Please take a moment to introduce yourself
Thank You. I’m a swede currently living in Gothenburg. I like animals, some people and nature. I make my own food and my own music, but I rarely consume anything selfmade. It is unhealthy. I’m definitely more kind than anyone would think. There’s no one more clumsy than me. I’ll probably die from stupidity.
How large is your living space and how many people are you sharing it with?
I live in a large villa. I’m sharing it with approximately five other persons.
Which cities/countries have you lived in?
Björka City, Falun City, Göteborg, Norway City
Do your surroundings play a role inside your home? How does your city quarter influence your lifestyle?
No, I guess not. We do live in this idyllic quarter with lots of happy families and hobby gardeners. But we have created some kind of a cave out of our house. So anything outside don’t affect us.
What jobs have you had?
I’ve been a rider, a gambler, cleaning lady, barista and a slave.
Are you good at making things? Are you a handyman?
Yes, indeed. You just need the right tools and some tricks.
What do you cook for your best friends? What’s on your plate when you’re short on time?
I like sandwiches, that’s my favourite food. For a friend, I would make a vegetable soup. Mainly because I’m fond of using my blender.
Are surprise visits ok?
Yes of course!
Do you ask guests to take off their shoes?
In Sweden everyone does it automatically.
How would you describe your decorating style?
Quite shabby. And definitely not stylistically correct. When you’re poor and lonely you just have to take what you get.
Aside from your bed, what’s your favorite spot at home?
My piano and the couch.
Which spot do you prefer not to show, and why?
Actually there’s no place I wouldn’t show.
What’s your favorite piece of furniture at home?
The piano is definitely my favourite.
Tell us about your latest unnecessary purchase
An old candlestick and a real old trunk. I bought it because I felt sorry for them.
So, what’s definitely still missing within your walls?
An Orchestra and MarioCart ’64.
What question have you always wanted to be asked? How would you answer it?
When you are a kid in Sweden you always need to be prepared to go out for a walk and answer questions. In Sweden we call it “tipspromenad” – (tip-walk). Well there was this question that you got every single time, and no matter what, you always kept forgetting about the right answer. Now, I felt I finally got the chance for revenge. The question was “How many legs does a spider have?” To be honest, I still keep forgetting. Luckily, there’s Internet nowadays. The answer is: eight. Thank you.
Hajen braucht Unterstützung
Um genau zu sein, nicht nur Hajen, sondern auch Susanna, die man unter dem Namen Winter Took His Life und von gemeinsamen Touren mit Björn Kleinhenz kennen könnte.
Sie planen eine Tour für Mai, bei der sie zu viert als Band auftreten möchten:
“To do this we would need food, drinks and a place to sleep for four people (nothing fancy) and money to cover gas and such (which would be a minimum of 200 euros). “
Eine klasse Chance, tolle Künstler zu supporten. Wenn ihr eine Möglichkeit seht, die Bands bei euch spielen zu lassen, findet ihr hier weitere Infos.
28. January 2009