I like to sing. I like to act (a more elegant form of lying). I like to eat. I like to spend time in front of a screen that flashes a bunch of pretty colors in front of my face. I wish I were good at playing piano.
I'm in that strange "what do I do" phase that many experience after finding themselves out of school for the first time in 16 years. Until I figure that out, I've started a YouTube channel with the incredibly refreshing and novel premise of two friends playing video games. I do most of the editing, I design intros and outros and backgrounds, I write the occasional skit and act as director and cinematographer when those skits need filmed, and I do most of our promotion on social media; my partner mostly just exists. I'm not sore about it. To pay the bills, I've got a decent job where I sit at a desk and wear a headset as I do nothing and stress about how I'm doing nothing.
The current plan is to move to Chicago once I get enough money to pay for an apartment, and immediately audition for every repertory company in the city. In my spare time I'd do small voiceover gigs until I became powerful enough to defeat both H. Jon Benjamin and Troy Baker and absorb their essence. Even if it doesn't work out like that, hopefully something good will happen; I've seemed to have pretty good luck so far.
I'm currently living in my hometown of Churubusco, IN, a.k.a Turtle Town, USA. Google it if you don't believe me. We're home to Indiana's second most famous cryptid, right behind Mike Pence.
I'm supposedly good at singing, and I'm still working on convincing myself of that, because whenever I try to listen to my own voice I swear to God some gremlin goes in with an audio editor and beats the ever-living crap out of it. But I like to sing (I mentioned that already), so that's why I've decided to do it for a living.
I'm also supposedly good at acting. Whether that's true or not has yet to be determined, and requires more testing in less volatile environments with controlled variables.
I'm not good at dancing. This is inconvenient.
I'm good at writing. I think. People seem to like it. I seem to like it. I am people.
I'm good at playing Resident Evil, which has helped me make friends. In a way, you could say that's the most important thing of all.
*The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky
*The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
Frankenstein - Mary Shelley
The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Scott Pilgrim series - Bryan Lee O'Malley
(I put the authors in case you got confused as to which The Great Gatsby I was talking about.)
*Denotes an angsty high school favorite I may not appreciate anymore upon a second reading
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Most Charlie Kaufman movies
Tommy Wiseau's The Room
Digimon: The Movie
Shaun of the Dead
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
R. Kelly's Trapped in the Closet
Orange is the New Black
The first half of Dexter
The first half of Glee
Specific seasons oF AHS
Rick & Morty
I Fight Dragons
Classical (Beethoven, Schubert, Wagner, Debussy)
Pop and rock and pop rock and things like that.
ALL OF THE FOOD.
Resident Evil series
Zero Escape series (999, Virtue's Last Reward, and Zero Time Dilemma)
I played Skyrim for a while, and it was really nice.
...now that my Smart-Ass Six are out of the way:
2) Interactive entertainment
4) People (in measured doses)
5) My mom's potato salad
6) A coat, because the Midwest is cold.
Or I'm at rehearsal. That happens a lot.
Just be warned, I may not respond, even if I like you. I'm still really nervous about this whole "talking to people" thing, and I'm a really shy person at first. That being said, if I do respond, that doesn't mean I don't like you. Well, it might, but I try to be really upfront about that sort of thing. I'm putting too much thought into this now. I should stop typing.