I am going to start this ‘About Page’ by talking about how I don’t like ‘About Pages’, even though I realise that talking about how I don’t like ‘About Pages’ on my ‘About Page’ potentially isn’t the best way to go about things.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have anything against ‘About Pages’ other than the fact that I don’t like them at all.
The concept of an ‘About Page’ makes me feel quite nervous.
I think this might be due to the fact that I associate the idea of telling people about myself with stressful situations.
When asked ‘Tell Me About Yourself’ in an interview, the average person will tend to formulate a relevant, well-articulated answer about how their past experiences have provided them with the skillset required to perform the role in question.
However, whenever I encounter this question, I usually find myself moving rapidly towards the verge of an existential breakdown.
Suffering an existential crisis at the beginning of an interview is not ideal.
It is difficult to answer consequent questions such as ‘Why Did You Apply For This Job?’ when you are unsure of the job’s existence in concrete reality.
This is that game that you play when you are with a new group of people and nobody knows each other very well.
You go around the group and everyone says an interesting fact about themselves in an attempt to kick-start the bonding process.
It is a commonly accepted notion that a ‘game’ is built upon the principle of fun.
However, I have generally found the levels of fun produced by the ‘Interesting Fact’ game are somewhat diminished when you discover that you are potentially the most boring person in the world.
No activity in existence is more adept at bringing you face to face with your own profound uninterestingness than ‘The Interesting Fact’ Game.
I realise that we are now a significant way into this ‘About Page’ and I haven’t really told you anything about myself other than the fact that I sometimes have Shreddies for breakfast.
However, as we all know, nothing tells you more about the core essence of a person than their preferred choice of breakfast cereal.
So I’m going to move on to talking about my blog.
‘Some Words That Say What I Think’ was the result of an incredibly original series of thoughts.
Surprisingly, ‘Some Words That Say What I Think’ mostly consists of words.
However, I have also decided to illustrate the blog.
People often say that a picture has the ability to speak a thousand words.
This is a beautiful saying.
However, in this case, it is completely irrelevant because most of my pictures also have words on them.
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