1. If you had a garage band (any genre), what would it be called?
Thirty pounds of scissors. I remember someone saying it was a good name for a band before and it is.
2. Did you have an imaginary friend when you were young?
No, Yussie's only two years younger than me and we were always pretty close so between him and Bryon (who is eight years older)I never needed one.
3. Would you rather be famous and "sort of liked" by many people, or obscure and adored by few?
So basically would I want to be Shia LeBeof or whatever his name is or Christian Bale? Dude, obscure and adored, yo.
4. Is there one dish that you are really good at making? A mean PB&J sammich counts.
Tuna noodle casserole. It's the only thing I can cook but I'm good at it.
5. Do story ideas pop into your head fully formed, or do you have to suss them out over time with notes and little doodles?
Oh man, I wish they popped in fully-formed. I very rarely have that happen. My Untitled Wee!cest did that while I was taunting Mikhale on AIM. Dealing with Life (the Winchester Way) came out in one long shot while I was sitting in the library one day. Usually if something hits me full-formed it's less than five hundred words.
It's kinda funny how some of my stuff develops though. Twelve Times Dad Threatened to Turn The Car Around (And Three Times Dean Almost Rode In The Trunk) came completely from the title. I got that idea and then went through one by one. The scene with Lola the Meter Maid was the very first thing I wrote in This Is Ourselves (Under Pressure).
I tend to think in scenes, and my fics tend to spring from one or two scenes I have in mind.