I'm a third-generation Montanan and I've lived in LA for 6 years. When I meet new people, the first substantial question they are always burning to ask me is, "What ethnicity are you?" And how could you blame them? I'd ask myself the same question.
I've answered it thousands of times. What I've discovered, is that people don't really care that much about ethnicity, but rather where I grew up, what I believe in. I don't look like your typical third-generation American whose family has owned a cattle ranch in Montana since the 1800s. Yet I'm one of the most "American" people you will meet… and people find that fascinating.
I have chopped down a Christmas tree with an axe. I have worn a suit and tie to a Louisiana wedding (A very awesome wedding, btw. Good luck, Russ and Katie!), and I have done a keg-stand at a college party. I only speak one language (although I'd like to learn more) and I have a degree in Business. I actually prefer MnMs to apple pie. I grew up in a rural town... but I love media and technology, that's why I'm in LA. I fly back to Montana to visit about three times a year.
What am I looking for in a date? Well, chemistry is a hard thing to define and predict, especially from an online profile. The best way see if you have chemistry, is to meet someone is in person. But I'm sure you have some burning questions to ask me first… so ladies, be brave, send me a message, and let's get to know each other!