On the spot

We saw psychology sophomore Danielle Taylor in front of Which Wich? on East University Boulevard.

Wildcat: OK, you’re on the spot. I really like your shoes. What animal are they?

Taylor: What animal are they? That’s a good question. Probably a cow.

W: Who are you wearing tonight?

T: Good question. My jeans are from Pac Sun.

W: Is that a French designer?

T: No, it’s a store in the mall. Pacific Sunwear.

W: Oh, OK. What about your blouse?

T: My sweatshirt is from Banana Republic.

W: What about your earrings?

T: My earrings are from, probably nowhere. Like Claire’s.

W: Claire Anbraun?

T: No. Just Claire’s in the mall.

W: Do you buy your own clothes, or do you have a stylist?

T: Definitely buy my own clothes.

W: Why? Is it, more expensive? Is that what you’re going for?

T: No. It’s a lot less expensive to buy my own clothes.

W: Oh. Who does your hair, because I really like it. It’s really smooth, and I like the style.

T: Thanks, I do my hair.

W: What products do you use?

T: I don’t use product. I use a straightening iron.

W: What kind?

T: Helen of Troy.

W: Helen of Troy?

T: That’s what it’s called.

W: (Laughs obnoxiously.) That’s interesting. Is that what Helen of Troy perhaps used?

T: I’d assume Helen of Troy was pretty diesel and didn’t use a straightening iron.

W: Let me ask you a hypothetical question: If you could have Jean Paul Gautier as a stylist, or be mauled to death by a pack of wildebeests …

T: That’s a tough question. I don’t know who he is, but I’d probably rather have him as a stylist than die.

W: You’re right. What is the color of the season?

T: I’m not the one to ask. Summer is upon us, so I like green.

W: What about the fabric of the season?

T: Hopefully not spandex and leggings again, because I don’t know if I can see that on everyone as they walk by.

W: What about the slightly candid picture of a celebrity?

T: Probably Britney because she’s a mess. She’s really going downhill.

W: What about the telephone headpiece of the season?

T: I don’t know.

W: What about the newspaper of the season?

T: Yours. It must be.

– interview by Andi Berlin