Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - PEOPLE LIKE US - Evanna Lynch from ‘Harry Pot­ter’ stars in ‘Hou­dini’, Oc­to­ber 7-12, in the Gai­ety Theatre. Tick­ets from ¤17.50, tel: (0818) 719-388, or see www.gai­etythe­

The per­son:

My Leav­ing Cert art teacher

The mem­ory: The care­free pe­riod of my youth when I lived in to­tal con­fi­dence that I would grow up into a nice tabby cat

The mo­ment of the day: Lights out, be­fore sleep hits — the time to dream and med­i­tate and not worry

The song:

Alone Again (Nat­u­rally), by Gil­bert O’Sul­li­van

The movie:

La Fille Sur le Pont (The Girl on the Bridge)

The hero:

JK Rowl­ing; Michael Jack­son

The book:

Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov

The out­fit: A colour­ful pat­terned blouse, leg­gings, a blazer, bright ballet pumps, and, much to my room-mate’s amuse­ment, leg-warm­ers The A The pat­terned ac­ces­sory: gadget: scarf

My The elec­tronic pet hate: th­e­saurus Open dis­cus­sion of bod­ily func­tions/flu­ids/ weird sex­ual fetishes. No thank you

The beauty prod­uct:

Aveda Dam­age Rem­edy hair mask

The hol­i­day:

South of France, or a yoga re­treat to In­dia

The piece of ad­vice: “Stop think­ing” and “Swal­low the frog” (do first the thing you’re most dread­ing)

The drink:

Ap­ple and mango juice

The ho­tel:

It’s a se­cret

The bar: Wher­ever a makeshift dance­floor can be cre­ated af­ter the third round The friend: My best friend, Claire The hobby: Read­ing The celebrity: Brit­ney The part of my body: Shoul­ders The virtue: Cu­rios­ity and keep­ing an open mind The vice: On­line shop­ping, pick­ing spots The smell: My mum’s bak­ing The taste: Ba­nana milk­shake

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