Taylor Hidalgo often misses so much when he only observes the broad strokes.
Taylor Hidalgo tires of the animatronic creatures, and longs to see a less robotic ride.
Taylor Hidalgo has always been the sort of child who got hurt finding alternative uses for playground equipment.
Taylor Hidalgo is a monster, but would more likely be in a Pokémon beauty contest than a colosseum battle.
Taylor Hidalgo feels that his behavior says a great deal about him, but most especially when he plays Patapon in public without headphones.
Taylor Hidalgo speaks too much, often saying not enough in the process.
Taylor Hidalgo will pick building blocks over outdated magazines any day.
Taylor Hidalgo lives in a cold uncaring world, but wants to care all the same.
For Taylor Hidalgo, it’s about the journey, not just the destination.
Taylor Hidalgo can’t tell a carburetor from a crankshaft, but knows all about the gears turning in stories.
Taylor Hidalgo goes bump in the night sometimes, but mostly when he falls out of bed.
Taylor Hidalgo is meant to feel like the bad guy, but insists he’s been framed.
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