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Derek Zoolander has hilarious answers for Vogue’s ‘73 Questions’

January 19th, 2016 at 7:40 PM
Zoolander Vogue 73 Questions

If there’s a guy who knows his fashion (or at least he thinks he does), that’s Derek Zoolander. In fact, he practically doesn’t know anything else, so his answers to Vogue’s 73 Questions are definitely a thing to behold.

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“I only have nine answers,” he told the interviewer from the get-go. “So I guess I’m going to need … more,” he added, after using his fingers to count to at least three.

“Do I look like I’m on Instagram? I’ve always tested clean,” Zoolander said when asked about Instagram.

He immediately confessed that Instagram is his favorite app. And Bitcoin is his favorite look, but it’s a virtual, but valuable one, so we can’t see it.

He confessed he would like to have a superpower: he would like to be able to understand things. He said that learning is his least favorite school subject, and he wished he knew all the numbers and letters stuff back then.

Zoolander revealed that his meals include water with slices of various things in them and that he eats carrots for dessert. He added that “sandwiches are a gateway to cake,” when asked if he took the subway. His favorite cocktail is “the one with Tom Cruise, the live-action one.”

Who would he most like to have lunch with, living or dead?

“Living, definitely,” Zoolander said.

As for animals, he doesn’t appreciate using them “for their spirits. Only for their fur.”

Finally, how would Zoolander describe his relationship with model rival Hansel (Owen)? “Probably with words,” of course.

To see all Zoolander’s hilarious answers, and there are many more like the ones above, check Vogue’s full video below.

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Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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