10 questions; Claire O'Connor, 23, lives in Kirkdale with her boyfriend and rabbits. She is an executive at Wilmslow-based PR agency Pazang.
Idea of happiness: Having nothing to worry about and everybody getting along.
Most memorable moment: New Year, 2005-06. My boyfriend was complaining that English people aren't as festive as the Scottish. I dared him to run in to the street wearing nothing but novelty sheep pants and a jester's hat. When he reached the end of the drive, I locked him out.
Ideal weekend: A long lie-in and then I'd play with my rabbits. I'd go for dinner to 60 Hope St, see a play at the Unity and end the evening with a few drinks in the Pilgrim. Sunday, I'd have a BBQ with my neighbours, Carl and Gina.
Biggest regret: Rarely engaging my brain before I speak.
Favourite film: Rear Window.
Best advice you've been given: You have to turn s-te into manure. It was my mother's Yorkshire way of telling me to learn from bad experiences.
Hero or heroine: Freddie Mercury - talk about presence.
What happens next: I believe in re-incarnation, so I don't think there necessarily is an "end".
Where will you be in ten years' time?: I'd like to think I'll have a few quid in my pocket - it's shallow, but if I'm not living on Lark Lane and driving a Beetle I'll be disappointed.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jul 14, 2007|
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