Meet my friend, Monique Didds Hanouch. Mon, everyone; everyone, Mon.
Monique Didds Hanouch is the name, and according to my birth certificate, I will be 25 in November this year (all flowers, chocolates and sloths accepted). I hail from 3056 aka Brunswick.
My mind somehow operates in a constant, never-ending battle between emotion and logic… With a splash of creativity and humour thrown in the mix. I’d love to swap brains with Victor Borge, James Blake, Luna Lovegood and James Franco.
I’m trying to bring back the phrase ‘how delightful’ – pronounced ‘how deeeelightful!’ If I were on a television show, it’d be either Adventure Time or South Park… Der.
If nothing were impossible, I’d want to eradicate world poverty. I would want to learn how to fly like superman annnnd I would make Cadbury supply me with unlimited black forest chocolate (fair trade of course).
I’m being interviewed because.. I had to ask Hannah this question, because to be honest I’m just doing life like everyone else. I guess it's always interesting to hear other peoples stories and to get a glimpse into their world. I’m one of those people who like to cheer those on from the side of the stage, not be the one in the middle of it. I guess every now and then its nice to be in the limelight for a few minutes… Thanks Han.
I’m passionate about others. I am passionate about helping people. Finding out what makes people tick, how they operate, and what they need in order to survive their daily grind. I’m also really passionate about the arts. The gift of creativity is such a blessing. No boundaries, just freedom of expression. How delightful.
The coolest thing I’ve done so far is gone shopping with Joey Badass and did makeup for Miranda Kerr. The greatest thing I want to achieve is to be a part of a revival.
The following things are important: courage, transparency, faith, and sloths. The following things are not important: Tony Abbott in Speedos.
I contribute ________ to the Kingdom: Love and transparency. I wouldn’t say I have a compromised faith, but more so a faith that’s just recently had its software update. Having a belief isn’t always easy and it can be difficult to apply the same views from thousands of years ago in today’s society. If you can figure out the origin of the belief and make it relevant to today, as long as it comes from a place of love and transparency, then it's all gravy, baby.