The Pixie Sparkle Interview
By Veela

1. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
I'd give myself will power. I have practically none, and I know that with it I could do a lot more with school, the gym, and everything else.
2. What is the worst lie you have ever told a guy?
I have told many, many lies. I don't think they were all that bad though. I've lied about my name, age, phone number, whether or not I'm single, etc. Nothing really major...
3. Have you ever disappointed your parents?
Yep, once when I was in grade six or seven... I stole something right after Christmas (I think it was make-up) and got caught. I've never felt so bad in my life. Since then, I've tried really hard not to disappoint them. I can still picture the look on their faces when they told me how disappointed they were, and I never want to see that look again.
4. Describe your dream man.
Ambitious, intelligent, funny, nice and attractive. And a bit cocky. I need to find someone who gets me, and who I don't have to do the whole "Runaway Bride" thing with (I think I sometimes change myself unconsciously to make things work, to make them think that things are better then they really are.)
5. Who would play you in a movie about your life?
All of the stars are so beautiful that any answer I give will sound cocky as hell... But I'm going to go with Demi Moore, and not because she is sleeping with Kelso, but because she seems like a strong independant woman who does what she wants, and that's what I aspire to.

BONUS: Why is Veela so gosh-darn perfect?
To begin with, Veela is a great person. Funny, nice, and very considerate of others... Then she took a hip hop dance class. And once you can do the shoulder bop and the body roll, you are about as close to perfect as one can be in this life.

Are you up for the challenge?

1) Leave a comment if you want to be interviewed.
2) I will respond; I’ll ask you five questions.
3) You’ll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4) You’ll include this explanation.
5) You’ll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.


I went to see Sexual Perversity in Chicago last night at the Basement Theatre of the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John's. It's playing again tonight at 8 p.m., and if you are in the city looking for something to do, I strongly recommend this play. Even if you have something to do, I suggest cancelling your plans and going to see this. As you can guess from the title, there are 'mature themes' ... not for the easily offended. But it is just hilarious. Go See It!


I'm back in Newfoundland, and I've discovered what it is I love about this place. The terms of endearment. Stopping at the grocery store, I was called "m'love" three times (I counted). Then I had the following exchange with a gas station attendant when I stopped to get gas:

Gas station attendant: "Hello m'darlin', how are you tonight?"
Me: Pretty good, and yourself?
GSA: Well dear, I'd be better if I could hop in that car with you and drive away
Me: Sorry darlin', maybe next time.
GSA Friends: My god [insert name here]! You're so brazen!

SEE! When I'm here I even do it! I also like that young people use the word brazen. The people here are just so friendly. Its commonplace to have conversations with strangers. In other conversations with strangers news ... While I was waiting for my cab to the airport outside my apartment building, a lovely old lady stopped to chat. She told my roommate and I about her arthritis and about another lady in the building (who was only in her 50s) who recently met a nice man. When asked how she met this man, the woman replied 'the internet'... So the other old lady confided in my roommate and I that her husband had died about seven years before so she is gonna get herself an internet. Then she laughed girlishly and went inside. It positively made my morning.


Trying something new.... 'Friday Five'. This site lists five new questions every Friday to answer on your website. The questions this week kinda suck, but whatever....

1. How much time do you spend online each day?
Far too much. My computer is always online in my room, and I'm always checking my email/chatting. Probably a few hours a day.
2. What is your browser homepage set to?
yahoo.ca, because they host my email account.
3. Do you use any instant messaging programs? If so, which one(s)?
I am ADDICTED to instant messenger programs. I use MSN, ICQ and AOL, but MSN is my favourite.
4. Where was your first webpage located?
I think I had one at AngelFire when I was about 13, but it didn't last at all.
5. How long have you had your current website?
Since mid/late March I guess. And I blame Static for getting me involved with the whole thing. He's just such a trendsetter!


What threat am I to the bush administration? I'm Morally Deficient. I couldn't have hoped for better!

morally deficient
Threat rating: Medium. Your total lack of decent
family values makes you dangerous, but we can
count on some right wing nutter blowing you up
if you become too high profile.

What threat to the Bush administration are you?
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I get to go home in 5 days. The things I'm looking forward to at home include:

>> My parent's book collection
>> Home cooked meals
>> Driving
>> The lookout
>> George Street
>> Walking the new puppy
>> Not doing my own laundry
>> Seeing people I haven't seen in forever
>> Daytime movies
>> T.C. Square
>> Swimming at the turnhole/redrocks

I'm sure once I get home, I'll be able to think of a list of things that I don't enjoy, but for now I can't even think of one. 5 more sleeps...

I must admit, I have often wondered .... Do Penis Enlargement Pills Work? One man's tale of science and his penis. tee hee


Just changed the brief details on the right of my blog. Now it's 21.f

I can drink in America!



No more class this summer!

Now the fun can start.

... Apparently, this is my love story. One of my favourite movies, but I don't think that I'm in love with my best friend.

when harry met sally
Everyone remembers the 'faked-orgasm-in-a-deli'
sequence from your kind of movie When Harry Met
Sally. It seems that you're falling for a buddy
or have already fallen for them. Uh-oh. You're
probably caught between the possibility of
having a great relationship and wrecking the
one you have now. You know what they say, it's
better to regret something you did than
something you didn't do.

What Romance Movie Best Represents Your Love Life?
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Almost forgot .... Happy Birthday shout-out to my most favourite cousin who almost shares my birthday.

Happy 16th Kas!

Enjoy it ... I sure did!

You're a beautiful, smart, funny, intelligent fun girl who deserves nothing but the best. I hope that you get all you wish for and more.

I like to think that my babysitting influence is part of the reason why you're so wonderful, but I somehow doubt it though... you're much smarter then I am!

