With Saint Patrick's Day (or World Drinking Day as it should probably be called) coming up on Saturday, we thought it would be pertinent to interview one of our O'Neill sister Northlings, Laura. What follows is the equivalent of Saint Paddy driving snakes from Ireland in the form of answers being driven from Laura's very incisive mind onto the pages of Instagram. Something like that. Enjoy, friends of North, to be sure to be sure.
Q: Are you a morning bird or a night owl?
A: I am definitely not a morning bird. I hate waking up in the morning. I'm a night owl, I guess. I hate the process of sleeping but when I'm sleeping I hate waking up.
Q: So you're more of an afternoon rodent?
A: Not a rodent! More like a relaxed dog in the afternoons.
Q: What’s the next thing you’re going to cross off your bucket list?
A: I think it would be starting ballet.
Q: Would you rather be hairy all over or completely bald?
A: Completely bald!
Q: Give us the insider-scoop: what’s the best way to press Nicole’s buttons?
A: Telling her she's grumpy - she hates that. Touching her in general - she always tells me to stop it, especially when we are at work. Not giving her what she wants, especially in terms of food.
Q: Give us one travel recommendation for Harare, Zimbabwe.
A: I just recently went back there, and I think a great place to go would be to Domboshawa. It's basically rolling hills of rock, and you can go see cave paintings.
Q: What did you do the last time that you were in trouble with your parents?
A: I honestly can't remember the last time they were angry at me. I'm the perfect child.
Q: If you weren’t a designer, what career would you be pursuing?
A: A dog whisperer. No, I'd like to work with nature somehow.
Q: If you had to lose one body part, which would you sacrifice?
A: Can I lose a finger? No? So a limb, then. Can I choose an ear? Yeah? Well, I wouldn't choose my ear anyway. I'd choose an arm. My left arm!
Q: What do you hope to bring to the North team? (Interview continues in the comments section...)