My name isn’t published any more. I am now older, and in the professional “real” world. It doesn’t mean I’m no longer a blonde-haired, greened-eyed female standing at almost 5 feet 8 inches. I have an athletic build that is sometimes called “thick.” I still am…but maybe with a little extra layer of love.
Intimate details end there. I don’t want to get you too excited. The truth is that when I wrote this, I was a typical college kid. I studied Public Relations at Boston University and graduated May 2011. I am a proud alum of the BU Women’s Lacrosse Team.
What makes me different from the rest of you: I am convinced that humans are weird. Have you ever gone to a public place and observed the people around you? Do it. Then you will see the knowledge I am blessed with: we are all a bunch of weirdos.
I am out here on the web to share with you all my insight about these fellow freaks of mine. My plan is to get to you to start thinking about the way we act. In my opinion, no one is normal. Normal is all relative. If you are reading this, it’s because some how the topic of weird humans somehow relates to you. That’s definitely not normal.
Please not only enjoy but take part. If I’m right, you have recently noticed something or someone who struck you as weird. I’m weird. Are you? Let’s chat.