I assume this monologue is just a rant that not many people will read so I’ll just go ahead and say that I wish I didn’t have to write this. If I based this monologue on my free writes it would literally end up being “Hi I’m Daniel. I’m tired and hungry and my hand is cramping”, so I won’t take that route. I’ll just talk about my experiences, both in college so far and before, but before I do that I’d like to answer a few questions some people may have: yes I am gay, yes they make Uggs for men, yes I can breathe in my skinny jeans, and no I do not curl my hair myself as that would take hours and sleep is precious to me. I went to a small high school where everyone knew everything about everyone else in the school and even in the surrounding schools. I guess you can say that I had a fairly comfortable experience in high school. I didn’t get bullied, I had many friends, I had a great relationship with most of my teachers and administrators, and I was heavily involved. It’s so different in college. While I do have friends in college, I’ve yet to make any friends for life. I’m enjoying most of my classes, with the exception of English and Philosophy, I’m enjoying the club I’m in, and I love the people at Baruch.
I could go into the specifics of my family life, but that would probably bore you since I lack any actual family problems, which gives me few talking points when meeting new people or writing monologues. Despite what my best friend Elizabeth says, I do have passions even if I don’t really know what they are yet, but I can assure you, they’re there. Rereading my own monologue bores the shit out of me so I hope whoever doesn’t get that same reaction, because I’ve tried so hard and poured so much of my soul into this (sarcasm). So I hope everyone has enjoyed reading this and has a wonderful day.