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:
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.
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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).