Russian Beauty Mari Evans Cosplay Interview
Mari Evans Cosplay Interview
We’re back in the U.S.S.R and those Moscow girls make me sing and shout, cosplay. We back once again readers. Our next interview takes us to the mother-country land of Moscow, Russia. It is here we welcome our next exclusive interview with this lovely lady, She a fitness model and trainer with a degree in Economics and if that didn’t impress you, she’s an absolute dream to watch her cosplay. So please Like and please Share your love to this rare creature from the East. Please give a warm American welcome to Mari Evans.
OG: Welcome Mari Evans. Thank you so much for being here and doing this interview for Outrightgeekery. We, the staff, really appreciate it and we absolutely love your cosplay work.
Mari: Thank you. I really appreciate everyone at Outrightgeekery for being so patient with me to do this interview. This experience will be fondly remembered.
OG: We, at Outrightgeekery, have a time-honored tradition to give all our interview cosplayers some words of encouragement, some dialect of inspiration. Our hope that these words will comfort you whenever you feel the world pulling your dreams away. Here goes, “ Cupcakes are muffins that believe in miracles!” Good. With that being said, let us continue.
OG: Please, Mari Evans, tell us all about yourself.
Mari: Hello everyone! My name is Maria but my friends call me just Mari or Masha. I was born and live in Russia, Moscow. I have brown eyes although I always dreamed about having a pair of blue or green ones. I have pink hair As for the zodiac sign I am Cancer. I speak Russian, English, know a little bit of Spanish and now I’m learning French. I am a fitness instructor, a nutritionist, a marketing specialist and of course a cosplay model. I have been doing cosplay for over 10 years. In the meantime, I managed to perform at many Russian festivals, travel to various cities, take several first places and receive audience awards alone along with my team, who I absolutely love big group projects with! Outside of cosplay, I like reading books and comics, watching TV shows, films, playing games on my computer and on PS4, streaming on Twitch, listening to music, engage in sports, doing SMM.
Mari: My favorite anime: Nana (my first anime), Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Gintama, DMC, Bleach, Code Geass. My favorite manga: Lovely Complex, Blood+, Fullmetal Alchemist, Kimi no na wa. My favorite comics: Amazing Spider-Man, Snot Girl, Spider-Gwen, X-Men, Inhuman, Batman, Wicked and Divine. My favorite childhood character is Harley Quinn. I loved watching cartoons on TV and among them was Batman and Harley, which I absolutely love her and the new series. . A little spoiler for you, wait for my next cosplay on her. I also loved Disney princesses since childhood. My favorites are Ariel, Rapunzel (and Anastasia, but that’s already the 20th-century fox). When I’m sad, I watch Disney cartoons.
Mari: I am an avid music lover and listen to all kinds of music. I love alternative music like Panic! At the Disco, One Republic, Green Day, Imagine Dragons, Muse. I also enjoy listening to something newer like Billie Eilish, Kesha, BTS, Sia. And something older such as The Offspring, Deep Purple. I love to let loose while listening to the songs like Into the Unknown, High hopes, Believer, Let it go. My Favorite online games: League of Legends, TFT Mobile, Hearthstone, Overwatch. PS4 games I’m playing now: The Witcher, Detroit: Become Human, Horizon Zero Dawn, Spider-man, Persona 4, DMC. And let’s be honest, my guilty pleasure is The Sims.
Mari: I love delicious food! Probably like all of us. My favorite food is sushi or rolls, pizza, burgers. Actually, I have a sweet tooth, so I love chocolate. But I try to eat rationally and combine sweets with functional foods that fill me up with energy and vitamins that are important for the body. I am against diets as well. I myself am not sitting on any and don’t recommend you either! This is my advice as a fitness instructor (unless you need it for medical reasons, of course).
OG: From what we have seen, you don’t seem to be the shy-quiet farm-girl next door. What were you like as a child?
Mari: I was a shy child maybe because I grew up alone without any brothers or sisters. I was afraid to be the first one to get to know someone; I was always waiting for help from my mum or for someone to make the first step. I have always been a chill kid. I could play alone without bothering my parents, loved to draw and in general to be creative. I was also a very cautious child but during holidays I often climbed the roofs and trees of our backyard with my childhood friend because she was a troublemaker unlike me and urged me to do crazy things (Crazy by my standards, Haha). It was fun 🙂
Mari: But nonetheless, I made friends easily. I was able to overcome my shyness when I got into the fandom and started doing cosplay.
