I'm just another normal white teenager who enjoys spending a lot of time on the Internet. Unless you count that I have Asperger's Syndrome. Or that I'm VERY into choir and musical theater. Or that I play Elder Scrolls obsessively. Or...yeah, I'm really not that normal.
My aspirations are to go on and do something with music, whether it be in musical theater, being a choir instructor, or maybe even teaching voice lessons or something of the sort.
I can also quote every single episode of Arrested Development.
Cheetahben features examples of:
- Adorkable: A friend actually used this exact term to define me.
- Ambiguously Gay: Don't get me wrong, I'm not.
- Audio Erotica: I have a very deep bass voice with a fair amount of vibrato.
- Berserk Button: When people dismiss singing as "easy." Because it's NOT.
- Beware the Nice Ones: I've been known to hit with incredibly hard punches, but only when I get really mad.
- Big Eater: I can easily polish off three cans of Pringles in one sitting.
- Character Tics: I brush my bangs out of my eyes when I get nervous, even if I recently got a haircut.
- Cool Loser: I tend to get along with just about everyone, just don't actively hang out with anybody...unless it's choir people.
- Cursed with Awesome: Asperger's actually has given me a few advantages...meeting a wonderful counselor, learning things at an incredibly fast and adept rate, and communicating more fluently through writing and drawing.
- Deadpan Snarker: My mom says I'm even smartass while texting.
- Geek Physiques: 6 feet tall, 30-inch waist.
- Gentle Giant: I have a really tall appearance, but I'm honestly a really big hugging kind of guy.
- Ho Yay: I've spanked other guys, given other dudes piggy-back rides, and give long and awkward hugs to male friends purposefully. It makes the fangirl heart aflutter.
- Mistaken for Gay: Having a somewhat effeminate speaking voice and being into musical theater kinda makes that happen a lot.
- True Companions: I consider my group of friends as this. Even when petty arguments break out, we just put that all aside in the end.