A. World explorer, bee keeper, electrician, xylophone speller.
A. Dung beetle chef.
A. The school of hard knocks. I am morally opposed to formal schooling, as I find it difficult to learn in a tuxedo.
A. Given my infamous music allergies, I find this question insulting. I challenge you to a duel!
A. Roundhay Garden Scene, circa 1888.
A. I don't have time to watch TV – I'm late for my parachuting stuffing appointment!
A. Climb every mountain! But only at lunch time.
A. Laying on the pure white sands of the Volga, having narrowly avoided death by bull shark, yet still holding a backpack full of beef jerky.
A. Being eaten by a Bull Shark off the white sands of the Volga. Secondly, losing a backpack full of jerky.
A. Exactly where you are sitting right now, perhaps on your lap.
A. Alexander Pearce: farmer, cannibal, criminal. Except I have never farmed.
A. Charles. I forget his last name.
A. "My God, I'm being chased by a bull shark."
A. Alas, I should have packed her parachute more carefully. Forgive me, Caroline.
A. The ability to go back in time, and pack Caroline's parachute more carefully.
A. Did I mention avoiding bull shark bites while on the white sands of the Volga?
A. I'm allergic to music.
A. Despite my natural curiousness, no cats have died because of me. I hold the world record in pumpkin tossing. I have never sneezed.
A. I would be a rare fringe-limbed tree frog, for obvious reasons.
A. I walk mostly on stilts.
A. Abraham Lincoln (although many mistakingly think he was a real person).
A. Santa Claus. Again, for obvious reasons.
A. "I say, William Howard Taft, the 27th President of the United States, can I have your mustache for my mustache collection?"
A. I have not received proper credit for discovering the rare radioactive substance known as Fowlerite.
A. Exploring the Volga river; going bull shark hunting.
A. I sometimes profess to speak only Latin, to avoid conversations on ocean liners.
A. My ventriloquism talents; my ambidextrous nose; my supernatural ability to bend time and space.
A. Since I am allergic to music, I only rate songs based on how short they are. 1. The 1 Second Waltz 2. 2.3 Seconds of Trumpet Playing 3. Let's Count to 2! 4. Sing Along With the Man Who Doesn't Have a Mouth 5. Billy Burps
A. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Arthur Miller.Arthur C. ClarkeArthur Ashe.Marc Brown's AardvarkWait. Did you want my favorite Author or Arthur? Where did I put my monocles, anyway?
A. Of all time? From now until eternity? How should I know? Do I look like a time traveller to you?
A. In Search of Lost Time, which I've read 87 times.
A. Before you write a book, make sure you read at least two of them.
A. "Can I borrow $10?"