Q: What's your full name and what is it's meaning? Garrick (pronounced as GER-rick) Calhoun Sam-Edward Oxenbridge Soutwick. Each name was a grandfather's first name except, "Sam." She was my wife. Q: Where is your favorite place and what memories made it that certain place? Seclusion, being alone. This world has forsook every pleasure and loved one I knew. Alone must be the objective.Q: Was there a time period in your past that you regret? If so, do you like to talk about it? (Explain the event/what happened) Yes. Now, be gone! Get lost! Scum! *Regales* If I am to think about my dead wife - Samantha, my murdered mother and the abuse for a crime of being a son, then I will do so. I'll speak until my tongue aches but you must be a carcass, for your mouth cannot talk back and deliver further memories.Q: What is one personality trait of your's that you cherish and why? Solitude. If you do not know, then you are stupid.Q: If you could go back in time to redo anything of your choice, what would it be? (Has to be different from the regretful experience) Three things. Kill Papa. Kill the murderer of my mother and ... my wife... Her... Leave... Go.Q: Who's your favorite individual and why? He might be the one person that has not been outright judgemental, hateful to me and my looks, my scars, especially the slice down the center of my tongue. A Samuel Garrison. Q: If two trains are heading towards each other on the same track, one is traveling at a constant speed of 65 mph, the other at a constant 34 mph, how long will it take you to figure out what the heck I'm talking about? (Garrick cannot answer this question. He's from the 1700s. XD)Q: Do you feel guilty if you cry in public? Why?Q: Do you think crying is a sign of weakness? I hate you. *sneers*Q: Do you tend to brood about things which make you angry? ...yes.Q: Do you enjoy physical signs of affection? Do I sound affectionate? Good. Move along! Go!Q: Can you remember when you last really laughed and enjoyed yourself? *loads firelock* You have been warned repeatedly. *aims for the skull*Q: Do Q&A's bore you?
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