Jamaica Gleaner - - YL -

YL: What is your best friend’s most im­por­tant goal?


He wants to be an ar­chi­tect. For me, I would like to do any­thing in in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy or culi­nary arts.


Shamar is not sure what he wants to do. Ei­ther some­thing in IT or culi­nary arts.

YL: What is the most em­bar­rass­ing mem­ory you have of your best friend?


One day he was danc­ing while sea­son­ing chicken in my kitchen. It was hi­lar­i­ous, I even have a video. I am not sure what he would say for me.


The only one I can re­mem­ber right now is the other night when I slept over at his house and he was snor­ing the whole night. I got no sleep. He will prob­a­bly tell you about the video of me danc­ing and sea­son­ing the chicken.

YL: If you had to de­scribe your best friend to a po­ten­tial em­ployer, what would you say?


He is ath­letic, hard­work­ing, en­er­getic and very trou­ble­some, but worth it.


I would say that he is very hard-work­ing, ath­letic, he won’t cause any prob­lems so you should def­i­nitely take him on.

YL: Who is your best friend’s big­gest role model?


I am not sure, prob­a­bly Dexta Daps. I per­son­ally, don’t re­ally have one.


For me, Bill Gates. I don’t think Sham has one.



Po­si­tion on the Scale:

Good friends

Seems like Shamar and Akeno still have a few things to learn about each other. That is quite fine, as get­ting to know your friend is one of the most fun parts of a friend­ship. If you don’t know ev­ery­thing about your best friend now, don’t worry, you have the rest of your life to find out.

If you and your friend are in­ter­ested in tak­ing part in FaceOff, con­tact shan­non.amoy@gmail.com to bein the next is­sue.

Akeno (left) and Shamar are a cou­ple of smooth op­er­a­tors.

If you see Shamar (right) and Akeno on your road, hide the women!

“I can’t stop laugh­ing around him,” says Akeno (left).

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