Britta Gregor

Britta Gregor is either watching or thinking about Doctor Who RIGHT NOW. She’s the director of a blissfully quiet, small municipal library in Illinois and can tell you stories about serving as a public librarian in urban South Florida that would make you pee your pants. She lives outside of St. Louis with her husband, toddler, and two adopted mutts. Potty training may cost Britta her last ounce of sanity.
 
Age: 32
 
Twitter: @britbrarian
 
 
What I Do, Job-wise: Organize stuff, and help people find information when they need it. Also, paperwork. Lots and lots of paperwork.
 
What I Do, Fun-wise: Watch sci-fi television shows on Netflix, read cookbooks that I never make anything from, obsessively refresh my Facebook feed, sleep
 
My Motto: “Regret from missing out on an experience stings more than failure.”
 
My Anti-Motto: “Cupcakes aren’t worth the calories.”  (They always are. ALWAYS.)
 
The First Movie Star I Ever Had a Crush On: Omri Katz
 
My “celebs to make out with” list: Theo Rossi, Henry Rollins, Kat von D
 
The Most Played Song On My iTunes: It’s a tie between "Make Some Noise" by the Beastie Boys and the Bird and the Bee’s cover of Hall and Oates’s "Rich Girl".
 
Last Book I Read Without Skimming Any Parts: The Program by Suzanne Young. I’m a whore for YA sci-fi.
 
My Most Worn Item of Clothing: I had a pair of black Dockers sneakers with 6 inch high soles I bought in Berlin in the late 90s. I wore them until they literally crumbled under my feet in a Sam’s Club in West Palm Beach fifteen years later. I’ve never been able to find another pair. (And let’s be honest, that’s probably a good thing.)
 
Beauty Products That I Hoard: CoverGirl concealer sticks. They’re not expensive, but if they were ever discontinued, I think I’d have to start wearing a scarf around my face 24/7.
 
I smell like: Kat von D’s “Sinner” on top of whatever my toddler spilled on my pants earlier that day.
 
I Have Faked An Orgasm (Yes/No):  A long time ago, when I was young and dumb and didn’t realize that I was worth the time to be worshipped.