Day 6: “Write 30 interesting facts about yourself”
I went to a taping of The Jerry Springer Show this morning.
I was once on a kid’s quiz game show that didn’t air.
Since it didn’t air I was invited to be on a tri-state area kids was hosted by a then unknown Mario Cantone.
I won a prize on the show by finding a piano key in a cream pie.
I practiced for that obstacle for weeks at home prior to the show by eating all my desserts without utensils.
Therapy creeps me out and didn’t take each time I was made to try it.
I diagnosed my mother’s dyslexia after watching The Cosby Show. For serious reals!
I’m crazy for Christmas in an exceedingly corny way.
In college I had Yankees season tickets.
I have a teddy bear named after Stanley Kubrick.
I was raised an only child.
I have an adorable five year old sister.
I have an amazing older brother that I met 2 years ago.
My grandparents ran a foster home for most of my childhood.
Math always came really easy to me.
Despite being Puerto Rican, I failed a cycle of Spanish in High School.
I look at chaos and only see the order it could be.
The first time I dropped acid was in high school, and by that I mean, in the building that was my high school.
I usually read a few books at a time.
I’m obsessed with the Natural History Museum and go at least once every other month, if not more.
I thought high school was awesome, even though I fully expected it to be terrible.
I thought college was terrible, even though I was so hoping for it to be awesome.
I always seem to find myself on the opposite side of most people, and not in a “mainstream versus not mainstream” way, but in a “I think you are all crazy” way.
I haven’t seen most of the famous kids movies that everyone talks about.
I can’t watch westerns or films set in deserts or in that kind of color scheme.
My father once took me on a drug deal. No wait, twice.
I’ve worked at a lot of places that people wait in long lines to go to.
I want to learn to box.
I can’t swim.
I just learned how to ride a bike this year, but I’m not quite proficient yet.