Eight Random Gay Mormon Facts About Me

09 July 2007
I have been called out by Abelard, so here it goes. I hope you enjoy these random facts about me.

THE RULES
  1. All right, here are the rules.
  2. We have to post these rules before we give you the facts.
  3. Players start with eight random facts/habits about themselves.
  4. People who are tagged write their own blog about their eight things and post these rules.
  5. At the end of your blog, you need to choose eight people to get tagged and list their names. Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them they’re tagged, and to read your blog.
I have had a hard time choosing facts/stories about me because my life is full of randomness. I hope that I chose the best ones so all of you can have a good laugh and get to know me better.
  1. I have been a swimmer for 7 years (if it isn't obvious by all of my pictures). In that time, I have been a state champion multiple times, hold the 100 back record for my high school, been a team captain for 3 years, been a Far Western champion, been to Sectionals and placed in the top 16, qualified for Junior Nationals, and tried out for the BYU Men's Swim Team (I didn't make the team, but I was the last person cut from the team).
  2. My senior year of high school, I was pretty much an ultra-nerd! I was president of the Calculus Club, Phun Physics Phriday Club, and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). I was also a member of the Pajama Pants Tuesday Club and a member of NHS. I am sure I was in other clubs, but these are the ones I remember the most.
  3. I own five thongs decorated with hearts, kissed, and whatever else you want to think about. Last year, I was a coach for my high school (I am going to be coach again next year) and my swimmers thought it would be fun to buy me thongs and decorate them. I had to wear them to every meet or else the whole team would freak out. It was fun. :)
  4. When I was little, all of my best friends were girls and I would play Barbies with them all the time. In fact, I did not stop playing with them until I was eight!
  5. If I have the opportunity to play with dead animals or humans, I take the chance. What I mean playing with dead animals and humans is that I enjoy dissecting them! It is one of my favorite past times. Slicing into something that used to be living and looking at its' insides is amazing! I love it!
  6. I have been a drag queen for a couple of hours. I dressed up like an old woman for a presentation in one of my classes in Fall semester and I got a girl's phone number out of it. Now, I am really good friends with her and who knows, it might turn into something more.
  7. I am in love with the T.V. show Alias! It has so many hot people in it. It mad me really sad when it ended after five seasons... I miss you Alias!
  8. I used to play football and I played on the defensive and offensive line. It is really ironic because I was one of the smallest people on the team and I was on the line. I, however, was one of the hardest hitters and I would never give up, even if the other person was huge. I was really good at football and I made few of people cry because of how hard I hit them. I actually made a person quit the team (by accident). It was a lot of fun, but I loved swimming more so I quit. (I think the reason why I hit people so hard was because it was a way to get my anger at life out and let me tell you I had a lot for a twelve, thirteen, and fourteen year old).
That is it for me. I call out: John, Danish Boy, Odd, Charlie (even though you are not gay), Caspian, Just Some Dude (hopefully you will see this and respond), Le Mec, and Original MoHomie.

2 comments:

Abelard Enigma said...

... and I would play Barbies with them all the time

Ohmygosh, I used to play barbies too! I had a girlfriend when I was 9, and we would go over to her house and play barbie.

Here are a couple of my favorite YouTube videos: Barbie Girl Song and The Gay Barbie Song

I used to play football

Shhh, talk like that might get you kicked off the island.

I once talked to my coach about joining the football team. I was always a big kid and people used to tell me I should play football. But, the coached talked me out of it. Basically, he told me, in a way that only a coach can, that I was too much of a wuss (and [sigh] he was probably right).

Charlie said...

LOL this is hilarious and now of course I am going to make my own post.. hmm but eight people? I don't even know that many here in blogger land..