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A nickname I have had: People either call me Miss July (which I even respond to these days) or Jemma. Well, the “Miss July” nickname is pretty obvious. My friends love calling me that. Then there’s Jemma. She’s my alter-ego and I tweet under her name.
The worst movie I have ever seen: The Hottie and the Nottie. Seriously? Do I need to elaborate. Paris Hilton got a Razzie award for this, no? Enough said.
I’m a nerd about: Blackberry anything! Apps, downloads etc. Also Monopoly rules. I know them by heart.
Please worship my: Brains. I’m a lot smarter than I am “hot.”
Try not to stare at my: Shoes. I know I have great taste.
I would rather have a root canal than: Throw out shoes.
Sex is: Like red wine. It gets better with age.
My greatest weakness: A man in uniform. I can’t contain myself.
If I was a Bond girl, my name would be: Jemma Bojinova, from Romania. Accent and all.
Food that turns me on: Chocolate. Hello!
I don’t understand why people think I’m: Famous.
Something cool about having boobs: I once got my car serviced for free.
I cried unnecessarily the day: I failed my drivers. For the 5th time. It helped getting me an early appointment though.
When I throw a party I make sure to have: A theme! I love themes!!
The funniest comedian is: Chris Rock. Love him!
People tell me I look like: Olivia Wilde. And it’s a massive compliment.
I’m too sexy for my: Ex-boyfriends.
I wish people would stop tweeting about their: Problems.
When I was 8 years old I thought I would be: A model or air hostess.
Stay out of my way when: I’m dealing with slow Internet services.
I’ll let you know I’m feeling frisky by: Showing a you a picture of my mood.
My super power: Seduction.
I am completely freaked out by: Heights.
The most unpleasant word or phrase in the English language is: Penis. I’m sorry, but it’s the whackest word.
A type of ladies’ underwear I don’t enjoy wearing is: Panties. Totally unsexy and uncomfortable. I go for hot pants or g-strings, if you must know.
I will never understand why men: Love sport so much! They’ll dedicate a weekend to it.
My most recent wardrobe malfunction was: A heel that broke off at the start of my day.
The most interesting compliment I ever got from a stranger is: I get so many messages, pick-up lines etc, but marriage proposals are the best. They crack me up because I’d joke and be like “sure, where’s the bling” and they’d actually get serious.
My secret weapon: My eyes. I have a stare.
If I were to go that way, my lesbian lover would be (and why): Megan Fox. Those lips!
Song I am most likely to play turned up to 11 (and why): “Scream” by Usher. Most people have a go-to thing. This is my go-to-the-dance-floor thing.
My backup career if this whole “being pretty” thing doesn’t work out (and why): Probably go into marketing or PR. I’ve learnt a lot from it in a short time.
Something my parents made me do that still traumatizes me today: Pick up dog poo!
Last time I ate way too much, and what it was: Last weekend I had chips, milkshakes, chocolates… gosh, way too many! I had a hangover. We all know how those go.
On the worst bender of my life, I was drinking: I’ve have these nights often, I’m not ashamed. Damn, we’re making memories! But one night we fell a sleep, or rather passed out, in the car in the queue of a McDonalds drive-through.
The best thing I learned from an ex-boyfriend was: It’s okay to put me first. And it pays to take some gambles in life.
The first time I can remember feeling sexy was: When I finally got a proper set of lingerie. It was my first padded bra and it was a pink lace set.