I like Los Angeles a lot and plan to stay for a very long time. I have a fantastic tech job at a movie studio and good friends that have similar interests: hiking, going to restaurants, cooking, concerts, and making fun of awful movies (if you've seen The Room, then you know what I'm talking about). I'm ambitious and love to take on challenges, especially in the arts. I like to make people laugh, but I'm not annoying about it. My sense of humor is sometimes a little sarcastic, but I typically have a positive outlook. I get along with most people that I meet, so long as they're polite and respectful. I love music enough to know that I'm a terrible musician, though my friends tolerate my guitar skills every now and then. I'm always up for an adventure and hope to learn to surf, rock climb, and scuba dive in 2012.
I'd like to meet somebody that's witty, energetic, and sweet. It would be terrific if she has a good family, because mine's very important to me (even though I don't see them as often as I like). I'm looking for somebody that's excited to try new things, like a new hiking trail or restaurant. This is kind of a new age-y way of putting it, but I hope to find a meaningful relationship with someone that has an energy that matches mine. Also, I don't have any drama in my life and I'm not looking to add any - comedy is the way to go.
A few stray things about myself:
- I'm originally from the Southeast, but I don't have a southern accent.
- I've travelled quite a lot within the US (lived in NYC and Utah before L.A.), but I've yet to make it out of the country. I hope to change that soon.
- I love sketch and stand-up comedy. Favorites are Louis C.K., Patton Oswalt, and Paul F. Tompkins.
- I've written and performed in many stage and film projects, but my job keeps me too busy for all but a few gigs nowadays.
- The only sports that I watch are Alabama college football, mostly due to mild nostalgia.
- I love classic films and documentaries, but I've learned to not bore my friends with them.
I'd like to hear from you if you've read this far and still want to know more. The winks are cute and encouraging, but an email would be much better.