22. Boston.

My favorite things are comedy, baseball and pizza.

Talk to me, I'm usually not so bad.

 

I don’t have cable

Is a phrase that, in my life, has gone through three meanings.

The first being, I’m a kid with mean parents who won’t let me watch Cartoon Network. Can I come over and pretend to do homework at your place?

The next: I’m way cooler than you and don’t rot my brain with this foolishness.

And now: I watch Netflix all the time.

My development as a social science major

Freshman Year: I'll totally be able to get a job. I have so many options! I could teach, do research, or non-profit.

Junior Year: I don't even care that I won't be able to get a high-paying job. It's about helping people.

Post-Grad Summer: Please hire me I will do literally anything. Give me all your data I will enter it. Who wants coffee? Who wants me to flip a coin?

Sportz

A lot of people are surprised when they learn I like sports. Apparently I give off a much more nerdy vibe (and apparently those two don’t mesh).

But I will have you know that as a kid, I played a game called MLB Showdown that was a simulation/strategy card game with a 20-sided die. And still to this day I keep a bunch of different spreadsheets with rosters and trades and stuff. 

Don’t you dare think I’m not a complete dork about this. 

What’s the German word for instant regret, but also amusement?

What’s the German word for instant regret, but also amusement?

Just watched this episode. They both broke at the same time and it was amazing.

Just watched this episode. They both broke at the same time and it was amazing.

My dog Miles was the cutest and sweetest dog ever and he died 2 years ago today and I miss him. I still push my plate away from the edge of the table to this day.

(So as not to leave my sister out of that picture, that’s the photo we sent her the day she got engaged)