My greatest strength is my inherent trust in everybody I meet.
My greatest weakness is the exact same thing. When people figure the whole trust thing, depending on the person, I get taken advantage of pretty regularly.
I spent four years in the US Navy living in a 120 person berthing; sleeping in what was essentially a coffin, stacked three high, with a whole bunch of stank-ass, foul mouthed, racist, navy sailors. I’m 100% sure I can get along with anybody in a car for a month or two.
I’m not really giving up anything huge; a couple of bar trivia nights with friends, and the same food every week because it’s cheap and healthy.
There is nothing that I HAVE to see. There are many things that I would like to see such as my parents in VA, my sister in CO, Mt Rushmore, Niagara Falls, and other touristy type things. I’ve always been a big fan of eating challenges, seeing how much or how quickly I could eat a certain amount of food. I would love to really get off the beaten path as well I see legit small town America up close and personal.
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I have slight lactose intolerance, but as long as I’m not chugging gallons of milk or drinking a super double X-tra thick oreo mocha milk shakes at every turn, I should be fine.
My favorite food that I can’t buy in the store would most likely be a double double with animal style fries from In-N-Out Burger.
I made eggs over medium this morning they were tasty.
It was Christmas of 2000 and we were leaving the house to go and spend time with my grandparents in Dover, NH. Being a pretty hyper kid at the time I decided that the best way to get to the driveway was to jump over the railing that seperated the front door and driveway. My foot caught and I went crashing down to the pavement. My wrist hurt for a bit, but then the pain went away so we continued the day. Around lunch time my Dad noticed that my wrist was starting to swell up. He ended up taking to the ER where I found out that I had chipped my left distal radius, which is that little bump on the outside of your wrist.