I'll write my ten facts in the comments a bit later.
My ten questions:
1. What is one dessert you can't live without?
My diet consists of lentils, beans, potato, fresh fruit, vegetables and the occasional gorging at a cheap pizza buffet. There's a lot you can live without.
2. What would be your ideal holiday or vacation spot?
Vacation, when you've been barely employed for years everyday is a vacation.
3. Favorite fandom? If part of no fandom, favorite movie or book?
Not a movie or book but Calvin and Hobbes had a pivotal influence on my life.
4. How do you feel about Christmas, if you celebrate it?
I like all the lights and decorations but the only time of year I personally get excited about is Halloween.
5. What is the best part of drawing, writing, or both?
The feeling you have when you sit there laughing uncontrollably about something you've just written.
6. Should parents encourage their children to believe in Santa Claus, for as long as possible?
To be honest I decided Santa wasn't a logical concept in 2nd grade so I don't know if I could even teach a child about Santa.
7. What is your best holiday memory?
Working in a haunted house and scaring the crap out of people during Halloween. I can't think of anything more touchy feely off the top of my head.
8. Favorite song at the moment?
Cult of Personality by Living Color
9. What are the qualities of a true friend?
Honestly a true friend is anyone who gives you a fair shake even if they don't have a reason too.
10. If you write or draw, what is the strangest or most unique response you've gotten from a fan?
A younger MLP fan was upset with a particular cartoon I had done about Princess Celestia. I politely explained why I did it, why other people enjoyed it, acknowledged they were upset for valid reasons but also told them in this situation the best thing to do was simply to ignore my work and move on to things that made them happy. It was a very civil exchange between two individuals of different viewpoints. They seem to have quickly learned a valuable life lesson at an early age that I still haven't been able to pound through my thick skull.