OG: Being an only kid, did gaming and physical activities became a source of escape?
Mari: Then we dove into the world of MMORPG games and spent a lot of time online. I don’t know how it is in other countries but we played lots of games outside with other kids, like pioneer ball, the Russian version of Cops and Robbers, Chinese jump rope (wow, I didn’t know it is called like this! The more you know…). For some time, yoyo and finger skateboarding were popular.
OG: Were your parents strict while growing up? How much did they influence your life?
Mari: My parents watched me like hawks so I wasn’t allowed to go out alone until I was 15. I wasn’t allowed to go to the camp even! This made me so angry back then. After all, I saw myself as an adult! But now I understand that it was the right move. While other children smoked behind garages, drank or maybe tried drugs, I was engaging in sports activities, studies, creativity, played games or watched cartoons. My parents tried to help me but very often they cracked down on my ideas. I wanted to become a language expert or a designer but, in the end, I went to study Economics… Now, I understand that I would insist on my own way. At such a young age, a child cannot figure out what he wants to be when he grows up yet. Even now, at 25, I don’t know what I really want.
OG: Did these hard choices made you more determined to go into other careers?
Mari: That’s the reason why I studied to be a fitness trainer, then a nutritionist and a marketing specialist. I have my own blog, I work on my social media and I am doing freelance. I want to study to be a psychologist and a coach because it is really fascinating and I get on with other people well. I studied at a gymnasium that my parents had to pay for so I have never been harshly bullied. We had children from wealthy families. Yeah, boys could call you names, pull your hair or draw something in your notebook but they never crossed the line.
Mari: I did synchronized swimming but didn’t have a concrete goal, it was a more general activity. I quit swimming when my studies started to fall behind. I never did music because my mum graduated from the music school and she knew that it’s hard work that didn’t pay off as she never had a chance to put it to use.
OG: Being that it is so cold out there in Moscow, we would think to wear very thin material from your outfits would be impossible to cosplay in. Is that true?
Mari: In Moscow, the temperature in winter can get lower than -30C so it’s “rather” cold here but this winter turned out to be warm.
OG: We would love to know who was your celebrity Man-Crushes growing up?
Mari: My cushes were Jared Leto, Zac Efron, Johnny Depp. Then I got carried away by k-pop and became a fan of idols. Now it all seems just funny to me.
OG: As big as your heart, is there still room to be an animal lover too?
Mari: I like animals a lot. I have a furry friend. It is a Maine Coon named Dali and I dream about having a Shiba Inu and a Pomeranian one day.
OG: How did your love of cosplay get started?
Mari: In 9th grade, I watched my first anime – Nana. They were Death Note, Elfen Lied and off I went! There was this girl at school (she is still my bestie) who was a fan of anime and I asked her for advice on what else to watch. She later told me about cosplay, we even created our own cos-band and found others who were interested in the same things as we were. And that’s how I got into the fandom.
OG: What was your first cosplay character and how old were you?
Mari: My first cosplay was Vocaloids. I did Miku and Rin when I was about 17. The first festival was very exciting; photographers came up to me, praised my cosplay, it made me very happy. Most exciting were the first performances on stage.
OG: Were you nervous going on stage?
Mari: I am still nervous before going on stage every time it feels like the first time. But when you’re there, at the moment, you forget about everything, you don’t see people, you only feel their support! In a cosplay environment, everyone knows everyone, communicates with each other and does collabs. In the fandom, I was able to find friends who became my family. I love them very much.
OG: Are all of your outfits made by hand or purchased? What was your most difficult cosplay?
Mari: At the beginning of my cosplay journey, I used to sew all the costumes myself, did some simple craft, styled wigs. Now I don’t have as much free time as I used to because of work and studies so I work with other cosplayers who help to bring my ideas to life. The hardest project for me was Lineage II. I tried crafting from Eva foam for the first time. I was so nervous when it didn’t work out as I wanted it to and I had to redo the same pieces hundreds of times.
OG: What sort of characters are you most drawn to when deciding what to portray?
Mari: Mostly I do cosplay based on games and comics; sometimes someone from anime. I have cosplay many characters from the League of Legends game because I play it almost every day and enjoy it a lot.I’ve done a guy from the DMMD but I realized that I prefer female characters more. I like different types of characters: from the cute and strong Yoko to the crazy and eccentric Harley Queen. I usually make heroes and overall positive characters but sometimes I want a change and that’s when I go for villains.
