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BB23: Kyland Young
« on: July 01, 2021, 01:07:22 PM »


Kyland Young

Kyland Young
Age: 29
Hometown: San Bernardino County, California
Current City: Venice Beach, California
Occupation: Account Executive

Three words that describe you: Optimistic, dynamic, and engaging.

Favorite activities: Movies. Iím a HUGE movie fan, especially watching them at the theater. Popcorn is literally my favorite food, and I have a theater membership pass, which I typically use to see upwards of four movies each month. Also, games. Whether chess, escape rooms, football, or poker, I LOVE to compete in pretty much any type of games! And finally, trying new things! I love finding activities, sports, and places that can provide a unique and/or exciting experience. This attitude, (plus a whole lot of luck), is why Iíve been able to try skydiving, trapeze, surfing, sailing, magic tricks, slacklining, rock climbing, cliff diving, plane flying, car racetrack driving, skeet shooting, parkour, fire walking, axe throwing, and so much more! Having tried all these things, and always looking for new things to try, are also the reasons why I have so much trouble answering this question! ;)

Who are your favorite Houseguest duos? Those who became best friends in the Big Brother house or had a showmance?
I love the Hitmen! Derrick is one of my all-time favorite players, and I appreciated the loyalty and friendliness of Cody. Although I personally am not a big fan of Cody (Season 19), I did love his showmance with Jessica to the point I was excited to see him win his way back in to reunite with her, even if only for a short time. I also loved Tylerís double duos in Season 20: he had a showmance with Angela, (which I am happy to see still going strong), but he was most loyal to his final two deal with Kaycee. Iím a fan of well-rounded strong players and loyalty.

What are you most excited about living inside the Big Brother house?
I am most excited about playing the game of Big Brother! I donít care about being on TV, and I often forget about the fact there is a cash prize for winning. When I think about Big Brother, I get excited about the competitions and the social strategies that can help you win! I have always been good at building relationships and being persuasive, however, to have those things gamified in a way that I can be ranked by how well I do it, is like an injection into my competitive blood! I get goosebumps and a huge smile as I write this out and think about the Hunger Games-like dynamic of building trust and alliances with people all while being aware there is only ONE winner and you will have to turn on each other at some point. As a longtime fan, Iíve heard all the players talk about how everything is more difficult than they thought, but I love to be challenged, so that prospect only leaves me more intrigued!

What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house?
I think the most difficult part for me will be not knowing anything about whatís happening with my family. I am extremely close to my family! I lost my grandfather this January, and as the grandchild who was the closest to them, that was incredibly challenging. My grandmother is fortunately in good health and living in an elderly community center where she has lots of friends, plus a staff that is attentive; however, with her and my grandparents on my fatherís side all being in their eighties, it will be difficult not to worry about them. Also, with the closest of my four sisters living more than three hours from my mom, and my other sisters all living in different states, I am heavily relied upon by my siblings to see my mom as often as possible since they cannot. To not be in contact and available to assist them with anything for the whole summer is definitely something I can imagine getting to me on an emotional level.

What is your favorite past moment on Big Brother?
Iím sure this is a cliche answer, but itís hard not to be blown away by Danís funeral play in Season 14!! I remember watching that season for the first time a couple of years ago, and I was already aware of his getting second place in that season, and I remember watching the proceeding interactions and screaming out loud as I watched ďHow in the !@$* is he going to get himself out of this situation!!!Ē I donít only find it impressive, but it genuinely inspires me to the point of craving an opportunity to make a game move that just approaches such a legendary status as that one! Frankieís solo Battle of the Block win in Season 16 is another honorable mention that does bring me to tears, even in the rewatch!

What is your strategy for winning the game?
My strategy is to combine the subtle influence of Derrick, with Codyís charm, Danís strategic thinking, and hold back on showing how good I am at competitions until I have to (hopefully not needed until the end, like Kaycee in Season 20). I know that sounds like such a vague idealistic plan, but I genuinely believe that I have each of those attributes/capabilities I am describing. I have been studying the game and preparing mentally and physically to an unreasonable amount. However, I believe I have the restraint and tact to not give away that Iím as good as I think I will be. Iím well aware this all sounds arrogant, but I feel like knowing this, and the self-awareness I employ in my life in general makes me feel this is all possible.

My lifeís motto isÖ
ďBeing realistic is the most commonly travelled route to mediocrity.Ē
ďDestiny is obligated by universal law to concede to the demands of unwavering faith!Ē
ďGratitude is everything!Ē

What would you take into the house and why?
-My Black Panther necklace! Iím a huge superhero fan in general, but Tíchalla is a Black king of the wealthiest, smartest, and most powerful nation in the world. As a Black man, itís difficult to explain how significant that is, and how the necklace helps
me feel empowered and inspired to be a positive force and example to others.
-My bracelet that says ďUNREALISTIC.Ē I have not taken it off since I got it five years ago, because it reminds me of the motto I mentioned in the previous question (being realistic is the most commonly travelled route to mediocrity.)
-My favorite popcorn! If I canít watch movies all summer long, I would love to have my favorite snack that can help me go back to my happy place in my mind!

Fun facts about yourself:
-Iíve done two firewalks across coals/embers heated to more than 1000įF.
-I read all the Twilight books (started in high school to have conversations with some senior girls who loved them, but finished them all because I got hooked).
-I have four sisters.
-I went to skydiving school.
-Iím pretty sure Iím a Jedi and any day I will be able to move objects using the Force.
-My favorite food is popcorn.
-I use a fake police badge to skip all the lines at Comic-Con since itís the only place where you can ďlegallyĒ pretend to be a cop.
-Iíve seen every Best Picture Oscar film of the last 20 years!
-I work for an app company that helps students find and win scholarships and other funds to help pay for their education.
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