Saleswoman at Harley-Davidson of Clayton County
TJ has a certain girl-next-door charm, but she’s way hotter than any neighbor you’ve known. Trust us. She’s sweet yet tough, all-American with an edge. “She brings out the wild side in me,” her nominator wrote. “She is every man’s quenchable desire. That’s the girl you want on the back of your bike.” We couldn’t agree more.
What’s the last book you read?
The Debutante Divorcee.
Name one band from the past you wish you’d seen live.
The Black Crowes, hands down.
What’s your favorite article of clothing?
Probably my Harley belt and buckle.
What would you do with $100,000?
I’d rent a private jet, go pick up my family, and take us to Mexico, probably Cabo. And we’d chill out until I figured out how to spend the rest.
Choose between the following superpowers: flight or invisibility.
Definitely invisibility — because then I could get you from behind and you’d never know!
Name three things that are part of your regular diet.
Starbucks’ grande white mocha, water, and Mexican.
What’s the worst thing someone can do on a date?
It feels like forever since I’ve been on a date. The worst thing someone could do is talk about how they miss their ex so much.
What’s your favorite karaoke song?
“Family Tradition” by Hank Williams Jr.
What’s your worst vice?
If you could live in any movie, which would it be?
Oh my god, The Notebook! I’m obsessed with Allie and Noah.
If you could live in any decade, which would it be?
Ooh, the ‘70’s! You have your rock n’ roll, your Kiss and Detroit Rock City — but then you also have disco! I would be torn. I would be all about discoing down at Studio 54, but I would still be into Kiss, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and all that. I would love it all!
What’s the best thing in Georgia to show out-of-towners?
Oh my gosh, what isn’t there? I’m going to Savannah this month for the first time — I’ve been waiting, like, two and half years. I would definitely say an alligator farm, where you can go down to South Georgia and see the reptiles. Or the shopping, the food, Piedmont Park. Shoot, I wouldn’t even really know, because I still feel like a visitor myself. That’s what I love about this place.
If you could change anything about Atlanta, what would it be?
That it’s OK not to drink sweet tea. Not everybody has to like sweet tea!
I have a question specifically for Jeff Moore. firstname.lastname@example.org
No offense meant at all to other bars/restaurants/pioneers down on Edgewood. My statement about taxis…