Nangbaby (nangbaby) wrote,

Damn you, Dam...

Oh, well, let me tell people all my business, but don't you dare tell anyone this stuff, or I will know where it came from!

1) How old were you?
THEN: 17
NOW: 27

2) Where did you go to school?
THEN: Perry Traditional Academy
NOW: I'm not in school

3) Where did you work?
THEN: None, I was a student
NOW: Essentially a file clerk at an undisclosed location

4) Where did you live?
THEN: Pittsburgh, PA
NOW: Pittsburgh, PA

Was there a fifth question?

6) Did you wear braces?
THEN: No, I was just about to start wearing them in a few weeks,
NOW: No, but I still wear my retainer.

7) Did you wear contacts?
NOW: No. I can't stand touching my eye.

8) Did you wear glasses?
NOW: Yes, different ones though.

9) Who was your best friend?
THEN: None.
NOW: None

10) What were your pets?
THEN: Charlie, a cockateel
NOW: None

11) Who was your boyfriend/girlfriend?
THEN: None
NOW: None

12) Who was your celebrity crush?
THEN: The Rock
NOW: None. I've had crushes, but they've been all short-lived, and decreasing in frequency.

13) Who was your regular-person crush?
THEN: Nathaniel Watts, a guy whom I shared a birthday with
NOW: None. Any person who I met whom I had even the slightest bit of interest in is taken. Unlike most people, that kills any desire toward their company.

14) How many piercings did you have?
THEN: None
NOW: None

15) How many tattoos did you have?
THEN: None
NOW: None

16) What was your favorite band/singer?
THEN: None, I didn't listen to music.
NOW: None, I still don't listen to music.

17) Had you smoked cigarettes?

18) Had you gotten drunk?
NOW: No. I've drunk alcohol, but it tastes like poison, so I can't drink enough to even get a buzz.

19) Had you DRIVEN?
THEN: No, I didn't even have my permit.
NOW: Yes, but not much.

20) If so which car?
THEN: None
NOW: Currently, a 2002 Lincoln LS and a 2008 Buick Enclave. The cars are not mine, though, so I don't get to drive them very often.

21) Looking back, are you where you thought you would be in 2008?
Not at all. I assumed that by now, I would be on my way to making millions with my innovative video games, published two or three novels for fun (not for profit), and most likely in a long-term relationship. Instead, I'm single, broke, and unproductive in all aspects of my life. When I graduated high school, I had hope. Over the years, life has taught me that hope sucks.

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