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Who Am I?

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Will Schupp

on 27 August 2015

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Who Am I?
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."-Dr. Seuss
I am William Andrew Schupp. I am, or at least claim to be, a jack of all trades, even though I am really not. In all seriousness, I try to be as good of a person as I can be in everything I attempt, but sometimes I fall short. Ironically enough, I am very tall. I am also very cocky, but only subconsciously. I try to be as humble as possible in any given situation. I'm not one hundred percent sure of what my classmates think of me or if they think of me at all. Despite the saying that the only person's perception of you that matters is yourself, I truly care a lot about what other people think of me. I don't want to come across as a stereotypical asshole, so I do try to, for the most part, treat others the way I would like to be treated.
One of the things that you guys should know about me up front is that I like food. Food is very good. No, but seriously, I was born an introvert and have molded into more of an extrovert. Despite that fact, I am shy around strangers. However, I am weird and outgoing amongst my friends. Ah heck, who am I kidding?! I am actually pretty weird around strangers. Unless it seems like the person just hates me, I try to be friendly and social towards them. I am both cocky and humble. I try to be a perfectionist. Ironically, despite the more social person I have molded into, I was diagnosed with social anxiety disorder in the fifth grade. The anxiety does still affect me greatly today. For instance during athletic competitions or during social events of all kinds, it might spring up. I have extremely thick skin. If you plan on making me mad, you better give it your best shot, although I wouldn't recommend it. I don't have anger issues, but maybe just a couple of lose screws. Above all, however, I am very, very competitive, even if it's over the most ridonculous thing.
I have great friends. I take pride in the fact that I have good people and friends (some are quite eccentric, not going to mention any names) that surround me in every corner. I also take pride in the fact that I am both a student and an athlete, so I get to deal with a variety of different people on a daily basis that make me a better person.
I am straight outta Jefferson City, Missouri, but I am a Memphian.

A huge part of me is my sports fanaticism. I love all sports, except golf (not truly a sport, no offense). Also, I feel like a big part of my personality centers around the fact that I live downtown. I feel like that is one thing about me that is extremely unique.
From 7:15-1:20, I am a hardworking student. From 1:20-3:30 or fourish, I am a basketball player. From then until on, I am either an employee, a weightlifter, or homework do-er. However, two things I always am and always will be are friend and family.

Real Family
I have four siblings, each of which are from a different marriage. Lucas (14, full blood brother) is a freshman here at White Station High School. Sam (12, stepbrother) goes to White Station Middle School. Sarah (7, half-sister) is a second grader at Richland Elementary School. Last but not least, Alex (2) is cool, but not in school. I have great, strict-but-fair, supportive parents and very generous grandparents. The home life is pretty swell, actually.
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