I do think talking about yourself in these boxes is incredibly silly. At points I feel like to write a good summary here, one basically needs to embrace their inner solipsistic asshole and let the world revolve around them long enough to crap one out. With that in mind, here goes nothing.
My name is Brandon. I'm a pretty average dude, doing average things. I'm not a super hero, I've never been bitten by a radioactive spider. I don't have superpowers, nor am I a rich, genius inventor philanthropist with badass armor suits that fly me around the world. I'm a human being. I have faults. I keep my head shaved because male pattern baldness is a thing, and I was lucky to be born with a round head that doesn't look lumpy. I'm in the process of losing some weight, but aren't we all? I'm trying to have a more active lifestyle, and since my job is somewhat physically demanding, it has helped to jump-start that goal.
I like to write, but it's mostly relegated to jokes and comedy related things lately as I work up the nerve to get up and talk at an open-mic night. Stage fright is real, and I know it's something I need to get over.
I've been going to university on and off since I graduated high school, still trying to find something I want to latch myself onto. It's a love/hate relationship, but right now I just don't want to throw money at something that I'm not quite sure about. It's frustrating to say the least.
I really do like people. Since I'm moving in a few months, I don't know if I'm super interested in pursuing a serious relationship, but I do want to meet new people and maybe have some fun adventures along the way.
I love to get lost in the details. I prefer things like practical effects to CG. I like the warmer, wider sound of vinyl to the often sterile sounds of a CD. I think chain pizza places are kind of gross (but pizza is still pizza). I like the grain of movies shot on film. I like loud, vacuum tube guitar amps. I like the feeling of holding a book in my hands (but I have a Kindle for convenience sake). I like hand drawn animation. I love the look of old, low resolution video games. I think a pair of Chuck Taylors with a decent set of insoles are the most comfortable shoes ever.