NRL.com had a conversation with young Newcastle Knights forward Korbin Sims...
What's your favourite word? Baby (pronounces it beh-be). It's just the way me and 'Mase' (Willie Mason) fool around. We just call each other baby all the time.
What's your least favourite word? I don't have one! I've never really thought about that before.
What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? Heavy metal music
What turns you off? People being rude or ignorant
What's your favourite swear word? Shit.
What sound or noise do you love? A whistle. Whistling out to people is always funny, watching people trying to figure out where it's coming from.
What sound or noise do you hate? Like when something scratches on metal and it makes that real sharp noise, sends tingles down your back.
What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? I'm doing a carpentry course at the moment but if I had to choose one probably a musician. I reckon it would be pretty cool to learn how to play music; I'd love to learn the piano.
What profession would you not like to attempt? Referee. That's torture.
And if Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates? [Laughs] Probably 'Welcome my son' or 'Welcome my brother', something like that.
Prior to making his NRL debut in Round 3, 2013, Korbin Sims was better known as Ashton and Tariq's little brother, not to mention having an older sister in Ruan who was a dual international in her own right.
The Gerringong born-and-raised junior has since made headlines by pledging his Origin allegiances to Queensland while his brothers remain staunchly blue and the three boys proudly lined up for Fiji in last year's World Cup, honouring the nation of their mother's birth.
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