09 Oct Adshel’s ‘Who is’ Chris Toth?
Posted on October 9th, 2018 in Blog Posts
Meet Chris Toth, officially our tallest Adshelian! As a fun way to get to know our team, we ask them 15 quick and quirky questions to get to know them. Here we go…
So, who is Chris?
- Name one thing on your bucket list.
Visit the Seven Wonders of the World (one down, six to go).
- If you were to be famous, what would it be for?
NBA star – The Next LeBron James (I should probably start playing basketball…)
- What is one thing about you that tends to surprise people?
When I was a child, I wanted to become a jockey – but sadly ended up growing out of it.
- What’s your top nickname?
Toffy or Tother
- You’ve got 3 wishes, what are they for?
Number 1: To be half the sales manager Michelle Magdy is
Number 2: That Morgan Freeman would narrate my life
Number 3: Infinite wishes
- Favourite meal that you couldn’t go without?
Is coffee considered a meal? Otherwise, cheese
- Best restaurant that you’ve EVER been to around the globe?
- If you could live in a movie, what is it going to be?
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. It will make you reconsider the things that really matter in life and leave you with a serious case of the travel bug
- What’s your go to TV series?
How I Met Your Mother (life lessons and pop culture references galore)
- What was the first concert you ever went to?
The Wiggles with my parents. Probably explains my love of potatoes and banana
- Which word or phrase do you most overuse?
You’re a wizard, Harry
- What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you?
My Dad ingrained in me from a very young age that, “Relationships, above all else, are the pillars in business and life.”
- If your life was a book, what would it be called?
Fifty Shades of Sass
- Cheesiest quote EVER, what is it?
Any one of Michael Fenbury’s pickup lines…
- If you had to choose from 2 months without your phone. or 2 years without your fave food, what would the choice be?
2 months without my phone. I would honestly welcome the disconnect