Overall[edit | edit source]
Adrian Jantzi is a millennial man in his mid-twenties. He has diverse interests with a special focus on eurogames and mainstream rap music. He enjoys talking to people and often spends his time in the company of others. Some have falsely labeled him an introvert but he is extroverted to the nth degree and needs to practice being alone more often than he does. His intelligence is definitely above average and he can be quite witty. He spends his working hours as an engineer at Turbocam. He is most famous for his podcast and twitter account where he coined phrases such as, "Why do they call spay and neuter being fixed? Sounds more like they're breaking them to me." and "I was gonna eat this banana, but now why am I even living?"
Early Life[edit | edit source]
Adrian was born in the great state of Ohio where he later went to college but his family moved around in the first two years of his life eventually settling down in Lancaster County, P.A. He grow up with an older brother and two younger brothers. They got along very well. He has many friends from Pennsylvania and enjoyed his younger years almost as much as Ben Rector. When Adrian was finishing up college he didn't know what to do with his life. Until one fateful career fair Adrian met a representative from Turbocam and then, he knew.
New Hampshire[edit | edit source]
As soon and Adrian set his feet on NH soil, two facts clearly formulated in his mind. It was a lot colder and everyone thought he was an Amish man on his Rumspringa. But Adrian got to know some people and he began to enjoy himself. He and his roomates have a particularly strong bond, going on trips to both Miami Beach and Iceland. He currently has a podcast with his younger brother Austin called And When I Say... I Mean... Adrian has a good future ahead, if he could learn some follow-through, and all his fans can't wait to see what he will do next.
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