Nicknames: Capt. Crunch, Superman, Big Top, & T-Bone (don’t ask)
Anagram of Your Name: Add Talon
Three things I couldn't live without:
(What to literal?)
Secret Talent: Anti-terrorist evasive driving.
Craziest Thing Ever Done: Told the truth.
Describe Yourself in One Word: Symmetrical.
Now in Spanish: Simetrico (How is that? And I don’t even speak Spanish.)
Worst Hairstyle: Mullet
Crime of Fashion: Acid washed jeans, pegged.
Name of Your Imaginary Band: Pure Feedback
What Instrument Do You Play: Lead Guitar
Dirty Little Secret: I am a big fan of Superman. I used to have an entire room devoted to Superman stuff.
If You Had to Have a Girl's Name, It Would Be: Gigi Mimibelle
Here's $10...You Buy: Can $10 buy you anything anymore?
Your Superhero Name ("The," your favorite color, the automobile your dad drives): The Blue Sienna
What Celebrity do People Say You Look Like? Matthew Perry from Friends.
The last thing that made me laugh out loud: Someone here at the office walked square into a wall. Not an invisible wall mind you. A solid wall. One of the funniest things ever.
Quote: ”Life isn’t about how many breaths you take, but how many moments that take your breath away.”
-- When a chain restaurant opens it's actually really exciting.
-- People in small towns don't put up with any BS.
-- And they are not afraid to put your BS on display for other people to make fun of.
-- No one's going to judge what kind of car you have…
-- Small town values are very real, and people aren't afraid to tell you about them.
-- Everyone knows everyone else's business, and you will not get away with any bad behavior.
-- And because everyone is up in the town's business, it tends to be a super safe place.
-- Sometimes you get so bored that it makes you want to scream.
-- But when you find some unexpected adventure, it feels like you've just won the damn lottery.
-- The rules of etiquette don't always apply in a small town, and that's kind of awesome.
-- Going out on the cheap is super easy.
-- Trying to date can sometimes feel hopeless, since everyone at the bars went to high school with you.
-- Fresh food is abundant, because it's probably in your backyard.
-- Since you're living in the middle of nowhere, you tend to be a lot closer to nature.
-- People in small town's watch out for each other.
-- And they tend to be scary nice without asking for anything in return.
-- Everyone shows up for local parades, and float planning can be filled with LOTS of small town drama.
-- Friday nights are all about high school sports, whether you like it or not.
-- Getting a driver's license is the most exciting thing in the world, because then there's the hope of road trips
Or at least being able to drive to the movies. Or to a friend's house. Or just drive around and listen to music, which is also awesome.
-- The school fair was a huge social event.
-- And the county fair was so beautiful it made you weep with happiness.
-- When people in a big city complain about anything, it sounds insane to you.
-- Sometimes it feels like everyone expects you to follow a very traditional path after high school, which can be annoying.
-- And the idea of moving to a different city seems incredibly tempting.
-- Regardless, deep down you know that being from a small town is something to be proud of.