/ something about you that will help your future roommate, Stanford Prompt 2
Virtually all of Stanford's undergraduates live on campus. What would you want your future roommate to know about you? Tell us something about you that will help your future roommate -- and us -- know you better.
THat is a Stanford's prompt, i think it's pretty popular. Here is my 1st draft, please feel free to tell me what you think.
Have you ever heard of Andrea Boticelli? Probably not. How about Sean Wayne and Chris Brown? Better? Don't worry, after one year with me, you will master the way of listening to random music as I do.
Aside from that unpredictable taste, any other thing that I do is pretty "tolerable" and easy-to-stand. First, I love to act and get everything done quickly. You will see that is a nice trait I have after several months not having to do the dishes.
I love to try opposite things, and though it makes me seem inconsistent, it totally fits into my philosophy: "Life is full of difficult decisions, why don't give everything a try?"
I love fairness AND inequality. Fairness is that everything, in my philosophy, should be shared equally. Inequality is that sometimes you will find yourself using the whole room for the entire week when I decide to move my stuffs to Starbucks.
I love sharing AND solitary. Sharing is that you can find consultation from me about anything, from Cal problems to your annoying laptop. Solitary is that once in a while, I will disappear for a few days retreating to a motel room trying to finish my term paper.
I love Casablanca AND Transformers. So if you catch me watching a Classic one night, don't hesitate to give me a call when you need company to the movie.
I am a big fan of environmentalism AND consumerism. I find great interest in buying strange devices and different clothes, but if you need a hand recycle bottles and newspapers, I'm in. I love fast car and want some day can buy one myself, but riding a bike along the beach gives me enjoyment as well.
Last, if you ask me about partying, everything I'd say is: "Follow the flow of life, and you will find where you should stand".
To know anything else about me, please wait until I have got admitted.
Thank everyone for reading.