Brandon Naff

Brandon Naff

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How old are you?
20, no longer a teenager! Scary!

What is the link to your website, blog, or myspace?
Sadly, don’t have one!

What is your height?
5’11″ sometimes I try to claim that I am 6 feet. But I am actually not. (Shhhh)

Do you have any siblings?
Yes – one brother and one stepbrother

Do you wear glasses or contacts?
I really should. I’m still trying to deny the fact that I need to wear some type of eye correction.

Do you get along with your parents?
I really do. My mom and stepdad are great and I work here with my dad!

What are some of your fears ?
SNAKES. And heights. And something breaking on my car.

What is a goal you would like to achieve this year?
Take a summer vacation. I haven’t been able to do that in a while.

What is your best physical feature?
So many to choose from. I don’t think I can pick a ‘best.’ They’re all so good.

What are your first thoughts waking up?
Why am I so tired?

In the last month have you drank alcohol?
Actually yes – I went to Canada and had a beer with my dad. (Drinking age in 19 up there)

In the last month have you gone to a mall?
Bellis Fair, obviously.

In the last month have you eaten a box of Oreos?
A whole box? No, in fact I have never done that.

Favorite Planet: Earth. Because I live here. And it supports me.

Favorite age you’ve been so far: 16 was a blast

Favorite Season: Summer. Out on the boat in the hot weather, you can’t beat it.

Favorite Number: 5. My jersey number throughout high school

Favorite TV show: HOUSE. Bar none. I absolutely love that show.

Watch me catch Ken Griffey Jr’s 617th homerun! (2009 Seattle Mariners season)

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