Of course, what kind of 2017 teenager would I be if I didn't love YouTube? Not only does it highlight just how much I qualify as trash, it's one of my favorite pastimes if I cant be with friends or fence. Sometimes, certain topics or videos will also inspire me to try and make or write something, or something along those lines
While it may seem unlikely for somebody as antisocial seeming as myself, my friends are actually incredibly important to me. I find that having friends can help get you through some tough situations, and can make most, if not all situations much more enjoyable.
One of my most identifiable traits, behind fencing and maybe my hairstyle, is probably my sense of humor. As you may have guessed, it consists of 90% terrible puns. Some people are infuriated by them, and others are cool and decide to pretend to laugh. Either way, I thoroughly enjoy making people cringe as hard as they possibly can
There are 3 children in my family, all boys, and I happen to be the middle child. Being the middle, both of my bothers see me as the closest person to them, age-wise, and they are incredibly different people, which has taught me how to deal with drastically different types of people, in very different ways.
Now, I'm sure most, if not all of us, want to continue progressing in one way or another, be it technology, societal issues, or collective knowledge as a species. I think the way to progress is to make a solution to all these things, more specifically, to understand a problem enough to be able to solve it. This is why I love to ask questions. I want to solve problems and understand them thoroughly. I suppose a one word description of me in this aspect would be curious.
Many people who know me well know that fencing is one of my biggest passions. Some would even go so far as to say that I have a bit of an obsession, Not to say that's a bad thing; fencing improves many skills such as reaction time, discipline, and strategic thinking, among other things. However, I enjoy it for far more reasons than just the logical benefits from it. I love being able to compete in a duel with an opponent in a test of who has the faster and smarter mind, instead of body. Just the sound of a ref saying the words, "en garde" is enough to get my blood pumping. I'm also very glad that I can be as aggressive as I please, and let out any anger I've had bottled up, instead of letting it out on people I care about and causing issues. Overall, fencing keeps me happy and calm, and is one of my greatest passions