I was born in Anchorage, AK. then spent my first 16 years in Craig, AK. then moved to my dad's home town, Syracuse, NY. Until finally road-tripping out to CA to go to school to become a screenwriter, I fall under the description for an introvert... I'm a big TOOL fan, it's my favorite band, I have it tattooed on me... fair warning. I love basically anything that revolves around entertainment: Movies, TV, video games, music, comic books,
I'm not a strong speaker, people call it shyness, which isn't always the case, sometimes I just have nothing to say. But if the conversation is flowing, then no worries. I am trying to become a screenwriter, so I write when I can. But also try to put myself in social situations whenever possible, an attempt to un-introvert myself. I also like to draw on occasion, I'm pretty good at it, but only do it for fun. I'm terribly calm and can get along with most people, although I do some times put my foot in my mouth. But I see no reason to ever raise my voice, an argument can be discussed instead of screamed.
I guess I'd want her to have an open mind, this world can be pretty twisted at times and it can be difficult to look at some things with a clear head.
It'd also help if she was kinda nerdy :) Or would like to nerd out with me.
I strive for honesty and would rather hear the truth even if it hurts (a lie is worse in the long run)
Nobody likes arrogance, so if you're full of yourself, we're not likely to get along.
I try to keep chivalry alive, I've come across a few ladies who have shot it down.
... I feel like I should say that I'm pretty anti-religion, sorry, but it's all silly to me and I see no good in it. I was raised Catholic, but I'd rather look up to a good person like my Grandpa than a fictional messiah. A lot of people have died or been abused because of religion. I'm fine with you having your own beliefs, but if we were to date, there is likely to be some head butting... not literal head butting... It could make for a spirited debate or a source of friction.
Sorry for ranting about this, it shouldn't be important, but it is a concern.