If you want me to interview you--post a comment that simply says, "Interview me." I'll respond with questions for you to take back to your own journal and answer as a post. Of course, they'll be different for each person since this is an interview and not a general survey. At the bottom of your post, after answering the Interviewer's questions, you ask if anyone wants to be interviewed. So it becomes your turn-- in the comments, you ask them any questions you have for them to take back to their journals and answer. And so it becomes the circle.
1) What would be your ideal daytrip be?
Theme park! Almost any theme park, really especially one I've not been to. With one or two friends who like the same kind of rides as I do - which is to say, most of them. (The rides, not the friends.) I adore theme parks and haven't been to one in nearly long enough. A situation which is going to be remedied for my birthday, yay!
2) You love your music, but if you could only save 3 songs out of your collection what would they be?
Oh god, three songs? Out of the literally thousands that I own? Meep.
I could change this answer a thousand times and never be happy with it, but. 'Torch' by Soft Cell. 'Tiger Tiger' by Duran Duran. 'Breath Of Life' by Erasure.
But only as long as I could then go out and start rebuilding my collection. Your question didn't specify desert islands or anything like that. ~g~
3) You've just found out that your favourite film is being remade, and they want you to star in it. Which film/character is it?
It's either Brian Slade in Velvet Goldmine, which is just a tad implausible, or Sarah in Labyrinth, which is much less so, since I spent quite a lot of my childhood playing that role anyway. :)
But I'd only agree to it if they promised to get the ending right this time...
4) What are your aspirations for the future? Where do you want to be in 10 years?
In ten years' time I want to be on stage, singing Duran Duran covers to a screaming, beautiful, perfectly-made-up audience of androgynous fans, young and old. My slightly more realistic aspirations for the future run along the 'go to music college, study classical singing, get into performing' line. But they still end with me becoming a star. ~g~
5) What is your fondest memory?
There are lots that might qualify if they weren't tempered with extreme sadness now. But one that isn't and that almost certainly wins is stalking to the corner shop after a truly horrific weekend, being hailed by someone behind me, turning round to tell them where to stick it and discovering that it was dennyd who'd stopped off 'on his way back' from Cheltenham to Milton Keynes, just to give me a hug.
Almost all my happy memories are more unhappy than happy. But not that one.
Though I tend to have a fondest memory of each particular person I know, and not just one general one, that's as near to answering your question as I can get.
Later : You kids do know what to expect if you ask me to interview you, right?