OG: Does makeup play a big part in you becoming character to portray?
Mari: Makeup is an important and my favorite part of cosplay not counting photoshoots and performances! It helps to change your facial features and look more like a character. When I just started cosplaying, I had no idea how to do makeup at all. Over time though I improved my skills, finished makeup artist courses, got whole multiple drawer storage of cosmetics and practiced a lot. You surely can change your appearance in Photoshop but I prefer to do it with the power of makeup because we can’t Photoshop ourselves in real life 🙂 I can retouch a photo myself so I understand how hard it is and I respect the photographer and his time.
OG: How do you apply your makeup when doing a Photoshoot?
Mari: What I do step by step: I put on lenses, put on eye makeup, then work with the face (so that the fallout from the shadows can be removed before I have the full face on and smudge everything everywhere), then the eyebrows, contouring, do my lips and the final step is a setting spray. The order can change depending on what character you have and if they have scars or if you need to use the face paint.
OG: What sort of advice would you offer cosplayers getting negative feedback?
Mari: My advice to everyone: do not pay attention, do not take it to heart. Any negative comment stems from pain, problems, and despair of the person who left it. Be confident in yourself and your work. I can do a cosplay that the fans want me to or after the release of a new movie/anime/game. But I always do only what is close to me, what I myself like.
OG: Come on, you can tell us! Has there ever been an outfit that you absolutely hated, but your fans just went crazy over?
Mari: No, I never did cosplay on the characters I hate. I have in the past, but likely I won’t feel as comfortable with the character and won’t be able to fully dissolve in it. The most difficult makeup is makeup without makeup or nude in short. That is when you should have it but it should be as natural as it can be. For example, for Daenerys from the Game of Thrones. I haven’t done much makeup yet but this would be a great challenge for me. From all the latest characters, the hardest was to replicate Ciri’s makeup from The Witcher: black smudged smokey eyes, a scar across the whole cheek and freckles. I haven’t had a shoot for her yet but I hope that after the quarantine, I will finally do it
OG: Do you get a HIGH whenever you dress up as the character?
Mari: I enjoy cosplay. The most pleasant moment is when you have finished all the preparations and you realize how cool is the result! When you see yourself as the character you are doing. Physical training helps a lot when choosing a character as it helps any costume to look great and boosts your confidence. Plus, in comics and games, heroes mostly look ripped.
Mari: But I root for self-expression, cosplay is a hobby which should bring you joy. Therefore, even if you consider your body not suitable for cosplay or a character, do not give up your dream, go for it! There is no bad or good body.
OG: How popular is cosplaying in Russia? Is it on a professional level both indoors and out?
Mari: Cosplay is very popular in Russia, but also the level of cosplay is very high. In films and TV shows, Russians are often portrayed as villains, mafia, etc. 🙂 Many foreigners seriously ask me if we have bears freely roaming the streets. Don’t fall for all stereotypes, our life does not differ much from life in Europe or America, for example. I admire the works of Alyson Tabbitha, Kamui, Pugoffka (she is also an amazing photographer). I had shot in parks, in the forests, in pits, in manors. It’s an interesting experience but a very stressful one as well because usually outside it’s either too cold or too hot. Working in photo studios is more comfortable. I am quite a patient person and can bear all the difficulties for the sake of a beautiful result.
OG: As a female cosplayer, should women be concerned about their size, meaning their height, chest, or weight when portraying a character in cosplay?
Mari: I think that physical appearance doesn’t play a huge role when it comes to photo cosplay. You can make your breasts bigger by wearing a push-up bra or on the contrary make the size smaller by binding your chest, height can be increased with the use of heels/platforms, the waist can be tightened with a corset, muscles can be enhanced with a special torso (in case of male characters), some details can be improved with the use of Photoshop.
Mari: A good photographer can take a photo of a short model in a way that she will seem very tall. More difficult is to take the cosplay to the festivals and events but there are also much life hacks to help you look more like a character 🙂 My height is 175 cm but often in group cosplay my character is not that tall so I squat in the photos or stand a step lower than others to seem shorter. And I don’t do very little girls because with my long legs I will look stupid. In most cases, though this is not a problem.
OG: Are there any talented photographers in Russia? What’s been your experiences with them?
Mari: There are a lot of talented photographers in Russia! Finding a photographer is not a problem at all. They often travel abroad to shoot because in other countries it can be very hard to find a good photographer. I know this from my foreign friends’ experience. I mostly work with trusted photographers because I know what the result will be. But I will never miss a chance to collaborate with a new person.
