A meme that's apparently spreading around the Support community:
You answer a list of questions with the names of your LiveJournal friends that any of these questions apply to. However, you cannot see the questions, only the answers, unless you agree to report this in YOUR journal. Soooo... if you want to see the questions, you have to let me know in comments, then you have to post in your own LiveJournal.
I've tried to restrict my answers to mutual friends, not only because non-mutual friends will probably not see this but also because I probably know mutual friends better than non-mutual friends.
Even so, it was still hard to pick, either because I hard a hard time thinking of anyone who fit the question exactly, or because several (or even many or most) of the people on my friends list seemed to fit. I also tried not to use the same name too often, but for some questions, the same name came to my mind first.
6) I can't think of anyone
14) jpallan (reinterpreting the question a little) / ubykhlives
17) joyitude (and I mean that in the nice way!)
21) Nobody, I hope?
22) missysedai (starting with her, let's say, "food" tag)
26) No offence intended to anyone I've left out!
I seem to have Maggie and Cassia down there most of all; interesting.
Though even before I thought about the questions individually, I thought Maggie might come up a couple of times, simply because she's on my shortlist of totally awesome people I'm glad I know and wish I knew better.
(Is that drama-inducing? I hope not; it's certainly not meant to be. If everyone were exactly the same measure of awesome, they'd all be average again. Different people can be awesome in different ways. "Not awesome" is not the same as "useless". Your mileage may vary. Take only under the direction of a competent physician. Void where prohibited.)
Also, when thinking of some people, I think of older usernames first (e.g. cuddled, aquariumgirl). Fortunately, LiveJournal auto-redirects the names and displays the current username if you used the old one in an lj user tag, so I took advantage of that fact.