We are five seniors at The George Washington University School of Business. Fed up with socially acceptable topics of conversation, we chose to push boundaries and create dialogue about the shit we don’t talk about.
If I Snapchat you, I’m probably pooping. While I’m the first to bust out a killer jazz square, I’m also the first to grab a beer with you if I notice you’re not doing well. My friends and family mean everything to me, especially when I can make them smile.
Some people called me a flirt. I never saw it that way. I just thought I was friendly. But…now I kinda get it. And I’m embracing it. I’ll talk to anyone and I’m happy to flirt with any pretty girl at the bar, or in class, or in line at Chipotle, or the cashier at Chipotle. Idk, everyone. But don’t let that fool you, I have standards!
Updating my iCal is my life, and an unorganized inbox keeps me up at night. I’m involved with WAY too many things, but that’s how I like it. People say that I don’t go out enough or I need to have more fun…but bring me a bottle of wine and put on good music, and I’ll end up on a table at the end of the night.
I surround myself with people who do the talking. If you need Netflix recommendations or a wine night buddy, I’m definitely free. I’m not the first one to speak, but I still have something to say.
The Social Butterfly
I’m friends with literally everyone. Not in a superficial way…I just know a lot of people! I add half an hour of “Stop and Chat” time to my walk to class. No matter how many new friends I make, quality over quantity is always the motto.
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