Hello gentlemen. Jeffrey here. I come from a batch of fellow Jewish boys from Long Island, though I am hardly the archetype of this mold. I wasn't a frat boy (though I did go to a Mid-Western University), hated sleepaway camp (though loved the Teen Tour summers), and don't let my mother guilt me into things (okay, who the hell am I kidding?).
To be concise, I am a 31 year-old fun loving guy who would do anything for one he cares about. I love to laugh and let laugh. I refuse to take the small stuff too seriously, but am prepared to handle the bad with a grain of salt.
I've done the relationship thing. The big one being nearly 9 years, which was hard, but has taught me an encyclopedia on what a relationship is and how to make it work.
Favorite things? Traveling all over the earth (one can never visit too many places), attending events such as theatre (can you actually believe there are masculine gay men out there who enjoy the arts? I like to think I'm one of them), tennis games, concerts, eating wonderful foods accompanied by a glass of superb wine (red).
I love romance and I love staying in on rainy days curled up on the couch watching an AMC flick and ordering in some take-out and just loving every minute of it. Then there are those beautiful, sunny days where I love to just walk around and purposely try to get lost to find new things in my neighborhood, the city or anywhere else I may be.
I adore music from the 60s to Symphonic to 70s to Nirvana to 80s to Rufus Wainwright to Opera My range there is never-ending. Though I will confess that Rap and Hip Hop are not my forte.
Let's travel. While I've been to many destinations, there are still so many places I've yet to discover. I truly want to see it all.
Let's eat. There isn't really any cuisine I won't do (that said, there are things within the cuisine i won't do). I wouldn't necessarily call myself a picky eater--just won't do beets, celery, water chestnuts, goat cheese and raw tomatoes (though I'll gladly eat em any other way once cooked!). The rest is pretty much golden!
As for living. I love NYC. It is my home ultimately. However, I march to a different drummer when I say that I am a New Yorker who has fallen in love with Los Angeles. After a few visits and living out there for about a half year for a previous job, I've determined that it is another place I can live and call home.
All in all just a good guy--we all have our strengths and our weaknesses, and I am not perfect, but I certainly am one you and, if it matters to you, your mom and pops would adore.
By the way, seriously--Of the 10 or so options they have in the "turn-ons and turn-offs" section, they choose THUNDERSTORMS as an option? Thank God they put that there as an option! I'd nearly forgotten how aroused Thunderstorms make me... (this is sarcasm. See? It doesn't well on text).