What do I think it's like to be a teenager? No curfew, maybe. Bossy, where they boss you around a lot. But not everyone. I think it might be hard, kind of just dating and having to go on a bunch of parties and dances and school you get a lot of homework. I think it's pretty hard to be a teenager. A lot of people might not think it is, but I think it is. I'm not really looking forward to much, but I'm looking forward to getting a phone, getting to be able to date, stuff like that.
So I've probably been stranded at Meijer’s. Well not any, ok stranded -- I don’t know if I would call that stranded, but I've probably been like lost at, what's it called, Meijer’s like a thousand times. And how I got back from that situation. My mom would go, with no type of embarrassment, she would go up to the office thing and she'd say, oh can you please announce to the whole store, my mom is looking for me in the front, and I'm like, oh my goodness like it was so embarrassing. I mean even as a child it was so embarrassing. But, you know nothing, yeah I've never been stranded anywhere like lost. I could not honestly see my parents like losing me or having me get into a situation where I would get stranded. But yeah, I’ve never been really stranded before.
If you had a friend moving to Michigan from a warm place, how would you prepare them for a Michigan winter? Oh, man. When I was in high school we had an exchange student from Brazil. She was about half a year or a year older than me. She had never seen snow before. So we bought her a nice winter jacket. You know, they seem expensive at first, you know, two or three hundred bucks if you buy them new. That's an investment, that's – that’s keeping you warm. And of course gloves and hat, scarf, boots, the boots is another potentially pricey item, you know, it's up to your discretion how much you want to invest in that. But my, what did my exchange sister, I'm trying to remember what we called her. She called me and my sister host brother, host sister. We're the host family. I can't remember what we called her. Mostly just called her Carla. Exchange sister I guess is a good name. But yeah, she’d never seen or touched snow before she was really amused that when you breathe you can see the steam come out. She was very amused by that and I'm very amused by that. She didn't know that snow was cold. She touched the snow and she goes, "it's cold" and me and my sister just laugh. And you know, how would you know, there’s probably tons of stuff about Brazil that I’m clueless about. That's kind of the idea, you know.
What was the last time I pulled a prank? Who did you pull it in? What did you do? Me and my brother are really big at doing stupid stuff to each other, and doing stupid stuff to our sister. I don't know. I like to laugh. I like to make jokes. I like to be stupid. I don't know, we've done a lot of silly things in times. I remember my favorite -- one of my favorites honestly, this was years and years and years ago, but my mom is such a big lottery ticket haw-- I mean just fiend about these lottery tickets. She buys lottery tickets and scratch card, you know scratches. And we bought the fake lottery ticket for her, the one that said she won $10,000 and we gave it to her for her birthday. Oh my gosh, it was so funny, but it's almost so funny, it was mean. Cause she -- she was like jumping all over and she’s like “Oh my gosh. I can't believe it! I can't believe it!” She's like yelling at my step dad, telling my step dad. My step dad's not getting excited, he knew. And she was so excited and she yelling -- and finally she just stopped, she looked at my step dad and she’s like, “What's wrong with you? Why are you not like,” -- and she goes, “uh it's not real, right?” Cause if you turn it over it actually says something like where to collect and it'll say like in your dreams or something, but that was really funny, but it was really really mean I would never do that again. Because I mean right now with money everybody is so like tied so tightly about money that just to do something like that would be just right, down right cruel, but it was quite a funny thing that we did. It was very funny. So yeah.