FabianS

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I'm a student at East Brooklyn Community High School in Brooklyn.

My name is Fabian Santana. I’m nineteen years old and was born on May 31,1993 at Brookdale hospital. I was born at 1:30 am. My mother’s name is Yvette Santana, and my dad’s name is Fernando Farrell.I have 4 siblings, My oldest sister Justina, my youngest sister Makaila, and my two little brothers Eric, and Kareem.As a kid I attended ps.183 which was in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

When I was in public school I kept myself engrossed with activities like Basketball, and Football. My favorite out of the two was Football. The reason why I Transitioned into Football was because I was fascinated with running around, I had amazing stamina, and I liked the way the ball looked when you threw it in a spiral. ultimately my Football career ended because, I sprain my ankle in a street game. The pain was so bad that I told myself I wasn’t going to risk my ankle being sprain ever again.

As a kid I loved eating food. Besides playing football and basketball eating was ecstatic.
I liked many different foods, like Pizza, Oxtails rice and peas, and Chinese food. I was a chunky kid so eating was a main priority for me. If I didn’t eat anything for the day I would sit aside of my mom with my lips poked out and she would know I was hungry because, that was my “I didn’t eat anything for the day” face. I was so greedy that I would even eat my younger sister’s scraps. Everyone in my house would say “dang fabe you greedy” and I would say “and you know this man”(Smokey from Friday’s voice).I enjoyed my food rampages.

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The first time I tied my shoelace | THE FIRST TIME I TIED MY SHOE LACE! When I was immature I never knew how to,but always wanted to learn how to tie my shoelace. My mom and older sister would always tie my shoe for me. One day I... Added on Friday, October 12, 2012 - 10:30, with
America and the impacts of ancient Greece | Ancient Greece made a huge impact on America which is evident even today. The ancient greeks helped to lay the foundations of art, literature,theater,math,science,architecture,engineering and... Added on Friday, October 12, 2012 - 10:16, with
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