Saturday, March 24, 2018

The Proust Questionnaire # 37 : Mrs Atticus Phansa from Atticus Anonymous


Our WebWorld; a lot of us are spending a couple of minutes or hours everyday checking our favourite websites or blogs but who are behind them ? Most part of the time we dont really know. To find out what's going on behind the screen, I started a serie of portrait of the Men and Women who are making the blogosphere better, for this thirty-seventh Portrait, I asked my friend Atticus Phansa to go thru the Proust-Pivot-Lipton Questionnaire to let us know more about herself. Atticus Phansa aka Atticus Anonymous from Philadelphia is a Moto enthusiast and artist with blog and graphic work at Here are her answers.

What is your favorite word? 何ですか? (nandesuka?) Look it up, it’s fun to say.

What is your least favorite word?  Bukkake. If you don’t know what that is, don’t look it up around family or in public. I warned you.

What turns you on? Telling secrets under the covers with my legs tangled with that one person’s legs.

What turns you off? People who uses others for their own benefit.

What sound or noise do you love? Content sighs. Crackling firewood. And ocean or river water.

What sound or noise do you hate? Someone chewing on ice. Makes me cringe thinking about it.

What is your favorite curse word? Motherfucker. It’s a good one. You can use it to describe things, for example, “it hurt like a motherfucker.” Or a person, “That motherfucker.” Or an exclamation, “motherfucker!”

What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?  I feel like I everything dabble in everything. Really the question is, What am I doing right now to makes my life and other people’s lives better? And how can I do that if I’m not.

What profession would you not like to do? Cleaning Skyscrapers. No thanks.

If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates? 
You get to go back, fix your mistakes and learn new things—kind of like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Except a lifetime. 
See also : Paul D'Orleans from the Vintagent  
See also : Chris Hunter from the Bike Exif
See also : Nick Maggio from A Time To Get  

See also : Jeff Decker from the Hippodrome Studio
See also : Christophe Loiron From Mister Freedom  

See also : Jacqui Van Ham
See also : Steve Ducharme from Motorcycle Picture of the Day 

See also : Greg Williams from modernmotorcyclemechanics
See also : Matt Machine from machineshed.blogspot  

See also : Bob Tilton from Werk Crew
See also : Stephen Mitchell    

See also : Scott Hopkin from Pipeburn
See also : Trent Reker from Bikermetric    

See also : Pete Young from OcchioLungo 
See also : Frank Castrol from Big Bore Magazine  

See also : Thomas Beeskow from The Burrito Bros 
See also : Nicholas Biebuyck from Bonhams  

See also : Cindy Dulong from Fahion Serial Killer
See also : The Super Model Dji Dieng  

See also : Scott Toepfer from Its better in the Wind
See also : Tim McKenna    

See also : Alp & Jalika from Alp Concept Design 
See also : Mario Epanya from Mario Epanya Photography    

See also : Renee Gunter
See also : Anne Gaffié from L'Optimum Magazine    

See also : John Mellor's interview 
See also : Joe Hill

See also : Chuka Umunna 
See also : Kentaro Miyazaki  

See also : Jeannette Mekdara 
See also : Nolan Woodbury from Vintage Motorcycles online

See also : Cesar Thruxtonic Rufino from  Caféracer 351

See also : Laurent Dandy from the Dandy Riders Club

See also : Brian Awitan

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