Soon I'll be home, and we'll do something fun to celebrate the milestones (16 and 21... yeeish, we're old)

Lots of love!


My apartment gets very very creaky when I'm home alone, and I don't like it at all.

Could this place be haunted?

Evidence to support my case:
>> Regularly, my door opens with no one on the other side (usually at the most inopportune times - i.e., just as I'm changing, just as I've crawled in bed, etc).

>> Noises come from the bathroom at my end of the hall like someone is moving around in there, even when I'm home alone and can see that the door is open and no one is in there.

>> I'm constantly walking to the other end of the apartment because I think I hear someone come in, but no one is ever there.

Am I paranoid? Or is there a reason this beautiful apartment was available?

Ah damn... Now I've scared myself. This almost makes me miss the good ol' days of drug busts in the ghetto. Must go watch TV until the fear of elderly ghosts subsides.

In the meantime, if you know the number for the local GhostBusters chapter, please feel free to leave it in the comment section.


This is by far the favourite search I've seen that leads to my page -- "Lecherous dating behaviour".


When you search Google, I'm the 6th response to come up.

I rock.

Paul Walker is off the list. Replace him with Colin Farrell, LL Cool J, and Samuel L. Jackson.

I just saw S.W.A.T.


I didn't realised how attached I was to Jenn Lindley until she died. I always thought she was somewhat annoying and needy. But after I found out she was dying, I realised how much I enjoyed her. It was so sad seeing her in the hospital bed, being so brave. Jenn and I were alike in a lot of ways. I'll miss her.

Okay, I know its about three months late, but I've only just now watched the series finale of Dawsons Creek. I'm gonna miss that show. I remember watching it in my high school cafeteria during basketball games (while supposedly cheerleading in the gym, Stephanie Reynolds and I would leave to find out what was going on in Capeside), and I've loved seeing all the reruns on TBS.

I need a new teen drama to fill the void. I hope The O.C. is up to the challenge

[ed. note: yes, I am aware of the fact that I am a geek.]


[Before I post what I intended to post... Let me just say that Jamie Lee Curtis is acting like she is on crack on Leno tonight]
Taking a page out of Brother's book, I decided to find out what type I am, and what type I am attracted to. It turns out:
I'm 'The Girl Next Door'
Cute, fun, and sweet, you're Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Aniston, and Meg Ryan all rolled up into one — the perfect Girl Next Door. Naturally pretty, unpretentious, and generous, you demand your share of respect, but you aren't particularly high-maintenance. What's your ideal date? Probably a Blockbuster night — you don't mind skipping an evening on the town if it means getting some old-fashioned snuggling on the sofa. Careful yet spontaneous, you're a little bit of the Guy's Girl, a smidge of Sorority Sister (the nice kind), and just a hint of the Hippie Chick. But you've got an appeal that's all your own, which is why the guys can't stay away. People are attracted to your strong values and traditional ways. Your winning smile, bright eyes, and loving nature will make anyone want to hold on tight and never let go.
And I'm attracted to:
'The Preppy'
If he's conservative, friendly, and clean-cut, he's just your type! You fall hard and fast for the Preppy guy. Whether it's because of his handsome appearance or his impeccable hygiene, this guy's a safe bet! He's fun and social without being immature or wild. Your guy's refined, runs with a cool crowd, and has a little cockiness thrown in for good measure. This Yuppie male is always put together well. He's just cool, calm, and collected. Another quality that draws you to him is his ambition. He aims for success and follows whatever path will lead him there. You respect how he always makes time for hisfriends and has a tendency to be a little goofy. With this cheeky,well-groomed guy, you can rest assured that you'll live the American dream!


Maggie ... One of the smartest, funnest, coolest girls I know has become a blogger. Friends since forever, it's scary how our minds work together. We share passions for Christina Rossetti and chicken soup. Our lives have weird parallels, and we both struggle with the same problems (webs and webmasters - among other things)... We laugh and cry at the same things, and she's always been there, always knows just what to say... No one else understands the need for journals and writing, fun-dip and Burry Heights, green sunchips and the lookout, Fabio and the importance of faeries (frizzy or titania... it's all the same)
"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves"

I'd like to make something clear.

Many people have been doubting my cooking abilities as of late.

I'd like to let these people know that I can cook, I just usually choose NOT to cook.

There is a difference.


Last night before I fell asleep, I was flipping through the channels and I saw a preview for Jason vs. Freddy. I was terrified. As a child, my brother had a Freddy poster in his room and I was afraid to look at it. It just scared the b'jesus out of me. As I continued to channel surf, I found the tv show 'Unsolved Mysteries' and it terrified me almost as much as the movie preview. When I was little, I always watched that show with my parents, and was always frightened to death.

So it turns out that my childhood fears didn't quite fade away with age. I ended up staying awake until about 3, until I could fall asleep without thinking of Freddy or hearing the theme music from Unsolved Mysteries.

I know, I'm a geek.

Do you know what's nice? When a guy gets your number, says he'll call, and actually does call.
Do you know what isn't so nice? When a guy gets your number, says he'll call, and actually does call - at 5 A.M.


Do you know what made my Saturday night?
You might think that as a young single university student it involved drinking and dancing and rowdy behaviour.
Not so.
I went grocery shopping, and I found tea biscuits in the bakery section.
I've been looking for tea biscuits since I left Ontario. I can't wait to wake up tomorrow and have one with some hot chocolate. Yum!

To the person who found my site by searching for 'PixieSparkle' in the UK. Are you a cute heterosexual male over the age of 21? If yes, send me your picture please.

To the person who found my site by searching for 'pictures looking down your shirt'. There will be none of that here. No pictures, please.