My name is Taylor Robison. I grew up in a small town in Wyoming and am currently a senior at BYU-Idaho studying business analytics. I consider myself to be an introvert, but I know that I feel the most at peace when I’m living in such a way that I’m regularly at least mildly out of my comfort zone.
My second favorite food is breakfast sandwiches… What is my first favorite food? Brownies—but only if they’re GOOD brownies! I’ve been delivered the expectation of receiving “brownies” before to find myself sinking my teeth more accurately into “thick brown bread” … brownies NEED to be chocolatey and my preference is for them to be SO chocolatey that most people will say that they are “too rich”. And don’t you DARE say that brownies “can’t be my favorite food” just because they are a dessert because dessert is just a subset of food—a simple case of another square and a rectangle!
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