| Have either of you had any amorous advances
from any of the boys?
Jenny: No. Well, theyre really friendly and they make
you feel welcome and ask you to sign a few posters and things like
that, but its more the boys actually - the skiiers and snowboarding
boys. The girls are asking will the boys be at the competition?
and things like that, which is quite funny.
Is it weird when people ask you to sign things?
Lesley: Yeah, it is kind of strange but, you know [laughs].
Jenny: It is nice. You are thinking Im no different
to you really, its just that Im disciplined in doing
something and do it well', and thats what I always tell them
- that youre just as likely to be in my position if
you stick at whatever you want to do, whether it be art or music
or photography. Its just important for kids to find
a passion that keeps them going for things.
Lesley: That really is so important in life, and if you can
find something to be passionate about, then I think it makes your
life really worthwhile.
What food do you miss most when youre away from home?
Jenny: Proper tea [laughs]! Totally!
Lesley: I think Id have to agree with Jenny. And Irn Bru.
Jenny: In Europe, the milks a bit dodgy as well, and
you get UHT milk. You do get most things, but Branston Pickle comes
a close second as well.
What advice would you give to kids in the UK
who want to snowboard, given that theres not much snow?
Lesley: The AIM Series is a perfect way to get into snowboarding.
If they go along to any of the events, they can try either skiing
or snowboarding for free. Youve got to register on the website
which is www.aimseries.com.
So if they get on the website and register and then get along to
an event, they can have a free lesson with free equipment and then
they can get advice on how to take up snowboarding and skiing.
Jenny: Yeah, and if the AIM Series isnt in their area,
there are a lot of dry slopes that they might not realise are quite
near to them - like theres one in Bristol and other areas
like that. And it doesnt cost a lot to begin with - you can
hire all the gear and just have a go that way really.
Tangent - Can you name one thing that youve ever bought
that seemed like a good idea but was a total waste of money?
Lesley: Numerous, ridiculous clothes to go out partying in,
and have been worn once.
Jenny: A unicycle [both laugh]. I can ride it and I learnt
at Christmas, but that was about it and Ive never had it out
Let's do some quick-fire questions
Do chicks dig scars?
Jenny: Yes. But it depends on the story [laughs].
If you could be sponsored by either a fast car company, a pie
company, an alcohol company or music and film company?
Lesley: Fast Car.
Jenny: Yeah, fast car [both laugh].
Star Wars or Lord of the Rings?
Both: Lord of the Rings!
Burgers or pies?
Meat or veg?
Beer or cider?
Girlie things or non-girlie things?
Lesley: A mixture.
Rad or Dope?
Lesley: Oh, Im not sure about those two [laughs].
Jenny: You can have Rad and Ill have Dope.
Going bigger or doing a harder trick?
Lesley: Going bigger.
Jenny: [Thinks] I think harder tricks.
Roll-on or spray?
Jenny: Spray. Oh, but thats bad for the environment
though, isnt it [laughs]?
Darth Vadar or Han Solo?
Lesley: Han Solo.
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