Prep Pulse: Kayley MainFebruary 26, 2013
Southridge, Senior, Basketball
Nicknames: Main, Camouflage Crippler
Number of text messages you send each day? too many to count
Who on your team spices up long, boring bus trips? Conversations with Monica Gil and Victoria Schaefer are always funny.
Oddest thing in your locker at school? a book of poems by Ogden Nash
What’s an irrational fear you have? getting an Achilles tendon clipped by a shopping cart
Everyone has a weird recurring dream — what’s yours? people are trying to kill me
If you were in charge of the world, your first move would be: make college free for every student
Favorite school lunch? country fried steak
What’s your coach’s most famous saying? “Get on the same page.”
How have you changed since freshman year? I’m cuter.
You are hosting a dinner. What three people, living or dead, do you invite? Jesus, Alan from “The Hangover” and Michael Jordan
If you could live anywhere, where would it be? Maui
I could waste hours upon end: drawing or painting
What’s on your bucket list? take a hunting trip out west, learn how to do taxidermy
Favorite teacher you’ve ever had? Steve Winkler, because his jokes are corny but hilarious.
What’s your biggest accomplishment, in life or athletics? being a part of the first sectional championship softball team in Southridge history
Least favorite household chore: all of them
Part about life after high school that scares you the most? paying bills
What’s your worst habit? arguing over unimportant things
Channing Tatum would have me at hello
Snooki is overrated
What do you look like in your most embarrassing early childhood picture? I have a frilly Christmas dress and a blond mullet
Time you sleep in until on the weekends? I usually don’t get to
Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas ham? Christmas ham
Toilet paper under the roll, or over? doesn’t matter as long as it’s there
Milk chocolate or dark chocolate? dark chocolate
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