OG: Do you, at times, do your own self-photography
Mari: Sometimes I take self-portraits at home. I have a camera, light, fabrics for the background. I want to do it more often but I don’t always find time for it. I like to shoot cos tests and makeup tests to understand what can be improved for the actual shoot in the future.
OG: What places make a great Photoshoot for you?
Mari: I would like to take pictures by the sea or by the ocean, in the beautiful castles in Turkey or Germany, make a video at Hogwarts in England or in Universal Park in America, and of course in Japan!
OG: Sometimes, the weather doesn’t work well with cosplayers, what’s been your experiences?
Mari: The weather definitely plays a role in filming in the open. For example, this winter we had no snow so it would have been very difficult to make a snow-related photoshoot. I had times when during the shooting it started to rain and the team had to stop shooting and hide from the rain.
OG: What is your opinion about Lewd cosplay? Is for just profit or artistry?
Mari: I am not much into lewd or nude cosplay and I know for sure that I will not make such photos myself. I don’t judge anyone, it’s a choice for each and if the person enjoys doing it, then why not. I root for aesthetics, a naked body can be shown very beautifully and aesthetically pleasing, and you can also take photos that would look like snippets from cheap porn.
OG: Should young girls do Lewd or Burlesque photos from the demands of their fans?
Mari: Often girls would do 18+ cosplay due to high demand and thus a higher income. I only accept 16+ cosplay in lingerie. I am often asked about adult content on Patreon but I always say that there will be no such thing. Yes, I understand that you can make more money on it but for me, cosplay is more of a hobby than work. I try to post 2-3 shoots a month on Patreon, 1-2 cosplay videos but still, this isn’t my main source of income.
OG: Let’s get sticky. Have you ever done Body Paint for a character?
Mari: I myself never painted the whole body, only the face for Harley Queen’s harlequin costume and painted tattoos on my whole body for Jinx. I helped the painting body of other cosplayers though.
OG: Would you like to be recognized as a talented cosplay artist or beautiful sexy model?
Mari: Of course, I would like to be recognized but there is another side of it. When the fans track down girls’ addresses and stalk them; now this is scary. I am for adequacy; you need to understand that cosplayers are also people and they need their personal space. I had some Russian subscribers recognize me at festivals, exhibitions or in the subway. That was very sweet.
OG: Here’s a question I found in a fortune cookie. Are all the cosplay outfits you create are the reflections of your personality? Or is your personality a reflection of the cosplay outfits you wear?
Mari: I think my personality is a reflection of the cosplay outfits I wear. Each person is unique and this is reflected in their work and creativity. T
OG: What’s been your most difficult/expensive outfit ever?
Mari: The most expensive cosplay was Xayah from League of Legends because it took a lot of fabric for feathers, bird legs, fur ears. I had skulls that were printed on a 3D printer. As I already mentioned, the most difficult costume for me was Lineage II, and also KDA Ahri. Her costume is made of latex, and it’s not easy to put it on, I do it using the silicone (polish).
OG: How did you create your cosplayer name, Mari Evans?
Mari: My nickname is a combination of the shorter version of my name and an American family name that I really like. If I lived abroad, I would totally officially change my name to Mari Evans.
OG: How has your fan base treat you among the social media of life?
Mari: My fans are very nice, I try to answer everyone so they often write me compliments and they say that I am the first cosplayer to talk to them and therefore they love me very much.
OG: You must have friends who do cosplay, how else are they going to keep up with you?
Mari: Most of my friends also do cosplay. I have friends outside of cosplay as well (we call them “цивилы” (civilians)), we just talk on other topics than cosplay. I am a well-rounded person, I have many interests, so I can always keep up the conversation. The friends who are aware of my hobby admire my work and support me. Many do not understand cosplay cause it’s an expensive thing but they don’t criticize it either.
OG: Ok, I have a confession to make. I absolutely love your Super-girl cosplay ( I’m fan jizzing here). It is very classy and yet sexy.
Mari: Thanks! I share the views of Super Girl, she is a fair and strong heroine. For the same reasons I also love Wonder Woman.
OG: My burning question. Are you the owner of some sort of inked artwork or piercing on you?
Mari: I don’t have tattoos but I hope to get something Harry Potter related one day because I love this universe with all my heart. I have a piercing though; I have my navel and my tongue pierced; it doesn’t give me any trouble when it comes to cosplay.
