Pooner Clark

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NAME: Pooner Clark

BIRTHPLACE: Idaho Falls, Idaho (home of the famous potatoes).

HEIGHT: 6’2″

EYES: Dreamy Blue with floaters

HAIR: Stormwater Blonde

PANT SIZE: Waist 35″ Inseam 32″ (It irritates Pooner that “Big and Tall” means “Fat”.)

Pooner enjoys enjoys Thai food, wonders why child-proof devices are no longer needed on lighters, and realizes you need to make a major investment in your shoes.

POONER LIKES:

  • Classic Rock
  • Breakast cereals with freeze-dried strawberries in them
  • Peanut Butter Cookies
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Chewy Candy

POONER DISLIKES:

  • Rap Music
  • Being called “dude” or “dawg”
  • Power outages (“I need my computer!)
  • Oily Gulf Seafood
  • Always being next in line when someone needs a price check or can’t get their debit card to work.

Picture courtesy of Yary Photography


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