Hey. If you’re that person who would mix both quiet and hard-to-scare personality traits together, then I’m here. I’m Juan Carlos. Pleasure to meet you! Mostly everybody calls me JC, which is wayyy better. It’s a nickname, for “Juan Carlos Parco.”
So, if you don’t want to continue because my story is too long, well too bad… you’re reading it anyways.
6 Important clues about myself: Photography. Traveling. Grey. Tech Genius. Quiet. Drummer.
Before attending Thalun International School located in Myanmar, I was living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I studied at ISPP from 2014 – 2017 which was amazing. Soon after I moved to Myanmar, which was an incredible journey, including starting at Thalun International School as my first school in Myanmar. It’s amazing to be a part of it.
And yes, there is more to read. You should stop reading this and continue down because there’s nothing really important here except people trying to scare or startle me. -And I don’t get scared easily!
“Whoever is trying to bring you down, is already below you.”
Let’s see, my strongest abilities are catching and throwing, spelling, editing, cycling, being self-taught, being random sometimes, photography, imitating voices and accents, giving others difficult challenges, and my defense at arm wrestling, creating songs only with drums (or piano), memorizing the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, and controlling a ball well. (Hard to explain, but it’s possible for me to show it in school.)
God… there’s more. Lucky you, you won’t see it.
The songs that I enjoy are classical, reggae, (kind of) [re]mixes, piano, chill-axing music, classical, as well as classical remixes. And EDMS. My favorite song at the moment is The Neighbourhood – Sweater Weather.
My birthday is December 10, 2004, so I’m the fourth oldest in the 7th grade class. My zodiac sign appears to be a Sagittarius. My favorite colors are grey and purple, and I am quite quiet.
Just wait! Still a couple more things about me… I am a joyrider, meaning I ride my bike for fun, I like watching Bob Ross, and I enjoy making & editing videos.
But wait! There’s more!
I come from the Philippines, and grew up in Indonesia and Phnom Penh, Cambodia for eight years. (You can do the math to find out how long I was in Indonesia.)
Being with a Diplomatic family of three siblings including myself is [kinda] hard. Moving to different countries, leaving friends behind, and especially being the middle sibling is tough. Patrick, my 23 year-old brother streams live playing games. My younger brother, Sebastian who is now 7 years old, is
REALLY ANNOYING funny and good at arguing.
Okay. Last thing. I PROMISE MY RECAP IN A NUTSHELL IS FUN
If you want to know two surprising facts about me, (which nobody knows about, kinda): I can imitate other voices and accents. Yes, even a girl voice if you want me to. And I am a huge addict when it comes to military things. (Yes, I’m a gun nut.)
3 thoughts on “El Juan’s Life-Story In a Recap.”
Great introduction JC! It’s fun and interesting. Excellent image! I’m using your post as a great example of what to do for the other students still working on drafts.
Nice blog dude, you really have outdone yourself LITERALLY!
your blog wasnt boring at ALL