two years, one in Paris and the other in America, which could be kind of surprising as I suppose I'm still fairly young." Life goals: "To build my own cushion/textile brand, and be happy." Favourite food: "Pizza and watermelon (... Surprising fact: "I'm a published theatre critic and professionally certified massage therapist." Book of the moment: "Universal: A Journey Through the Cosmos" by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw. " Dream dinner guest: "Grandparents I never met." Karaoke song: Tracy Chapman — "Give me one reason." Surprising fact: "I have a super-extending long neck." Book of the moment: "East End Chronicles" by Ed Glinert. " Dream vacation: "I really want to do the Virgin Galactic space flight when it opens up to thepublic." Job: Junior Assistant Buyer. he wasn't the one." Dream dinner guest: "My dad, because there's no faffing when the waiter asks if you want dessert — cheesecake for two, yes please. Surprising fact: "That I speak four languages." Favourite food: Seafood. Better yet, I have done eight marathons." Book of the moment: "The Economist consumes most of my free time." Dostoyevsky's 'Brothers Karamazov' is still to be finished (I am somewhere in the middle ofthe book.)" Life goals: "To become a full-fledged professor and/or start my own boutique consulting firm in international development." Favourite food: "Spanish tapas or Greek mezedes, preferably enjoyed on a sunny Mediterranean day with a nice glass of dry white wine." Job: Global Business Development, American Express (Global Commercial Payments). For the more adventurous type, an escape room, so as impress each other with our intellectual out-of-the-box thinking and poise under pressure (while having adrenaline-charged fun)." Dream vacation: "Trekking, camping and canoeing through the Brazilian Amazon." Dream dinner guest: Leonardo da Vinci. Surprising fact: "I lived in Vietnam for six months." Book of the moment: "A book about animal behaviour." Life goals: "To continue working with animals." Job: Makeup artist. Anything but sitting across the table interview-style." Strangest date location: "In Gothenburg after flying out there to see my ex, him not wanting to see me, so going on a Happn date with a very attractive Swedish man." Dream vacation: "12 months of world travel or camper van-ing around Italy on a cookerytour." Song of the moment: IDER — "Pulse." Dream holiday: "Seeing my parents in Tel Aviv! See more » : I broke up with someone recently: Jennifer, my last girlfriend. She just stared at me with that look: How can you pass me up? See more » Having lived in Seattle during the years of my life most of the characters are in this movie, I was able to relate to this movie.
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