Hello there!

The Book of OI is a blogging website created on January 26th, 2017. So welcome!

I’ve always wanted a platform to share thoughts/reviews/websites/videos I find interesting without spamming social media. So when I was bored with $38 to spare, Vwalah! This site was born.

The title itself, The Book of OI, has nothing to do with the contents of the site. It’s a combination of a brain freeze at the URL checkout & a continuing joke amongst elementary school friends. What started out simply as an obsession with the phrase “oy vey!” & nick-names for things, branched into the creation of an entirely new language combining Spanish, English and homonyms to produce abbreviated words representing entire phrases. So we refer to the nonexistent book of OI as a potential future manuscript on our “languages origin”. Lame, right?

As for myself, the solo author to this potentially unread blog, I’m your black-and-white Joe on the exterior: a suburban grown millennial foodie who’s currently a full-time medical student who enjoys studying / traveling / blockbuster movies / (xbox) video games / meeting new people / health-fitness / and daytime walks on the beach. On inside (insert batman reference) I express what I hope are a few unique colors as I thrive on humor, I constantly have to keep busy (a “couch potato” day does not exist in my world), thrive off fast-paced emergency medicine, enjoy southeastern asian music/culture and YouTube technology/car vlogs (which is the reason this website even exits)!

I would like to credit of this website to 2 people: WordPress for providing this easy/affordable website & TJ Hunt (YouTube Vlogger) for saying “Whatever you want to do in life, just do it!” enough times to finally make this dream of mine a reality. So thank you!

If you’ve made it this far it’s probably because you know me personally so thank you for the support. 🙂  My goal with this website is to simply have fun with it! It’s always been a dream and I can finally check it off my bucket list! If my website does nothing more than convince my single theoretical reader in Azerbaijan Asia (using Google translator) to get off their couch and…

…”just do it!”