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100 Things About Me, parts 76 – 100


76. I cheat at Uno.
77. I believe a good moustache is trickier than it looks.
78. I judge books by their cover.  And their weight.  And how they’ll look on my shelf.
79. What happened to Kevin Costner?  Is there a life-lesson here I’m missing?
80. I like baseball because it ties me to history.  I like college football because it ties me to tradition.
81. I nearly severed my thumb playing basketball in the fifth grade.  Didn’t even hurt until it came time to clean it and stitch it.
82. I think that finding a good barber is a rite of manhood.
83. I’m not sure if it’s better to be the Quarterback or the Offensive Coordinator.
84. I usually only read a book by a new author if they have more in the series.  I hate waiting for the next book to come out.
85. I once took a picture of someone being rather inappropriate with a Ronald McDonald statue.  This should have been strike 3 against that person.
86. I love Legos. Still.
87. Escalators should be more fun.  I should be able to slide up and down the handrail.
88. When things get awkward, I laugh.  A lot.  Awkward = funny with me.
89. My zodiac profile says I’m two-faced.  I call it versatile.
90. I can’t open my eyes under water.  They’re slanty and the water shmushes them.
91. I’m allergic to empty beer glasses/bottles.
92. “Smell ya later” is a closing I’ve tried to make happen a few times.
93. I am excellent at putting electronics together.  Less so at putting gametes together.
94. I will judge you by how you take your eggs.
95. When I doodle, I always draw shapes first, then figure out what I can make from it.
96. I do not like to text in short form: I feel bad writing “ur” instead of “your” or “you’re”
97. My orange t-shirts have been stolen the most often.
98. I have been in love a few times but my heart has only been broken twice- and both times it was worth it.
99. I like roasting marshmallows in theory.  In practice, I make them into fiery lumps of sugar.
100. John > Paul.  I have a friend and an uncle named Paul, but I once had a very serious boss named John. 

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