Madison Feller is a junior at Mizzou. She’s studying magazine journalism and minoring in business and computer science. (Girls who code >>>, amirite?).
Madi chose to answer 15 of the possible 30 questions because she’s a slacker and does the bare-minimum. (Only joking. She’s a hard worker.)
1. What was the last picture you took with your phone?
It’s a picture of Colette (Rector) standing next to Thom (Dixon) while he’s making dinner. Group date night, ya know?
2. Have you ever been pulled over by a cop?
Nope. But that’s probably because I never drive.
3. What was the last lie you told?
I couldn’t even tell you. I’m a fan of the white lie. I’m trying to be better about it, though.
4. Do you trust anyone with your life?
Yes, multiple people.
5. What was your first thought when you woke up this morning?
“Man, my bed is so comfortable.”
6. Would you be willing to eat a bowl of crickets for money?
It depends how much money, but I wouldn’t be opposed. #addictedtothemoney
7. If you could have anyone locked in a room so you could torment them for a day, whom would you choose and how would you torment them?
Shelby because I love her and I would torment her with LOTS OF HUGS! I would also make her watch lots of Broadway videos on YouTube, but that would be okay because she not-so-secretly loves it.
8. Who was the last person you sang to and what did you sing?
I lip-sync sang to Peter LeGrand in the J-Cafe on Thursday, and I was singing “The Kids Aren’t Alright” by Fall Out Boy.
9. What question do you hate being asked?
“Will there even be magazines around when you graduate?”
10. Are you still learning who you are?
I think I know who I am, but at the same time, I don’t think you ever stop growing as a person. There’s always more to learn.
11. What’re you afraid of?
I’m very afraid of losing my memory.
12. Do you dance?
As much as I possibly can.
13. What’s the weirdest thing about you?
This makes more sense if you know me, but I think the weirdest thing about me is that I find it really hard to be 100 percent open and honest with people. Verbally telling someone how much I love them is really intimidating to me, and I don’t think I’ve ever actually done it before.
14. What’s a skill you’d like to learn and why?
Physically, I’d like to learn how to rock climb. Cerebrally, I’d like to learn how to program 3D graphics.
15. How would your friends describe you?
Madi then took advantage of the five questions opportunity, and so from me:
1. Where are you from?
She knows I hate this question. So, I was born in Phoenix. I’ve moved all over. I do not like where my family currently lives, and so I don’t really have a place I’m “from.”
2. How many sweaters do you own?
3. If you could relive one day of your life, what would it be?
There was a day last semester I spent in Zadar, Croatia and it was absolutely incredible. I took a nap by a natural sea organ, stared out at beautiful blue ocean water, jumped off a cliff in my underwear, and explored the wonderful city.
4. What do you value most in a friendship?
Loyalty. Loyalty is incredibly important to me.
5. What’s your love language? (I’m asking because I think Shelby is the only person I know who has this particular love language.)
I often show love to people by giving/bringing them little surprises like coffee, tea, their favorite snack, etc.– just something small if I know they’ve had a merp kind of day.
Coming next week: the dear Thomas Dixon (seen in Madi’s last picture taken on her phone).