I'm pretty laid back, but not in the "too cool for school," kind of way. From what I understand, I'm kind of witty and I know for sure that I'm sarcastic, but in a playful, fun way. I may seem shy at first to some people, but it’s usually not too long before I’m dosing out the full effect of myself. I'm open to talk about anything though.
I like talking to people who can talk about non-everyday things, or at least about usual things in an uncommon way. Sounds confusing, but if you've ever read anything like "Freakonomics," or have heard the underlying idea of it, you know what I'm talking about. There's plenty of other ways that's applicable, but I'm assuming you'll get the gist if you think along the same lines. Random trivia is a big interest of mine, so conversations with me can go anywhere and I won't think it's strange if we end up talking about dialects after starting on the weather. My overpriced phone isn’t used for much other than checking news, email and settling any bits of information that I can’t get off the tip of my tongue or settling arguments with friends.
For tv, I’m mostly into comedy, like along the lines of Adult Swim and Comedy Central, but I’m also into some programs on Food Network, History , Discovery and so on educational channel along with the everyday news broadcasts. My internet browsing is kind of split the same way between current events, education and random bits of comedy. I try staying in shape through sports and doing stuff I don’t like doing, like running, but my tv watching of sports is somewhat minimal. I'd generally rather go to a stand up or improv show than a sporting event, but I seem to know enough the pro leagues to retain my man card.
I love to travel and I'm real interested in other cultures. I was on the track team in college, so I got to see some random domestic places I wouldn't have otherwise and I’ve done a fair share of international travel too. There's lots of places that I've been and would like to go back to, but the way I see it, there's too many other places that I have to see before I die to revisit many before then… with Oktoberfest being the exception this year. I'm not dedicating my life to traveling to all corners of the world, but I won't be going back to Disney anytime soon and I’m trying to get it in, just in case I can’t later.
I'm really just looking to enjoy myself while I can. I don't believe in all that reincarnation business, so I'm trying my best to not live with regrets. I'm trying not to have a complete first draft of my autobiography, so if you have any questions or want to correct my grammar, hit me up, because I'm sure as hell not about to reread this whole thing. Peace out girl scout