OG: Are you able to profit from your cosplay or artwork? Or do you suffer like the rest of us?
Mari: I only make money on Patreon, on the sales of the prints and when I work in cosplay at events but this doesn’t cover the costs for the creation of the costume. I hope in the future I’ll increase my income and possibly even become a full-time cosplayer. Then I will be able to bring more ideas to life.
OG: How does Mari Evans motivate herself to do the things she does?
Mari: I am very dependent on the weather. I feel a surge of strength when it’s sunny, and I feel lazy when it’s cloudy and rainy. We don’t have much sun in Moscow so you have to motivate yourself to work. My remedies are a cup of fresh delicious coffee, a training session, a relaxing massage, a walk in the fresh air, an interesting book and talking to friends help me as well.
OG: Is exercise a big part of your lifestyle?
Mari: I train 2-3 times per week. I do strength training at the gym, do stretching in a group, sometimes I go to yoga or to the pool. I used to do power pole dancing and acrobatics. I am against diets and restrictions. Whenever you forbid yourself something, you yearn for it even more. I eat intuitively and my goal is to maintain my weight, I count calories according to the IIFYM system when I want to lose or gain weight. I try to eat 80% of a functional food (the one that provides energy) and 20% of food for pleasure if I crave for some.
OG: Now that the world is quarantined, what sort of plans do you have going in now?
Mari: Now it’s a very difficult time to plan but I believe that everything will work out soon and we will return to normal life. In the near future when the quarantine is over, I plan to do cosplay based on a figure of Ciri and kitsune, Black Cat from Spider-man, Kim Possible and Harley Quinn from the new series. Also, I plan to little by little finish my Warcraft and Dota 2 cosplay. I have lots of plans so follow my social media to not miss anything <3.
OG: You should really do a calendar, what say you?
Mari: Perhaps I will make an art book or a calendar when I go to a foreign festival so that everyone can buy it and add it to their collection.
OG: What sort of advice can you bestow a new and inspiring cosplayer?
Mari: I advise all beginner cosplayers to strive for their dreams. Do not pay attention to the criticism of your acquaintances, they simply do not understand your views and hobbies. You get to live only once so live in a way that you won’t regret missed opportunities. At first, something may not work out for you – this is normal! All children first learn to crawl and only after that they start making real steps. We are not born with perfect makeup, sewing and posing skills. It’s just an experience.
Mari: The more you do, the better you will get. Don’t get upset and don’t give up, try again and again, and again, and in the end, you will get an awesome result!
Time we ask Mari Evans Cosplay our, “So-Far OutRight Just-Geeky questions!”
OG: Can you tell if someone is Russian without ever meeting or speaking a word to them?
Mari: Yes, it is easy to spot a Russian person by their appearance. I don’t know how but foreigners often start to talk to me in Russian. Apparently, we have some distinguishing features. But it’s very funny when people get surprised when I tell them my nationality, they are like: “Are you Russian?? I thought you were from America like me!” But this mostly happens online.
OG: What’s Mari Evans’s favorite dance groove when there’s a cure for the CoronaVirus?
Mari: Oh, it’s a very special victory dance that no one can see. Even me.
OG: Would you ever be a secret agent for a day?
Mari: I am too honest; I doubt I’d make a good secret agent 🙂 I would be very nervous and it would quickly give me away. But the experience would be interesting, of course.
OG: I’m told Russian women absolutely love to cook? What’s your favorite meal you loved to cook?
Mari: Not all girls like to cook and I’m one of them! Yeah, I can cook something tasty but I don’t enjoy it. For example, today I wanted to eat oladyi for breakfast. Do you know what oladyi are? They are similar to small pancakes but thicker. My signature dish is scrambled eggs, I can cook ten different types of it 🙂 Don’t tell anyone, it’s a secret but I even have a cooking diploma but still cooking is not for me. I like to eat more than I like to cook.
OG: Why in the world do Russian Women, in the dead of Winter, wear skirts or even wear heels?
Mari: I prefer practical and comfortable clothes so I wear heels only when I cosplay. I sometimes wear skirts and dresses but it’s usually for some occasions like when going to a theater or to a party. Heels are a terribly uncomfortable thing and can be even harmful when worn regularly. Girls want to be pretty and feminine.
OG: Do you believe in the Baba Yaga? And do you think it’s John Wick?
