Little K, you beat me to it. I wrote my answer to Tracy's already so I'll include it since it took awhile.
Most embarrassing moment: I was walking out of the cafeteria in high school and lunch was over so there was a mass of people in the hallway. I wasn't paying attention, tripped and did a Superman type dive complete with a 6 foot slide to a halt. Not a good day.
I love Salvador Dali. His work is so intricate, the colors so vibrant. Every time I look at his paintings I notice new things about them. My favorite paintings of his are called "Girl with Curls" (a tad risque) and "One Second Before Awakening from a Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate" (even more risque). I only wish I had the brains and talent to convey the history, nuance, pop culture, mystery and social commentary that Dali's paintings do, with just a glance.
John William Waterhouse is another favorite of mine. His paintings are just as intricate as Dali's but in a completely different way. He is known for painting the female characters of famous stories. I love the paintings he did of Ophelia from Hamlet and the Lady of Shalott from an Alfred, Lord Tennyson ballad. Waterhouse paints these characters the way I see them in my head and they look like they could walk right out of the frame.
Who is the one person, real or fictional, close to you or a stranger, that you'd really like to yell at, argue with or smack upside the head? And why? Be specific!