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FridayQ: Trust

This has been a very long week, and next week promises to be very hard too…

FQ1: Who is an actor or director you trust to always make a good film? What is it about their previous works that make you trust them?

I’m not really into films that much. I like the work of Mel Brooks (I recently bought Robin Hood – Men In Tights on DVD), along with the Pixar films. I like them because they’re consistently good – Mel Brooks’ films are hilarious, Pixar’s have good storylines.

FQ2: Where is a place you trust to always make a good food? What is it about their previous culinary creations that make you trust them?

I don’t have a huge amount of loyalty to any one food outlet – being a student I don’t really have enough money to eat out regularly. That said, Bibi’s in Leeds is well worth going to for very nice food.

FQ3: What’s a company you trust to always make a good product? What is it about their previous stuff that make you trust them?

I have a feeling that Dave will give the same answer as me, but it probably would be Apple. Having actually owned a piece of Apple hardware I’ve become to respct their products more and am really keen to get my hands on Mac at some point in the near future (probably this summer).

FQ YOU: What is something you do so well that people can absolutely trust you with it? What’s something that people should never trust you with?

I seem to be trusted with my photography quite a bit, which is good because I enjoy doing it. But you should never trust me with boring tasks that require lots of effort as I’ll probably never get around to them…

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