Reader of the Week: Prish Naidoo 

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Sean Ray, Will Smith and a Ninja Turtle.

Most amazing thing I've ever done: Represented South Africa in both ballroom dancing and martial arts.

The best advice I ever received: "Treat people the way you'd like to be treated".

I would spend my last $10 on . . . Invest it.

My greatest fear: Heights.

My fantasy job: World-class choreographer.

If I could travel back in time I would love to: I'd like to be a teenager in the '90s.

My favourite phrase:"If it burns, it's working."

True love is . . . My family.

My last meal would be: Fried chicken.

I will never throw out: My favourite pair of shoes.

I'm always being asked: What should I eat to get bigger or leaner, and how should I train.

What people may not know about me is: I really hate snakes.

People say I look like: Chris Brown and Chris Rock.

My earliest memory: Running around Mum and Dad's party dressed as a gangster.

On my bedside table: DVDs and vitamins.

My most embarrassing moment . . . My Dad's 40th speech, where nobody understood what I was saying in front of the whole family and 200 people.

My biggest fashion faux pas was: As a child, covering myself and my Mum's white lounge with red lipstick.

Favourite book as a child: Comics.

I wish I hadn't: When I was five, I wore red pants that made a goat butt me in the butt cheek.

Weirdest thing in my glove box: An empty Heineken bottle.

A movie I think everyone should see:Friday.

In the future . . . I'd like to own a couple of supplement shops and be wealthy.

My first car: A 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer.

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