Mmm, not really. I had a pretty good childhood I guess. I mean, there are some things I wish I hadn't done but that can't really be helped.
I love how people can change and be dynamic. I've seen the worst person turn into the best person in a second and I've seen th
Yes, I sang in front of 3500 people in a trio. I was happy to do it and as long as I don't focus on the crowd I'm good. I don't care what people think of me at all, so that also helps. But it was a bit nerve racking considering I hadn't practiced as much as the other two singers and yet, we all still did amazing. And when my solo came up, I let it rip and it was amazing!
Always. I am dyslexic and I still read A LOT. It sucks sometimes yes, but you learn far more by reading than doing most anything else if you're into the book.
My answer to this is going to be very dark and I apologize for that. But considering I've seen a lot of it in my life, I'll just say it. Death is beautiful to me. It's an end to something that was once good. It's not a bad thing either. Death renews life and allows something else to take that soul's place. So, death is my answer for so many reasons. People see death as ugly, and it sure can be, but the meaning behind it, it's very beautiful.
Sometimes yes. But most of the time, I don't dwell on it too much. There are many things I'd have done differently. Like paying attention in school, getting better grades, making better friends. Joining the Army sooner than I did.
That'd be me. I don't put faith in anyone because I don't want to be disappointed by them. That being said, I put all my faith into myself and I just can't get it right sometimes. That also means that whenever I fuck up, I let myself down hard. Like, falling off a 10 story building onto my head hard.
I miss having to make less decisions. Making my own decisions sucks and it's really hard to weight the options when you never really know the outcome of said decisions. So, that's probably what I miss the most.
I definitely would take Conor McGregor in that situation. That's 5 seconds of pain versus 2 hours of wanting to kill myself. And who knows, maybe I'd pull some magic out of my hat and shoot the guy like Indiana Jones vs the guy with the sword.
A lot of people have really. But the biggest one was when my parents told me I'd never amount to anything in life. I know that's not a parental thing to say but they said it. Now I'm in the Army making enough money to do whatever I want with my time and I have the time to do it sometimes. So, I proved them wrong as hell.
I have an iPhone. They're easier to use in my opinion.
It depends on why the person is rude really. If the waiter/ waitress is rude first, I believe it is justified but I try not to be rude.
I didn't really watch TV all that much. I played outside and played video games my entire life. So, when I did watch TV, it was always like Tom and Jerry, or other cartoons that are similar to it.
Unfortunately I do not. I speak English and that's it. I have wanted to learn more languages but I could never pick up on them.
There really wasn't a movie that scared me. I was always way to logical a thinker, even as a child. I never got scared because of movies or horror houses because I knew I couldn't be hurt or killed. So, if I had to choose one out of all of it... I'd have to say it was Jaws? I don't know, it seemed the most realistic to me at the time. I lived by the beach and went frequently so shark attacks were always possible.
Today I'm thinking I'm going to eat spaghetti with some meat sauce. Maybe some bread too. Lots and lots of bread. Why? I have no idea why. It just sounds really good. If not that I'm going to eat some Vietnamese.
I don't know. Yvette is pretty funny.
Love. Money doesn't mean shit to me. Love means everything. I've been preaching this since day one.
I think that's a better question for google. I'm not a cook book.
Yes. It's not bad, but boy do your hands hurt afterwards...
I used to be a 10. Me and my siblings were fish during the summer. However, I'm sitting at a 5-6 now because I haven't gone swimming in years.
56. That's the current number of contacts in my phone. It's not a lot but it's something. And 99.9% of all of them are for work.
When I was younger I was always afraid to do anything. I was afraid to go out and explore but I loved it. I was afraid to talk to new people on my own, but I did it. And I was afraid to just go out and do things. I would tell myself to have the courage to go out and do new things and meet new people and that life will be hard if you just don't... try to make a difference. I would tell myself to start my job sooner than I did, I would tell myself to give it everything I have and then I'd be farther than I am today. But I'm content with that. Not too many people can do what I do with my life. So I wouldn't inspire too much change.
That's a question that I just never really thought I'd have to answer. Honestly, I don't care if they do or not. It's not my choice and it's not like they're dying. So, either way, as long as they are safe, have food, get rest, it doesn't really matter to me.