Ok, Paul. Challenge accepted.
I will actually, eventually, post a full introductory “about me” kinda post so you can all learn a thing or two about a me or three. But for now, JUST to keep me in motion, we will go with a take on Paul’s suggestion.
I’m not much of a fiction writer, yet I can delve in and get as personal as you like.
In middle school we had a class we were forced to take called “Career Development.” I assure you that the class was anything but. We had a teacher that we called Mr. Griz. Short for Mr. Griswold I believe? (Paul can correct me if I am wrong.) Mr. Griz was an unconventional sort of teacher. Mostly, he sat in the front of the room reading the paper while the class was having their own little free for all. Sometimes he would stand in the hallway with the baseball coach/history teacher and rate teenage girls on who had the best hickey. On other occasions we would play the game, “Ask Mr. Griz.”
Side note: He called me “Lowercase e” from middle school all the way through high school graduation.
Ask Mr. Griz was a question and answer game where Mr. Griz would hand out small slips of paper to everyone in the class. You were supposed to write down a question. Any question. No rules or restrictions. The game was also anonymous, no names on the papers. After so many minutes all of the slips of paper would be handed to the front of the room. Mr. Griz would then sit on the edge of his desk and tell you in full detail about his group sex experiences, and how kissing a smoker is like licking an ashtray. The eighth grade was wonderful, and rather informative. Welcome to “Career Development.”
So, perhaps none or you are reading this. Perhaps no one cares. For anyone who is, you have an open invitation to … ask the maz.
What is it that YOU want to know about me? What is it that you just want to hear me spout about? What topic would you like to engage in with a jackass like me, who was educated in a school system that had a Career Development class that discussed the sexual history of the teacher?
One, two, three … GO!