Tagged by my forever bae @thefairfleming. The rules are to list your top ten of historical faves then use a random numbering site for which one you’ll wind up meeting and what you’d ask them.
I am playing a bit fast and loose with the meaning of “historical” here. Like, anyone who’s dead, that’s who I’m going with. I am also playing a bit fast and loose with the meaning of “fave” and going more with “people who occurred to me because this is hard to come up with on the spot.”
- Eleanor of Aquitaine
- Shirley Chisholm
- Rodgers & Hammerstein (they count as one, okay?)
- John Steinbeck
- Le Corbusier
- Roald Dahl
- Margaret Sanger (I realize this is controversial, don’t @ me)
- Matthew Brady
- Jim Henson
I appropriately got #10, Jim Henson, from a number generator, and I would basically ask him to DO ALL THE VOICES AS THEY WERE MEANT TO BE DONE PLEASE, and also ask him where Scooter’s eyes go when he takes off his glasses.