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We asked Leif questions that YOU (the fans!) sent in via Facebook and Twitter. Check out what he had to say about his time in the game here!
Becky M.: What do you think your biggest mistake was?
Leif: My biggest mistake was not voting for Tarzan last night because everything else panned out just fine except that. Also, on the one immunity challenge that I gave immunity to Chelsea. I could have easily won it. I should have won it and gave it to Jay. I had no idea they were voting Jay out. That came as a huge surprise.
Amy C.: Leif did you have an alliance, or where you just banking on the fact that you weren't that big of a threat?
Leif: It was both. I did have a slight alliance with some of the girls, or so I thought. That deteriorated really fast. One of my strategies was just to keep the target off of my back as long as possible.
Antonette V.: Leif did you actually trust Tarzan and what did you think after finding out it was his vote that knocked you off?
Leif: I know Tarzan and I had always had a lot of stories between each other and we stayed close in our little alliance but I guess that was just a really good front that he was putting up. I thought I had convinced him to vote for Kim but it didn't pan out and she got me out. That hurts. It hurts a lot.
Danielle M.: What would you do differently?
Leif: Probably the one thing I would do differently is vote for Tarzan. That was the deal breaker.
Karl S.: Did you think that you would make it as far as you did?
Leif: I was very excited to have made it that far. Very humble and grateful, I gave it 100% and I didn't stop. Knowing that makes it a lot easier in the end.
Kathy L.: Leif, did you feel you were at a disadvantage in the game? You played with a lot of heart!
Leif: I guess one of the disadvantages that I felt in the game was not really being taken serious. I know being a little person is a lot harder to convince people of what you want and for people to take you serious. So that was hard and definitely a disadvantage.
Robi E.: What was harder, learning to make fire or learning to fish?
Leif: Luckily, I grew up learning how to fish... living in the wilderness and going camping a lot when I was younger came in handy. They were both pretty easy but I guess I would have to go with fire - making fire is easier.
Kathy R.: If given the chance Leif, would you play the game again?
Leif: In a heartbeat. I would play again. There is nothing more unique than being out there. It is the number one thing I have done in my entire life, tied with marrying my beautiful wife and having my daughter.