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Banana Chat - Meet Jack Tarrant

by Banana Crumble | Mar 13, 2019

Hi my name is Jack, I am a 26 year old from Southend now living and working in Cambridge. I studied History at univeristy and now I never use it in my work helping chemistry students at the Royal Society of Chemistry. I have also worked for the Prince’s Trust helping young people kick start their careers. I like to keep fit by gymming and playing football and cricket (badly). I am a boring history and politics fan who has learnt to keep quiet about it.

What is your favourite joke?
What do you call a man lying face down in a pool? Bob. 

What makes you smile?

What is your favourite good news story? 

What inspires me?
People discovering their passions, which is why I have worked in charities with young people helping them achieve their goals and find a reason to work hard. 

If you could change one thing in the world what would it be?

If you could have one superpower what would you choose?
Shapeshifting, not just because of the cool stuff but day to day you will never even need to do your hair. 

What is your favourite food?
BBQ Ribs

What is your favourite drink?
Dr. Pepper

If you are going on holiday what luxury item would you take from home?
I don’t own anything luxury. 

If you could make one law, what would it be and why?
Universal Income

Give us a random piece of information about you that people wouldn’t know?
I have had my appendix removed.

What is your favourite phrase or saying?
“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”

What cause, project or event would you like to promote?
Wildlife protection.

Who is your favourite music artist?
The Manor

Who is the person that you feel has shaped your life most?
My parents, they taught me how to be responsible and be able to look after myself. They also showed me how to cope with adversity and that’s by relying on the people around and then be there for them when they need.

PJ’s or not? Not

Hot or cold? Cold

Cat or dog? Cat

Blue or pink? Blue 

Tea or coffee? Coffee

Glass half-empty or half full? Half-Empty

Night out or night in? Night Out

Pizza or pasta? Pizza

Biscuits or cake? Biscuits

Wine or beer? Beer

Football or rugby? Rugby

Cinema or theatre? Theatre

Gym or TV? Gym

Naughty or nice? Naughty

Silver or gold? Silver

Tent or hotel? Tent

Bath or shower?  Shower

Starter or pudding?  Starter 

Sheet or duvet?  Duvet

Love island or game of thrones? Love Island

Apple or banana?  Banana

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