Just like a chewing gum that gets stuck to your soles, being different - and I am sure the majority of the gay/bi community has experienced the same - has stuck to me throughout my whole life. I was always 'different' and it came with just as many sorrows as it has caused me pleasures. But the best part is that actually, in fact, we're all different. Only the ones who change the world live by it though.
And that's how I approach my work.
I am always impatient and I am aware that sometimes I really need to make sure to not let my emotions impact my decisionmaking too much because I am a passionate one. I usually eat too fast, I run crazy sprints on the treadmill and I usually already laugh my balls off when the person hasn't even gotten to the punch line of their joke yet. No worries though, for the certain 'moments' I certainly do take my time.
And if you had three different wines in front of you, I'd be the medium bodied one, (not bone-) dry, earthy that has an original and acquired bouquet but a pineapple finish.
I secretly dislike everyone who doesn't know Belle and Sebastian, I read out loud in between two lines and I find nothing more uncomfortable than underwear and tuition.