I think good shape but my cardio sucks. I just don't have a running type body. I'm work out 6 days a week and eat healthy and still suck at running. Last time I ran 8 miles I had to stop and walk like 4 times.
Depends on the situation. If it's an aggressive situation I don't look away. If it's a normal situation where I might catch eye contact with a guy I just nod and look away. If it's a woman and she doesn't look away right away, I'd go say hi. Generally, just give a nod to people.
I'm a chef. I didn't really choose it, just kinda happened. I'd always washed dishes in high school and learned the basics of cooking and prepping. After high school I didn't really want to jump right into school. I'd say 90% of the people I knew at the time who went to school right away all ended up with useless degrees. So I continued cooking. And then a few years later I was thinking I should go back to school. But didn't. Just kept putting it off . Then after years of drinking, drugs and partying, I just kinda accepted that maybe I wasn't going to go, so stepped up my cooking education.
I'm surprised this blew up the way it did recently. I watched a show like 6 months ago talking about the tech on iphones and chipped credit cards etc monitoring peoples locations. They've been talking about this tracking stuff for years for *alleged* security purposes with borders and airports etc.
I'm a dick. Nothing really mean spirited or hurtful. But I do spend a ton of time dicking people off. Just doing stuff I know will aggravate someone. Maybe like moving something 2 feet sideways so someone can't find something. Or maybe humming something I know will get stuck in someones head all day and drive them bananas. Continually asking the boss the same questions over and over even though I know the answer.
Depends on what people mean by fashion I guess. I don't wear name brands or trendy clothes. And I do dress the same way every day. Always jeans, motorcycle boots, a garage shirt. More rockabilly than anything.
Clerks. The humor really hits home for anyone who's worked a mindless shitty job for any length of time. Clerks 2 just seemed to be an obvious cash grab. It went in a different direction and really didn't seem to have anything to do with the first movie besides the characters. Too much of a teen movie for me.