Megan Johnson previously worked at the Boston Herald’s Inside Track, where commenters would leave sweet messages like "Megan Johnson is just awful." She now writes for publications like People Magazine, the Boston Metro, Boston.com, and whoever else pays her. As a child, her parents cut her hair short and an old man at the grocery store said “Move along, son.” She was also left on the school bus once. She is Boston’s premier scholar of Saved by the Bell.

Megan Johnson

Megan Johnson previously worked at the Boston Herald’s Inside Track, where commenters would leave sweet messages like "Megan Johnson is just awful." She now writes for publications like People Magazine, the Boston Metro, Boston.com, and whoever else pays her. As a child, her parents cut her hair short and an old man at the grocery store said “Move along, son.” She was also left on the school bus once. She is Boston’s premier scholar of Saved by the Bell.

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