We’re in December, or in Irish (we’re told), the month of Christmas. In Scottish Gaelic, it’s effectively (apparently) the darkness.
Chris McQueer is a 25 year old writer and sales assistant from Glasgow. His work has appeared in The High Flight fanzine, The Football Pink magazine and most recently in 404 Ink: Error. When he isn’t selling shoes, busting queues or writing weird short stories, you will most likely find him spouting nonsense at house parties with a bottle of Buckfast in hand.
And here’s how Chris answered our questions:
?!: If you had to write a letter to ‘Santa’, is there anything you’d particularly like to say to him?
CM: Why did I get a VHS player instead of the PlayStation I requested when I was 8? I already had a perfectly good video player.
?!: What film would you choose to watch at Christmas?
CM: Jingle All the Way with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Not only the best Christmas film of all time but the best film ever made in general.
?!: Is there a Christmas tradition you’d love to get rid of?
CM: Turkey for Christmas dinner. It’s so bland and tasteless. No wonder we only eat it once a year.
?!: What song would you like as your entry music at War on Christmas? Or should we just choose something?
CM: Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) by Edison Lighthouse is probably my favourite song ever so that would be nice to walk on to please.
INTERROBANG?! – Making Christmas wishes come true since 2016
?!: What’s on your Christmas wishlist this year?