For the first 21 years of my life, I thought I was an athlete. I was a baseball player at Louisiana State University. I realized I sucked, though, about mid-way through my sophmore year. I became the towel guy: player in the dugout who swings the towel, sparks his teamates and incites energy from the fans. That was me. That was when I knew my future was outside the lines.
I started writing short stories, cataloging weekend escapades of both myself and my teamates. The stories would be posted in the locker room; everyone would read and everyone would laugh. That's how I started writing and that's how, in my humble opinion, I knew I was good at it. But, after college, I took a sales job in the petroleum industry. That is what I have been doing for the past three years. It's not at all bad. I work with great people and I get to travel. But it's not my passion, and I miss writing.
I have no experience other than the stories I wrote in college and the stories I have written recently. Any oppurtunity to write comedy is what I'm looking for, searching for. Again, I have no actual experience; I have never been paid to write. But I have never tried. I'm funnier than you. Whoever you are thinking about hiring, I'm funnier than them too, I promise. I have samples of my work, my stories, if you want them. As aforementioned, any oppurtunity to write comedy and humor is what I want. I'm not really sure how to go about it, so I'm going rogue and just putting out the vibe.
Please do not hesitate to contact me. I'm really funny, and my prose is pretty good too.