1) I'm the oldest of 4 brothers. I'm 25, I have a 21yr old and a 19yr old brother, my youngest brother is 6years old. He's like my best friend. When I take him out with me people always think he's my son.
2) A year ago a friend I decided to start a band together. So far we have not made any music, we just talk about cool stuff we'll do and then sort of forget about it for a while. All we really have is our name, Gallows vs Guillotine. One day we'll actually make some songs.
3) My childhood name was Scooter, because when I was a baby instead of crawling I usually scooted around on my bottom.
4) I moved around a lot as a kid, I've attended about 9 different schools from 1st grade to High school. High school was the only school I went to from beginning to end.
5) I consider myself an "open-minded skeptic", I don't believe in anything unproven, but I don't rule it out either. When I was a teenager, home alone, I saw a phenomena that's referred to as a "shadow person". An owner-less humanoid shadow in my hallway. It was only a few seconds but it creeped me the hell out. Maybe it was just my mind playing tricks on me or an optical illusion or something.
6) All my life people have told me I should be a stand-up comedian. I fantasize about it but I don't have the nerve to stand on stage in front of a room full of strangers and try to make them laugh. So I write instead, put funny on paper.
7) I write screenplays that I want to direct and produce some day. Either live action or animated.
I'm a huuuuge comic book geek. I grew up on Spider-Man and other Marvel comics. Nowadays I tend to buy a lot of the more mature non-superhero related graphic novels. I'd really recommend them to people who've never given them a chance. Check out Blankets by Craig Robertson, it's a growing up/love story.
9) For about 6 months I worked as an English tutor at a tutoring center. I enjoyed it, I really got along with the kids and started to think of them as like little cousins or something. They were mostly Asian, mostly Korean, and I got to learn how to pronounce a lot of Asian surnames like Ng (prounced ing like in "joking") and Xu (pronounced like shoe). I miss those kids.
10) After that for a year I worked as a "telefundraiser". I sat there all day and called people who were past members and donors of various non-profit organizations (like PBS, museums, naral, sierra club, the wilderness society, glaad, 21st century democrats, and even Obama) and asked them to give again. I really hated this job, no matter how polite I was most of the people were just extremely rude to me. One guy got so angry that I'd called him that he said he'd kill me and rape my wife and children if I had them, haha. There was a lot of pressure at that job to basically harass people when they said no and try to turn them around. I had a hard time doing that because that's just not my personality to just keep pestering people even though they've already given them my answer. I was eventually fired for that reason. My boss was teary eyed about firing me, I guess he felt bad to let me go, but I didn't care, I was actually relieved, haha. Only good part of that job were my coworkers, they were mostly all awesome people.
Was that a bazillion words?