I grew up in New Jersey but was born in Massachusetts. I do know what exit I am from but hold the New Jersey jokes, I can almost guarantee it's better than most other states (judging NJ based on what you saw on the Jersey Shore or from Newark Airport is like judging Ohio based on that time you drove through Toledo).
There's also that fear of hurdles -- I eventually got over it.
I lived in Missouri, Texas, and Maryland when I was in the Army. I headed to DC for law school when I decided that I didn't want to have a family in a profession where people tried to kill me.
I usually take steps to avoid elevators.
My dream job was always to be an NFL punter. Strange, you think? Oh no, it's not. You can do it forever, no one can hit you and there's infinitely less pressure than the place-kicker. Well I never played soccer and I'm more of a linebacker than a kicker, so naturally I decided to become a lawyer.
I was also once hit by a pine cone but that's a sappy story.
I want to remember how to throw a boomerang -- I'm sure it'll come back to me eventually.
I don't think there's any moment that can't be answered with a quote from Archer, It's Always Sunny, or an animated GIF. Also, sarcasm solves everything.
It also stresses me out that I can't underline, bold, or italicize the text on this site.
Some lists of things I like so you can judge me:
Books: The Count of Monte Cristo (no movies have done this justice) Once an Eagle (Myrer) Matterhorn (Marlantes) To Kill a Mockinbird (reread this as an adult, you won't regret it).
I also like reading books about phobias but I'm afraid they won't help me.
Movies: Glory Gettysburg When Harry Met Sally Forgetting Sarah Marshall Philadelphia The Lion King
Shows: Archer Law & Order reruns The Office The West Wing Modern Family The Daily Show. Also any show that Netflix lets me watch multiple seasons of in a row (I may--let me emphasize "may"--have watched some of Gossip Girl).
Music: I'm going to go ahead and list what I would consider some of my top ten songs of all time . . .
Stoned Love (The Supremes)
Big Machine (The Goo Goo Dolls)
Easy Tonight (Five for Fighting) One (U2) Leaving Town (Dexter Freebish)
The Tracks of My Tears (Smokey Robinson & the Miracles)
Meaning (Gavin Degraw)
Welcome Back (Mase)
Mexico (James Taylor)
Life is a Highway (Tom Cochrane)
I'm a high school dropout. But no, I do not have a GED. And yes, I am a lawyer. I have also dressed as Nancy Grace for Halloween. That is all.