The Interview Project Part 1: Gregg Beever

I have always loved interviewing people. Be it celebrities or musicians or doctors or politicians or robots from the future or animals; I just love asking obscure questions.

So today, about an hour ago, I decided to email thirty random people with a series of questions. My first reply came from a Mr. Gregg Beever.

According to the internet: Gregg Beever is a web & graphic designer working in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He also makes the web comic Inglorious Hipsters and loves to talk about his emotions on twitter under the name @greggbeever.

Here are Greggs insightful and hilarious answers to my uninsightful and pedantic questions:

If you would give yourself a nickname what would it be?

Boxcar Beever.

If you could switch one body part with anyone else in the world living or dead, who and what would it be?

Will Smith’s penis.

In five words, describe your most uncomfortable dream.

Walls. TVs. R2D2. Neighbour’s house.

What is your favourite word?


What does that word smell like?

Palaeontologists .

What is your spirit animal?

Oh, it’s that animal with the big two front teeth and eats a lot of wood…what’s it called? Oh! A Marcus Bachmann.

If ghosts existed, would you want to meet one? If so, what would you ask it?

Yes. I’d ask them who THEY ARE gonna call?

If you could share a bottle of alcohol with anyone who has ever existed, who would it be and what would you drink?

I’d want to drink with Julius Caesar, we would drink red wine.

What would you rather have as a pet: A dragon, a unicorn Pegasus or Ezra Levant?

Is there a Unicorn Levant? A dragon then.

Finally, if you could live your life over again with guaranteed success, what would you do?

Invent Facebook.


Published by: thetrentwilkie

Trent Wilkie is a husband/father/writer/journalist/performer in Edmonton. Trent has written for CBC Radio, Fangoria Magazine, Edmonton Sun, Exclaim Magazine, Fort Sask Record, Theatre Network, The Edmonton Fringe, and is currently pouring his heart and soul into his award-winning blog The UnDad. As well, Trent has also been a wilderness canoe guide for over 10 years which he now considers therapy. Trent is also a member of Mostly Water Theatre, a sketch comedy troupe and has performed in a bevy of Edmonton International Fringe Festivals to varying degrees of success. When taking time off from trying not to be boring, Trent likes to relax while watching horror movies and trying to write the perfect three chord song

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