Nicky and/or Alex
Beck or Becky
Nicky and/or Alex
D.J or Deej
Munchkin or Shorty
I frequently worry that I’m not doing the right things for my family, because I care about them so much and always want to do the best I can for them.
Motherly, with good judgment and advice, and I can be sarcastic.
Rambunctious, funny, mischievous.
Well, as hungry probably doesn't count, let's go with strong.
Sweet and sarcastic.
Neat and tidy.
Well, it depends on who you ask . . . maybe you could say quirky?
Give them the best advice I have.
Try and help them out by being there for them, and maybe throwing in a quick story with some advice in it.
How are you supposed to know? You’re still just a kid! They might talk to me, but that doesn’t mean I’ll know what to say back—of course, sometimes you don’t have to.
Don’t say anything, and try to get proof before you tell your big sister about it—you don’t want her to get hurt, because when she’s hurt, so are you.
You’re the oldest sibling, so you’ve got all the advice to help your little sisters out.
I’d probably be eating while they thought I was listening to them talk. Then I’d probably say something to help them.
I’d probably ask the easiest question: “Are you sad?” and then just sit with them while they talk and give advice to me—the same advice they should be giving themselves.
Hey, I know things—so, I’d give them advice, maybe even without knowing it.
I would definitely try and make them laugh—that’s what I do best.
I’d probably say something . . . maybe along the lines of, “That’s too bad . . . who wants to see a movie?”
"I will do anything to keep my dream alive.” or “Personal happiness and bringing joy to others, it sounds like success to me.”
"The adventure’s just beginning.” or “It’s a flaw in me you’ll just have to accept.”
Well, your most famous one is, “Brother.”
"I want to be treated like an individual.” or “If something hurts you, it hurts me too.”
"Guys are gonna come, and guys are gonna go, but you and I will be sisters forever.” or “One thing that’ll never change is how much I love you guys.”
"I’ll still love you, even if the only thing you get right is your name.” or “I didn’t even know what love was until I met you.”
"I did the best I could.” or “I didn’t get rich by being stupid.”
"No amount of money could break this family apart.” or “This house is more than walls and a roof—it’s our lives.”
"You can’t let those bad feelings take away from all the good feelings you have.” or “One of the joys of friendship is the happiness you feel when you know how happy your friends are.”
"Hey, we all have problems.” or “You gotta face this fear.”
I'm working on a music career, and I'm a local radio personality as well as the owner of the Smash Club.
I'm a talk show host on (and producer of) "Wake Up, San Francisco!"
I’m not even considering a career yet—I’m too young for that. I prefer to have fun playing with my brother.
I don't have a career yet, but I like acting and dancing, and singing is fun as well.
No job yet, but I'm in college now.
I'm in college, but no real job yet.
Well, none yet, because I'm still in school. I do know how to make loads of money from a lemonade stand though.
I'm a talk show host on "Wake Up, San Francisco!"
I’m a comedian, Ranger Joe on a kid’s television program, and also a local radio personality. I’m also qualified to teach.
Job? JOB!? I didn't know I was supposed to have a job yet!
Your motorcycle or car, and Mr. Goodpart (your favorite hair comb).
Well, your family, but as those aren't items, maybe your wedding ring.
Mr. Bear (your childhood teddy bear).
Your Pillow Person (a childhood toy), and the charm bracelet your mother gave you.
Food, what else?
Rigby (your stuffed rhino).
A feather duster, or any other cleaning supply product you're fond of.
Mr. Woodchuck (your beaver puppet).
Who can pick just one?
Music, obviously. I love music, I’m obsessed with Elvis Presley, and I’ve got a band. I’ve also been known to cook.
I like to cook (well, try to), and ride horses.
Playing with your sibling and cousin(s).
Dancing, acting, and singing.
You used to enjoy horseback riding, but now you work on the school paper.
Cracking jokes, watching cartoons, and making people laugh.
Staying over at my best friend's house . . . or teasing her family. . . or copying her homework. . .
I definitely like leather jackets, so maybe you could describe it as ‘cool, casual rebel’ or something. It kinda depends on what’s going on that day, though.
Casual, but stylish.
Whatever my parents give me, but blue/red is the preference of color.
Huh, good question. Maybe we could describe it as ‘sophisticated’ or ‘I’m-raiding-my-sister’s-closet-without-her-knowing.’
Casual, comfortable, and you can tell I’m the academic-type.
Casual, definitely with a sports jacket.
I’m not sure how I’d describe it, but maybe as ‘simple’ or ‘fun.’
Spick-and-span, business-like or business casual.
Well, I still wear Hawaiian-print shirts or cartoon-printed shirts. Let’s go with ‘fun.’ It definitely expresses my personality.
Very, very bright. I'm unique.
I don't think I have a catchphrase.
"Oh my lanta," or "Whoa baby!"
Well, let's face it, if it has anything to do with food, I'll say it eventually.
"You got it, dude!"
I always mention my 'dad talks' so let's go with that. (Can you blame me? They're good, and always getting better.)
"Is it made of . . . wood?" or "Cut it out." Hey, I'm always doing imitations.
Catchphrase? Catchphrase, catchphrase . . . "Hola Tanneritos!"