THINGS I GOT AWAY WITH
- •When I was in preschool, I decided that sharing a bathroom with my little brother was beneath me. When my parents refused to build me my own, I took matters into my own hands. I made a "pee room" (a bucket) in my closet. I got away with this, but quickly came to my senses.
- •Once in middle school PE, we were told to run a mile. It was drizzling outside. I told the coach that I had a rather extreme allergy to rain. "It's the acid. You know. From pollution?" I still can't believe that worked.
- •I dropped out of high school in the ninth grade to move to Los Angeles to act. (WHO LETS A CHILD DO THAT?!)
- •I went to teenage traffic school when I was 17. The teacher went outside to smoke a joint with all of the kids. When I didn't join in, he told me I didn't have to come back to traffic school. He signed my certificate and told me not to kill anyone on the road.