1. As a rule I like brown eyes. Those deep, dark pools of the human soul always do it for me. However I really like green eyes. I find them to be beautiful and so unusual. If a man had green eyes, I’ll be up the aisle in no time. Those gleaming emerald eyes just make me swoon. Of course nothing beats somebody with hetrochromia in the unique stakes!
19. The most delicious food I ever ate was a a Victoria sponge with fresh strawberries. It was a late spring/early summers day and me and my grandmother on my mother’s side went to the park. I was about 17 at the time. My grandmammy baked the sponge herself (with the help of her servant of course) and had grown the strawberries on her estate. We sat in the sunshine and ate her sweet delights as afternoon tea. The cake and strawberries were incredible.
The cream in the sponge was so fresh and was like heaven to the taste buds while the strawberries were the perfect mix of sweetness and being a little bitter. With the picnic, sunshine and my large summer hat adorned with flowers, it was the picture of a typical outdoor teaparty.
42. As I grew up in a rich family swearing was not advisable at all, especially in front of your well-to-do parents. No, as a upper-class lady I was expected to behave as one and that meant refraining from such vulgar language and keeping the elegance of a dragonfly at all times, physically and personality-wise. To behave in another way was to behave like the common section of town.
Of course, I spent a lot of time in the more common areas with my friend Florence so their habits soon spread to me. I could drink anyone under the table and would swear if I felt it was necessary and nobody from my class was nearby. These habits have only been further exercised when visiting the pirates of the Carribean. I don’t tend to do it very much since I have a rather relaxed temperament and it takes a lot of flash photography or spitting on the part of a foolish mortal to rile me up enough to swear or act on my frustration.
50. Only 5? Okie dokie, here I go!
1. I feel the first awesome fact about me has to be the obvious fact that I am a deceased ghost who is hostess of a haunted mansion that doubles as one of Disney’s most loved and remembered attractions. How many people can say that after all?
2. I can speak a little bit of German. Guten tag. Ich heisse ‘Tess. Ich liebe mein pferd Orchid. Er ist sehr gross. Ghost Host ist sehr lustig aber manchmal launisch.
3. The outro spiel I say was actually something I made up on the spot one day. It was supposed to be longer and more wordy like Ghost Host’s intro. However that first day the hitchhiking Ghosts decided to make a bid for freedom meaning it was up to me to head them off and restrain them. After all that drama I had forgotten my words and made up something using whatever puns came into my head first. It was very well received and is the same thing you know and love today. You could say I am a genius!
4. Despite the strict regime my parents had and the moral outcry from society, I managed to live all 26 years of my life without giving in and rejecting my strong will in favour of accepting “my role to be a good wife and mother to a rich man”. When not having a mental episode, I was standing up for myself and living the outdoor life I wanted to live. I feel like that was an accomplishment for me.
3. Despite never being in love, I have had a brief passionate moment with somebody of both genders.
2. I have a highscore on all the Mario kart games. I am the undefeated lord and master (or should that be lady and Mistress) of the Mushroom Kingdom. Ghost Hostess, Queen of the Koopas, ruler of Rainbow road! I can and will proceed to destroy anybody who tries to beat me and take my crown. You have been warned.
1. I seem to have developed an ability to understand the language of Turkeys. My fondness for the feathered creatures came after I rescued one from a thanksgiving dinner being prepared by the pirates. Naming him Arnold and letting him roam the mansion graveyard, I realised that, unlike the other ghosts, I could understand what he was saying. Whether this is a gift or a curse is unknown.