Well, first of all. I am from Los Angeles, which is still my home, and I go to school in Boston, I am a business major. To be honest, I'm a bit of a strange person, I'd be lying if I told you I wasn't. I really enjoy music and some select sports, soccer has been a recent interest with the Champion's League going on. Dogs not cats, but only because I'm allergic. I like to think I'm pretty smart, but sometimes I feel like a pretty big doofus. I'm a habitual spiller and will only trip up stairs when there is a flock of cute girls around. If I like you, it'll be pretty apparent, and if I don't you probably won't be able to tell. I talk about myself and my interests way too much, but only in person, so please don't hesitate to tell me to stop.
I was adopted at birth from a family with unknown religious background by my two amazing parents, who I love more than I can even begin to describe, and brought up Jewish. At the age of 10, an Orthodox Rabbi and a family friends Bar-Mitzvah told me I wasn't Jewish because I'm adopted. I told him that since he isn't my Rabbi, I don't have to listen to him. I may not get a chance to go to Synagogue enough being in school, but I still know my Ve'ahavta by heart.
Can I stop now? I really hate writing "About Me's"