The Good Natured
is the stage name by Sarah McIntosh, who hails from the village Highclere, about a hundered miles west of London. The juvenescent singer worms her melodies out of an old Yamaha keyboard and uses nervous beats that alter every two seconds. The one glorious constant, however, is a vocal that demonstrates more depth and emotion than a lot of other artists out there. Beware of The Good Natured!
A book about horoscopes, I am into that crap. George’s «Marvellous Medicine», an ultimate classic.
«Austin Powers» by Jay Roach / «Brokeback Mountain» by Ang Lee / «Sweeney Todd» by Tim Burton or any Johnny Depp equivalent.
GTA Vice City, which is pretty much the best game ever, but that would involve me having a computer, which you probably won’t allow. In terms of board games, definitley «Cluedo» and «Twister». Wait, are there other people on the island? Twister would be rubbish by yourself… I would without a doubt take a Rubic cube, and a pack of cards!
How to knit (well) / how to complete a Rubic cube in under 30 seconds / how to fish
Vogue / NME / The Sunday Times. I read none of these, but if I were pretty bored I would.
I don’t live in a city, I live in a little village. I think I would miss walks in the woods, cups of tea and baking cakes.
My mother, father and brother, Marcus, Claire, Alice. That isn’t three, but it could be over two weekends?
A talking parrot to minimise lonliness, and two cats. Cats are amazing.
Tools? Er, maybe a hammer and a saw so I could build a really good shelter, and a ladder so I could get coconuts from trees or something cool like that.