Three people I would love to invite to dinner: John Howard, Father Chris Riley and Bill Gates, all have done a lot for the under-privileged.
The best advice I ever received: “Work hard and be honest”.
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The most amazing thing I’ve ever done: Migrate to the lucky country, Australia.
If I was down to my last $10 I would spend it on: Food for the family.
My greatest fear is: Water — I can’t swim.
My fantasy job is: Ninja.
If I could have a super power it would be: To make sure nobody goes hungry.
My favourite phrase is . . . “When things go wrong, breathe in and breathe out”.
If I could travel back in time, I would love to meet: Johnny Cash.
My hidden talent is: Jack-of-all-trades.
I will never throw out: My Australian Hairdressing Championship trophy.
I’m always being asked: “What can you do with my hair?”
What people may not know about me is: That I’m right and perfect all the time.
I wish I hadn’t: Become a chef, so people would invite me for dinner.
My earliest memory is: Getting electrocuted and coming back to life after seeing heaven at age 10.
True love is… My Family.
My last meal would be: Pasta.
My first car was: Morris 1000.
My most embarrassing moment was… Dressing up for a Lion fundraising in a woman teddy bear.
Wierdest thing in my glovebox: Phone charger and my Lions badge.
My biggest fashion faux pas was: A safari suit.
On my bedside table is: My phone.
People say I look like: My Brother.
A movie I think everyone should see:Calamity Jane
In the future… I want to travel around Australia and be a Grey Nomad.
Favourite book as a child: Italian History.
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