Name: Brittany Bunnell
Location: Winchester, TN
Piercings/Tattoos (How many? Where?): I have a lot of tattoos. My first was the official “tramp stamp” when I was 16, it was the “cool” thing to have then.
How do you like to say “hello”?
When I say hello, it’s usually a very giggly “hey, whatcha doin?” I’m, for the most part, a very positive and friendly person.
What were you doing five minutes before this interview?
I was actually paying bills…no one likes to do it, but it’s gotta be done.
What are some things you never leave home without?
Before I leave home, I have to have my keys, phone, and Chapstick…as long as I have those three things, I’ll wing the rest!
What does your last outgoing text message say?
It says, “it’s all good, love Ya girl!”
What part of your personality gets you into trouble the most? Why?
Hmm… That would have to be my lack of ability to with hold my thoughts on things. I say how I feel, if I don’t it bothers me. Whether anyone else likes it or not, it will be known.
What makes you laugh?
It doesn’t take much to make me laugh, a funny joke, an awkward look, me messing something up…I literally laugh at the smallest things.
Are you ticklish? Where?
Yes, I am very ticklish. Under my arms and my feet are the worst place.
Let’s say I’m gonna give you $1,000 dollars. Where do you go to spend it? What would you buy?
If you were to give me 1,000 dollars today, this minute. I would take part of it and take my son, Kaden on mini weekend vacation just to have “us” time. I would give the rest of it as charity to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, not because giving to charity makes me look good but because Kaden was born with meningocele. It’s a mild form of Spina bifida. He started going there when he was 9mths old, had surgery on his spine at 4 and has been seeing the doctors there every since. They are wonderful. He is just like any other child now, but to give back to them would be awesome.
What are some things guys do that get on your nerves?
What do guys do that get on my nerves? If they are really cocky, I don’t like it. I love someone that has confidence, but there’s a fine line between confidence and thinking you are better than everyone and any girl is lucky you even noticed them…
Describe your worst date ever.
My worst date would have to be this one time when I got asked to see a movie at the Drive-In. It was so awkward, we had no chemistry. He stayed on his phone the whole time and we didn’t even speak.
What music have you been listening to lately?
I listen to a wide variety of music. I like almost every genre. Anything from Tom Petty to Datsik and everything in between. Country, Rock, Hip-Hop, Rap, Dub Step…if I like it, I listen to it.
The musician you would most like to meet is…
Tom Petty hands down. I would love to meet him. The first time I ever heard any of his music, I was 5, in the back seat of my moms mini van. It was the song “Mary Jane’s Last Dance.” I fell in love.
What was your first concert?
My first concert was Hank Williams Jr. when I was 12 yrs old.
What was the last concert you attended?
The last concert I seen was Tom Petty and yes I was one of the crazy fans screaming every song at the top of my lungs!
Who are some of your favorite bands?
My favorite band is actually local, they’re called “Bad Monkey”
What is your favorite line from a song?
It would have to be “Searching for meaning, but are we all lost stars…trying to light up the dark. Who are we, but just a speck of dust within the Galaxy.”
Name some things in your life you’re most proud of.
My son, he is my hero. I am a young mom. I got pregnant at 17. We practically grew up together, just me and him. He made me a better person, he saved me. I’m also proud of both of my brothers. One has four kids and is the best father you could ever imagine, he works so hard and coaches all of their ball teams. He just really makes me proud. And my younger brother, he has such a good soul and personality. He is going to make something great of his life and I am so proud to be able to watch him grow into such a great human being.
How do you like to say “goodbye”?
How do I say goodbye…I don’t really like goodbyes so I keep it short and sweet with a “See ya later!”