Anonymous asked: Who is his favorite Shakespearean heroine?
So far as I’ve seen, he hasn’t said.
t-hiddy-diddy asked: Hello, there was a post about his favorite music video, and I was wondering what photoshoot that photo was. Also, thank you so much for your hard work.. And, god I hate myself and my lack of education, but since Sarah is fifteen months older, what month would that be? ((I'm so sorry, but my mathematical skills are poorer than my English.))
Ahahah… Well, thinking of it less like ‘she’s 15 months older’ and more like ‘she’s a year and three months older’, does make it a bit easier.
She would have been born in November.
Anonymous asked: Does he smoke?
melodystarz asked: Hello! I really enjoy your page; it is really well put together and a lot of fun. Nice work! My question is do you know what Tom Hiddleston's favorite candy or sweet is? Thank you!
I don’t have a recollection of him mentioning any one, specific sweet. I know he’s been caught eating chocolate multiple times (both given by fans, and that he apparently brought with), though.
althea1313 asked: One weird and paranoid Q. I read interwiev for The Village Voice and I´m a little nervous from Tom´s sentence:"But actually we don’t have that much time-I know I won’t." I mean, Tom is too young for thoughts about the lack of time, right? So what does it mean? I hope nothing, because I've had a serious diseases in which I had a similar ideas. So please, tell me, that Tom is healthy! You know everything about him, you should know, if he has health problem. I hope I´m just overprotective fan :-)
I honestly can’t say one way or the other. (Your faith in my all-knowing-ness is touching, but rather incorrect. ^.^”) Given how active he had to be in Coriolanus and the fact that he’s still working on stuff and out and about and such, I doubt he’s actually sick.
But, you know, when someone close to you dies (or, I would suppose, you spend months playing a character who dies at the end of the play over and over), you do start to sort of examine your own mortality. It’s very human and, in your mod’s opinion, a far more healthy attitude than the devil-may-care mindset so many famous people seem stuck in.
Anonymous asked: I've done a fan mail for him with a letter and a drawing but I just wanted to know if there's anything he would love to see in his fan mail that hasn't been done yet?
I haven’t seen any interviews where he’s mentioned anything. Though, honestly, I’m not sure anyone’s asked him; usually, people just want to know what the weirdest thing is got was.
Hmmm. I don’t see the logic in that statement, then.
'Distrustful' is something of a British-ism. Americans would probably say 'suspicious' or, yes, 'untrustworthy'. But 'distrustful', in that statement, is grammatically correct. (So long as you're British.)