Abram Boise. He did Road Rules and has reappeared on the network's Challenge series. You might have seen some of his ragey moments on the show. No? Take a look:
But I have checked him out on Twitter and learned six things from him - not ragey at all!
SOOO true! That's why if I ever have any doubt, I don't do something. That's your instinct telling you "NO!" No doubt? DO IT - just don't call me and ask for bail money.
I watched wrestling this week. Sure, it's well-choreographed and a bit silly to see grown men in manties rolling around on a mat, but it's probably a fantastic stress release! But I'm with Abram on this one. If, in real life, you walk up and hit me, you better be prepared for a fight. Even if I die, I will be collecting evidence for the police as I go.
children's book? That takes tremendous patience (and less rage and obscenities). I'm impressed!
I'm always a little intrigued by tattoos, since they usually tell a story about someone's life. I have not a single speck of ink on me (unless it's an accidental marking by a pen/Sharpie). I can't wait to wind up in the nursing home with all the tatted-up old kids so I can see if they remember what each piece of body art represents!
You know, the English language is tricky. Words can look one way but have a different meaning. It's hard enough for those of us who grew up speaking the language. Can you imagine how crazy English looks to people reading these tweets in other countries?