Mari: I don’t believe in fairytale creatures, maybe they once lived on earth but now they’re unlikely to exist, otherwise someone would have uploaded the sights of them to YouTube
OG: Russian people love to sing and dance. What celebrity would you sing and dance with?
Mari: I’m not the best dancer, and I don’t have any celebrity crushes but I would love to take a photo with any actor or actress from my favorite film or TV show!
OG: What scares Mari Evans at night?
Mari: As a child, I was afraid of darkness. It made me think of all the horror movies. Now I get scared only by realistic nightmares and by the sleep paralysis.
OG: Would you ever dress as a military Soviet soldier, just for fun?
Mari: I could probably wear it for some themed shooting.
OG: How many people have been killed in your country by Icicles?
Mari: There are no official statistics so I don’t know. But housing and communal services clean icicles or enclose the road under them so that no one gets hurt.
OG: If we were to visit Mari hometown, what places would you show us for a good time?
Mari: I live in the capital of Russia, in Moscow, so we have lots of cool places to visit! I would show Red Square and the Kremlin since those are the most famous sights of Moscow. I would take you to the observation deck in Moscow City to get a bird’s eye view of the whole city, and in the evening would arrange a bar-hopping. I myself drink very little, by the way.
OG: What myth or legend would you like to dispel about the women of Russia?
Mari: There’s one song that’s trending on Tik Tok: I’m just a simple Russian girl,
Mari: I’ve got vodka in my blood, So I dance with brown bears, And my soul is torn apart.
Mari: Sorry to burst your bubble but this is all one solid myth 🙂
OG: Do you know where the Amber Room is?
Mari: Now it’s in the Catherine Palace.
OG: What can one do in Russia for a day with only $100.00 US Dollars?
Mari: There were significant exchange rate changes sue to the recent situation so there are more opportunities for foreigners. You can go to the cinema, a museum or a theater, eat delicious food in inexpensive (or expensive haha) cafes and buy some souvenirs.
OG: What Superpowers would Mari Evans have to make the world a better place?
Mari: Immortality or regeneration. I think in years I would find a way to help this world with these powers. Teleportation also sounds tempting; you can return to the past or look ahead into the future.
OG: Have you ever walked the Krasnaya Polyana Valley sky bridge?
Mari: Nope, I haven’t been to Sochi yet. There is also bungee jumping there but I am afraid of heights and I will unlikely be keen on taking such an extreme activity.
OG: his sounds sinful. Chocolate Salami would that be something to eat for dinner?
Mari: Is it sinful that I’ve never tried it before? Now that’s definitely on my to-eat list after looking at all the photos on the web! Maybe not for dinner tho but more I’ll say after I try it 😉
OG: How many pieces of Syrniki can you fill your mouth completely?
Mari: Surprised that you know about Syrniki. I call them Cheese pancakes in English. I think 1,5 Syrniki is a maximum but it will depend on their size 🙂
OG: What cosplay wear would Mari Evans wear while skiing down the mountain slopes?
Mari: I wear a skiing suit when snowboarding.
OG: Is Mari Evans military trained for combat? Or at least knows how to fire a gun?
Mari: No, I’ve never held a real weapon in my hands, I only shot in a shooting range with a rifle. I’m pretty well-aimed!
OG: Is there anything in your country Mari Evans could change for the better?
Mari: I started to take a closer look at the environment; I try to sort the garbage. This year the containers for the recyclable waste were put into every yard and I am very glad about that.
OG: What sort of training outfit does Mari Evans use to hurt someone’s ego?
Mari: None, I try not to turn people’s brains but rather help them.
OG: What Is Your Biggest Pet Peeve?
Mari: Where do I begin…
Mari: I get really angry when people try to jump the queue to the cash register or to the doctor.
Mari: I also really love animals, and when I see that they are being treated with violence, being injured, taken poor care of, etc; tears well up in my eyes straight away.
OG: If your country was giving away a free vacation for a month, where would you fly to?
Mari: I would travel to the USA or Japan, drive around different cities, try to find new friends.
Mari: Do you really want to make me cry?
OG: This question often gets mixed results. Can I Have a Hug?
Mari: If we ever meet, yes <3
OG: Thank you so much, Mari Evan! That interview is in Tha Books! If we could ask one more question and ask where can our readers get more of Mari Evans.
Mari: Thank you so much for the change to share with you all. Of course, you can more of Mari Evans at these websites of mine.
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