By Kyle Wong, Staff Writer
I am Kyle Wong, a staff writer for the AHS Hook. I am a sophomore and this is my first year in the Hook. I’m just your average Joe that writes, reads, studies and somewhat speaks.
You can occasionally get a word out of me if you talk to me but I tend to just wave back if you speak to me. Most of the time when you see me, you’ll see that I either work on a packet of worksheets or I’m mass typing on a keyboard. You may think “Wow, he’s a hard-working nerd” but I can ensure you that you’re wrong. I am nowhere near hardworking. In fact, I procrastinate alot and so much to the point that I could probably be working on a homework assignment 10 minutes before the assignment is due. I’m as inactive as the doorway to block busters. You may be wondering: “Kyle, what do you do if you’re inactive and procrastinate on all your work?” Well, that’s a secret. I do have some positive traits about me. I can survive without my phone for 5 minutes (maybe not 6) and I’d like to think I’m pretty good at a staring contest but that’s about it.
As someone who gets anxiety for missing a meal, food is the love of my life. I can wake up from a coma to the smell of a $7.99-large-two-topping pizza from Pizza Hut, you can count my life on it. But I believe it’s time and it’s safe to say that mushrooms are worse than pineapples on pizza. If you manage to hand me a mushroom, I may need to stop being your friend. But otherwise if you ever see me in the hall and greet me, I’ll nervously greet back.