Parker G.
Subscriber since: September 2014
Location: LA, United States
About Me
I am a diligent student. I love pursuing academic related endeavors. Yet, I would also consider myself an athlete. I enjoy running, ultimate frisbee, basketball, biking, as well as mountain biking. I would say that I am a pretty well rounded person. I plan to go to college, as I have been spending a good amount of my time lately looking at colleges. As for my plans for the future, I have no serious commitments at this time. Oh, I almost forgot to mention. I love the arts. I did theater throughout middle school, I have been doing photography for years, and I take AP Studio Art at my high school. I have been getting quite good and hope to be able to work on my painting and drawing skills during my free time this year. Last, but not least, I am the head of my schools Sci Fi and Fantasy Club, as well as the secretary for Political Science, and a member of the Key Club. I hope that this gives good insight into who I am.
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Favorite Word:

capricious
My favorite word is capricious because when I was in an SAT class we did word associations and this one kid said that capricious reminded him of Caprisun. His reasoning behind this was that sometimes he likes Caprisun and other times he does not, therefore it could go either way. At the time I thought that it was the most foolish word association I have ever hear, and I still think it is, but because of it, I am able to remember what the word capricious means.
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Least Favorite Word:

like
Like is a word that can be used to create a simile. I love similes. This is, of course, not my reason for having the word like as my least favorite word. The reason is that like has become a word that people use when they are unsure of what they are saying. And even if they are not unsure, they use like to make it sound as if they are unsure, either to seem cool or just to reassure themselves that they are not making a commitment to their statement. That is why like is my least favorite word.
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