Meet the Vultures: Ayden Walker

Ayden Walker

Hey, Ayden! How are you? What was the last thing you ate and what would you rate it out of ten?
The last thing I ate (well, drank) was a boring old fruit smoothie with blueberries and banana. I try to eat healthy for no other reason than the fact that I am an insufferable hypochondriac, and I hear that eating plants is pretty good for you. Solid 7/10.

What’s your favourite movie?
My favourite movie is Mysterious Skin. It’s the most honest, touching, uncompromising film I have ever seen. It’s definitely a tough one to watch but you will appreciate its stripped back authenticity once it’s over. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is absolutely brilliant, and it’s contrasting brutality and affection will stick with you for a while.

What drew you to CV?
What drew me to Cultured Vultures was a simple Google search of what websites were looking for people to write about things in the entertainment industry. I loved the content and presentation of the site and thought I would have something to contribute.

Where else can we find you?
My Twitter handle is: @walkaydenwalk. I wouldn’t expect anything except for an occasional angry tweet or two about basketball.

Who would win in a fight: a kangaroo with one punching hand or a crocodile missing half of its teeth?
Kangaroos have incredibly powerful legs so losing a hand isn’t a problem, but it would be hard for a kangaroo to take advantage with the crocodile so low to the ground. Without its teeth, a crocodile could, theoretically, still trap an unaware kangaroo in its jaw and do that spinny-around-drowning thing they do to kill their prey. I would pick the crocodile by a small margin but I predict a real fight of this nature would end in a stalemate.

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